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mike23
    
can anyone help me id this car?
ok my dad and i picked up what we were told was a 1932 plymouth 2 door sadan no title but i did find the serial # i think, it is 5312002 any help well be great ill have the pic uploaded later got it on my phone but don't have access to my home pc right now to upload it thx

mike
posted: July 16, 2009
 
    
 
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vintagecollector
    
Serial #s on a '32 Plymouth are located on the right front door post. They start with 168001 and end with 1758001. If it was made in Canada, they start with 9307951 and end with 9310965
posted:  July 17, 2009
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mike23
    
well that didnt help heres a pic of it any ideas?
posted:  July 17, 2009
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ericb
    
Looks like an 80's vintage F150.
posted:  July 17, 2009
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willis629
    
Looks like a great rat rod in the making
posted:  July 20, 2009
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magnaman
    
Dont have a clue, but I wish I had your problem!
posted:  July 28, 2009
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1five9
    
Mike, I have a 32 Plymouth coupe. From what I can see the grill, radiator shroud, front fenders and the lines on the engine cowling and louvers look the same minus the rust. So does the windshield frame. One detail of the 32's was an oval rear window. I'm not sure if that was U.S. specific. Hope this helps.
posted:  August 3, 2009
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fordsforever
    
I have a 33 Ply. Sedan looks like there are holes in the fenders where the headlights were. Mine is choped big time
I think it is a 33 Ply fender tell me that along with the grill but it's really hard to tell. Try and contact a Ply club there is one in NJ

Bob
posted:  September 10, 2009
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