4610 Pet Lane
Tampa , Florida
Distinct, custom, and an all-around attention grabbing presence that's what attracted you to this 1951 Plymouth Custom 2-Door Wagon. But when you check out the powerful V8 and thoughtful details, you'll soon realize this is a cool and coordinated classic that has everything you could ever want for quite a nice price.
This one started life as a Concord Savoy Suburban, but this classic is a long way from its stock presentation days. The chopped profile instantly lets everyone know they're in for something special, but there's also a ton more work that goes into creating an award-worthy custom like the one you see here. There was a small fortune spent on the bodywork to make it ultra-smooth. And now it also includes custom elements like the frenched headlights, expertly deleted trim, and the louvered hood. The custom white paint has a great metallic element that really pops in the sunshine. And the stripe on each side is a real attention grabber as it shifts color on its way down the body. Plus, have you noticed how the metallic grey in the stripe matches the custom painted grille? It's just another reminder of how thoughtful this total custom package is.
You're instantly attracted to the deep red interior as it almost radiated from within the white exterior. This 1950s machine has been given a full custom setup. That's why you have a nice wide driver's seat with a fold-down arm rest for individual comfort. Not only does the pattern on the seats match the door panels, but with a coordinating red on the dash and headliner, too, your instantly reminded of how much thought when into creating this custom Plymouth. A car like this has plenty of room to share with family and friends, and the AM/FM/CD stereo is there to keep them entertained. There's even the space to carry plenty of tailgating supplies. But you don't have to be social in this custom if you don't want to. After all, once you slip behind the Grant GT sports steering wheel and hear the growl of the exhaust, nothing else matters.
We love to see proper Mopar power in a classic Mopar machine. The 340 cubic-inch motor is already a strong powerhouse, and this one has been upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, finned Edelbrock valve covers, and a large air topper with Mr. Horsepower boldly reminding you this is a fine V8. Plus, there's an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to keep it running cool. This fires up nicely with a sweet rumble that exits just in front of the rear wheels. The Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission is the perfect mix of stout components and in an effortless package. Plus, with an upgraded front suspension, power steering, and power brakes, this custom Plymouth knows how to cruise with ease.
You'd expect to pay a ton more for something this unique and finished to such a high standard. So hurry up and grab this custom Plymouth before someone else realizes how great a deal this is. Call today!!!
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