Anyone want to identify
What is this year/make/model of potential hot rod buried in the snow.
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oldtimerider  - December 25, 2010
Snowmobile!!that was a good one.Had a 36Ply coupe but never a 40s of any brand so anything with that little to go on would sure be a guess for me.Wait my old eyes are in a strain looking at the wheels.Is that six lug?If so not a Ply as they had five lug even back in 1936.Chevy had six I think till 1949?
29truckguy  - March 29, 2009
You are all`s a snowmobile.....LMAO
rustynail1o2  - December 18, 2008
NO! wait! it's a hudson Terraplate! 36-38! i'm possitive! look at the white hudson about 4 pics over! notice a resemblance?
rustynail1o2  - December 18, 2008
sorry 41-48 or something like that.
rustynail1o2  - December 13, 2008
its a ford. 45-48 ford. agree?
53plypat  - November 22, 2008
55Merc, I believe you are correct. I've seen P15s torn down and recognize the firewall and rear wheel opening without the fenders. Dodge (D24) is a bigger car. These are cool 4 doors, rear are suicide. There was one for sale near Buena Vista, Colorado a few years ago asking price $1500 (field car).
55merc  - November 20, 2008
I'm NEW! I saw this pic and had to register. I know what she is. A '46-48 Plymouth. I also thought a dodge of the same years but after further examination my 28 year old eyes say it's a plymouth. Any one agree?
55pickup  - July 23, 2008
hard to say with all that snow but would love to see more pics from back and front might help...
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Created: Apr 18, 2008 By: oldride
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