800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is how to instantly standout in a crowd in all the right ways. Not many people have a 1935 Plymouth Deluxe sedan turned into a street machine, and you'll likely have a hard time finding another so well built with an all-steel body. With the speedy-looking exterior, custom leather interior, and mighty V8 power under the hood, this Plymouth is ready to turn plenty of heads.
Plymouths of this era had some of the best looks around, and this street machine really maximizes all the best details. It starts with the paint. This is an olive with a ton of silver undertone, so it instantly pops in every place the sunlight finds. That's the perfect way to highlight those swoopy fenders. Plus, the darker color gives a good contrast to the brightwork, so you get to showcase that extra-long waterfall grille. The frenched license plate, integrated central dual exhaust tips, and torque thrust wheels with an aggressive 17/20 inch front/rear stagger give this a great custom look. But it also doesn't erase all the classic details. You see the vintage look everywhere from the suicide doors to the leather roof cover. Our favorite mix of classic and custom is how you get the iconic Plymouth hood ornament up front and the full custom pinstriping package re-creates it in the rear.
Inside is a full custom setup. It starts with the two-tone tan and brown leather on the seats. This theme continues on the door panels, headliner, and carpeting making this a thoughtful and uniform build. More than just look great, this was built for comfort, too. There are terrific bucket seats up front with an armrest center console in-between. You have an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo, and custom lighting. You'll love slipping behind the chrome steering wheel on a tilt column, grabbing the pistol grip shifter, and watching the distinct Beede gauge package do its dance.
This motor is a central part to this custom build. That's why you can see it from the sides, and the air grabber is peeking out of the hood. When you really open it up to the world, it showcases a bright and tidy engine bay. Those Ford Racing valve covers reveal the true nature of the beast. It's a 351 cubic-inch Cleveland V8 what has nice upgrades like a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and shorty headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll see more evidence of a clean and custom build, including the tubular A-arm front suspension. Plus, with a three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and grippy modern tires, this classic Plymouth really has modern moves.
This is the street machine that has far more value than just being a rarely-seen Plymouth. So don't wait too long, or this custom creation might be gone. Call now!
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