Wednesday 8th August 1934
The 1,000,000th Plymouth, a DeLuxe 4-Door Sedan, was produced. Mrs Ethel Miller of Turlock, California, who had purchased the first Plymouth in 1928 and still owned it, drove her car to the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago, where she exchanged it for the newer milestone car. The building of the One Millionth Plymouth in just six years of production had set an industry record. No company had ever built one million cars in as short a time period as had Plymouth. It had taken Henry Ford twelve years to build a million—and rival Chevrolet had taken nine years.