213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
A cool two-door classic that's fully built with slick paint, a loaded A/C interior, and serious V8 power...all wrapped in Mopar-level rarity! This is the kind of complete custom build that leaves you wanting for nothing.
This car has a terrific classic style. These were similar to the pre-war Plymouths, so the style is pure Americana. Of course, the Midnight Blue Light Metallic paint instantly lets everyone know this one is more than just vintage. It has a modern clearcoat luster that the factory could never give you, but now it brings a whole new dimension to the classic curves every time the sunshine finds the sheetmetal. Contrasting the color but matching the radiant look is all the brightwork in the wraparound chrome bumpers, sharply-pointed grille, and the full-length trim that even incorporates the door handles. And the classic Plymouth sailboat hood ornament is always a great piece to have leading the way.
The interior is quite fresh and thoughtfully finished for a vintage look. After all, you'd expect the same kind of striped cloth upholstery on a factory 1940s machine. And the door panels and dash have a cool Art Deco look. Even the AM radio is still cranking out the tunes! So at first you might not notice well-integrated upgrades for worthwhile features, like power windows, a CD changer, and cold-blowing R134a air condition. The banjo-style steering wheel is on a tilt column, and the Lokar floor shifter is an artful touch. Even the upgraded VDO gauges have a classic look. Of course, the large tach on the dash is a dead giveaway to something special under the hood.
A cool custom Plymouth like this deserves a strong Mopar powerhouse in the engine bay. This 360 cubic-inch V8, and since it's a younger (2005) crate motor, it comes from the high-performance generation. Plus, it has been upgraded with a mild cam, performance intake, and Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor. It's a true quality build everywhere you look, including Speedway aluminum radiator, ribbed Mopar valve covers w/matching air topper, and the fuel cell and Optima red top battery in the trunk for better weight distribution. The Torqueflite A727 three-speed transmission is stout enough to handle the power while also providing easy automatic shifting. Plus, power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and modern tires on this nicely staggered REV alloys make for a great driving classic.
Complete with build receipts and maintenance records, this is the sleek, loaded, and powerful custom you've been waiting for. So don't let it end up in someone else's garage. Call today!!!
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