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1934 plymouth street rod (862 views) Share |
05:47 pm, 22 January, 2020
Asking Price: $18,500.00
For Sale: 1934 Plymouth street rod. Very good restored condition. All steel. Brand new Chevy 327ci/300hp motor and dual exhaust system, both with NO MILES on either. The bright yellow paint is in great condition. It has a 3 speed GM turbo hydromatic tranny and a mustang II front end. Power steering. Very good tires and brakes. The interior is in great shape, but can be changed to suit your taste. It's currently a brown velour. The only thing needed is to clean up some wiring that is under the dash. I was going to re-wire the whole car, which is fairly easy considering how few wires there are. However, i'm not home much and just don't have the time to do more to the car. It has won several trophies at local shows. The vinyl part of the roof is also in very good shape. I'll put a brand new battery in it for the buyer.I also have a car cover for it and some spare parts. This is a very sharp car that turns heads wherever it goes! I need the cash too, so make me an offer! You won't be disappointed . Thanks for looking and if youd like more pics, just let me know.
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