1933 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan
This car has only 500 miles on the road and needs a new owner.
I built this car and put over 5 years of work in it, along with over $60k in parts and components to make this my dream come true, but now major medical issues have given my wife and I new direction.
Everything below is new and the best I could buy:
350/350 Chevy w/Ford 8 in. with 3/0 gears
Edelbrock carburetor & manifold
Pertronix billet distributor
Walker high perf. radiator
Bill's Hot Rod engine belt brackets
Ididit trans. cable shift
Earl's trans. cooler
Lokar emergency brakes
TCI brake plumbing
MP master power brakes
Fat Man IFS front end
Fat Man tubular control arms
Flaming River power rack & pinion sys.
Classic Instruments w / turn signal & hi beam lights
Ron Francis wiring
Air-Tique heat, defrost, & A/C
Specialty power windows (all 4 doors)
Hunley Acuff org. design running boards
Lacarra leather banjo steering wheel
All 4 door suicide locks
The front bench seat and rear folddown seat have been completely rebuilt with springs and padding.
Entire interior including floor boards, headliner and door panels have very been insulated with heavy foil/thermol added insulation.
The finish upholstery can be added by the new owner.
It's the only thing that isn't completed.
The price of the vehicle reflects the fact that the upholstery is unfinished.
All glass, rubber, chrome, & stainless steel is new.
Body is all steel w/ solid roof & one piece hood.
Chromed front & rear bumpers (not installed)
Custom made chrome spoke wheels.
Rock Valley stainless steel 17 gal gas tank.
Flowmaster exhaust system w/ functional cut outs.
Original design s/s radiator grill.
Click Here to view more pictures of the car and build.
In addition, there is a Wells Cargo fully enclosed trailer for sale that is set up with a winch and tie downs, specifically for the Plymouth that can be purchased separately, if interested.
Location: Grants Pass, Oregon
When contacting the seller, let them know you saw their ad on Northwest Classic Auto Mall.
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