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STK 2591 1932 Plymouth Model PB Sedan Delivery
This retro 1932 Plymouth PB 'Sedan Delivery' received a total restoration including a broad range of mechanical enhancements in 2008. According to historical records, Plymouth may not have produced a PB 'Sedan Delivery' in 1932, so we do not know if this MOPAR left the factory as a sedan delivery, or if it was converted from a 2-door sedan at a later date. If it was in fact converted, it was a beautiful job and is currently North Carolina titled as a 1932 Plymouth Sedan Delivery. The all-steel body was carefully prepped and refinished in GM Garner Red with accent strips. The hood and fenders were also reshot in 2018. (Caricature/name decals on the upper side panels are removable.) Horsepower is furnished by a 350ci GM crate motor with aluminum intake, dual-line Holley performance carb and shorty-tube headers to a free-flow stainless exhaust. The entire ignition system including distributor, coil and wiring has been recently upgraded and cooling is managed by a heavy-duty radiator w/electric fan. Behind this mighty-mouse sits a GM 700R4 automatic w/manual OD switch. This PB sits on a nicely detailed frame. A Mustang II front end supports rack-and-pinion steering and leaf springs mount a GM S-10 differential with street gearing. Power disc/drum brakes have been installed and polished Cragar Street-Pro 15" chrome wheels mount Kumho Solus radials. The luxurious interior features beautiful saddle-tan cloth seating w/power driver seat, A/C, tinted windows/locks and an AM/FM/CD stereo system. A stylish wooden dashboard incorporates a full set of Classic Instruments gauges, tilt column and wood wheel. All electrics have been enhanced to facilitate a 12V alternator-based electrical system. Look at the photos again - this handsome Plymouth 'Sedan Delivery' street rod will soon make one new owner very proud. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
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