1952 Plymouth Cranbrook. Named after either the city in British Columbia or from Cranbrook Drive in Detroit near the Dodge main plant. The Cranbrook was offered in a Club Coupe, Convertible Club Coupe, Sedan or Hardtop Coupe. It was manufactured from 1951-1953, however, only 368,000 were manufactured in 1952, compared to the 550,000 in 1951 and more than 400,000 in 1953. Interesting Fact: The car was designed to allow drivers to sit upright while wearing a hat. Had a low and sleek design.