800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Seeing a 1933 Plymouth 5-Window Coupe is already going to attract attention just because of how few of these there are on the scene. But as you dig deeper on this steel-bodied custom, you'll discover nice upgrades like the polished suspension and rumble seat. So you soon realize this is far more unique than just its nameplate.
The all steel body is in fantastic condition, with the kind of fitting that can take home the trophies. As mentioned before, the Plymouth name alone will attract attention in the pre-war crowds, but you can also appreciate some great styling touches it brings. For example, when the fiberglass hood is in place, there is a great style line that starts near the headlights and runs all the way down the body until it flows into the rear. There's bright work in all the right places, including the tall waterfall grille, headlight surrounds, vented windshield frame, door handles, and the tubular rear bumper. It's all finished in an aggressive red. It's the kind of paintwork that looks like this car is meant to be driven, and the American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with an aggressive 15/17 front/rear stagger back up this impression.
Inside is a great custom cruiser attitude. The black vinyl has some terrific patterns as it flows over the dash, door panels, and low-back bucket seats. While most hot rod coupes are built for two, this one retains the extra cool rumble-seats. So this one is great for everything from parades to a night at the driver-in. No matter how many people are along for the ride, you'll appreciate features like the AM/FM/CD stereo, Stewart Warner gauge package, and a tilt steering column built for even tall drivers.
The engine bay is out for people to see, and that's for a very good reason. The shine from the valve covers, air topper, alternator, upgraded pulleys, and more makes this worth showing off. Beyond the flash, there's the substance of a Chevy 350 cubic-inch small block V8 that has been upgraded with pieces like a mild cam, Holley four-barrel carburetor, shorty headers, and rumbling dual exhaust. There's even an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help keep this package running cool even in traffic. As you look at the undercarriage photos you'll see some nice upgrades with polished components in the drop axle front, driveshaft, and rear suspension. Plus, there's also a three-speed automatic transmission and front disc brakes, so you can enjoy this street machine with ease.
If you're a Mopar fan or just a fan of being a little different, this awesome Plymouth is a head-turner with plenty of premium features. So hurry up on this distinct and irresistible hot rod. Call now!
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