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1950 Plymouth Suburban Special, Full Restoration Finest In Country Restored on 2040-cars

US $46,500.00
Year:1950 Mileage:58000
Location:

Sherwood, Oregon, United States

Sherwood, Oregon, United States

1950 Plymouth Suburban Special

Full frame-off rotisserie restoration in 2007. Brand new interior, only been sat in a few times for a couple beach cruises. Everything on this car works as it should. All gauges work, everything works as it should to original specifications. Original tube radio even works as it was sent off and fully restored. This car is the "Special" edition suburban. There are two holes above the Suburban emblem on the fenders where the "Special" emblem should be placed. Only a handful of these were ever made. I cannot find the emblems, due to the rarity of the car, so the next owner will have the mission of finding those! Engine was completely rebuilt in 2007 as was the transmission. Every nut and bolt on this car has been touched. Restoration was done by the "Fenders & Fins Restorations" in the Seattle, WA area. Drives incredibly smooth. 58,212 Original Miles, two owner car. Clean title. I can help arrange shipping, I will only ship the car on an enclosed trailer for obvious reasons. For the right offer I may include shipping in the price as I have many reputable shippers that I work with. Please serious buyer only, these are incredibly hard vehicles to restore due to their rarity, be the only person at the next car show with this fine Plymouth Suburban. Thanks and have a good day!

Numbers Matching 218 Cu In Inline Six
Three Speed on the Tree
Full Frame of Rotisserie Restoration
Brand New $11,000 Interior
New Coker Whitewall Tires, Comes with Spare Whitewalls

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