Cadillac and Plymouth
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58chevyguy  - June 30, 2010
Boy that Plymoth looks hot! By the way, that ain't no Cadillac!
metallicafan88  - March 6, 2010
the plymouth does look restored and if it is it should be inside!!!!!!!!!!!!
thecarsavior  - January 5, 2010
the plymouth looks like its been restored
barney57rlw  - October 1, 2009
what a jackpot this is.
53plypat  - September 12, 2009
I agree, anything postwar through the mid 50s shaped like an upside down bathtub. I picked up my 53 Plymouth coupe for $500 and have less than $3K in the whole thing. Had Maaco paint it after my bod work ($300) and Denver Spring did the rear leafers, otherwise all on me. We're having a lot of fun cruising and going to shows with it and that's what matters.
legratrodder  - September 8, 2009
This era of cars is my favorite. The thing is, these cars are still affordable in stock form. Often drivers can be had for reasonable money. With the whole rat rod craze, you don't even have to worry about paint and bodywork. Great cars. I had a '53 Chevy in college. I paid $25 for it and drove it for a year. I think I sold it for $50. Ah, those were the days.
53plypat  - August 20, 2009
Chevrolet and Plymouth, both 1949.
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Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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