As Ive mentioned numerous times, the best customs are that those seamlessly blur the line between whats original and whats been modified. And since this Plymouth muddies that line so well, youd probably need to park it beside a factory fresh car to fully appreciate all of its subtle nuances. The cars Medium Blue Pearl paint is a mile-deep urethane that has enough sparkle to power a small city, although the harsh lights of our studio come nowhere near doing it justice. In true best custom fashion, final assembly is vastly more precise than factory work and, as a result, all doors fit exactly, hood shut lines are even, and the cars deck lid is flush. And since this awesome Plymouth, which was a super-clean show-winning original before its latest transformation, has already won first place at the 2009 Detroit AutoRama, you can rest assured its 100% worthy of the phrase best custom. Most hot rodders wouldnt think twice about dropping some sort of generic small block Chevy under this Deluxes hood. But its infinitely more impressive when someone dares to be different, and the result is a 49 Plymouth street rod that actually carries its original 230 cubic inch flathead six. With that in mind, the inline mill is pretty far removed from stock, with a custom camshaft, a comprehensive bottom end rebuild and enough vintage speed equipment to open up a small museum. The transmission is a 3-speed manual with an overdrive unit, so it cruises easily at modern highway speeds. Theres a beefy Ford nine inch out back thats full of moderate 3.25 gears. And the final detail is those too-cool-to-be-believed spinner hubcaps that steady hand-painted checker patterns inside of 15 inch Michelin wide whitewall radials. If youre looking for a show stopping hot rod that features world class detailing and a vintage engine thatll knock everyone out, it simply doesnt get much better than this! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!
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