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1939 Plymouth Pro Street Hot Rod Look At This! on 2040-cars

US $27,000.00
Year:1939 Mileage:0
Location:

Maybrook, New York, United States

Maybrook, New York, United States

 Note:  Power seats are included but there is no interior in the car as yet.  If the vehicle sells before I put an interior in it the selling price will be as per this sale on E-bay.  If I install an interior add $4000. to the price.  The interior when installed will be all leather and premium grade.

For your consideration is my 1939 Plymouth Pro Street Rod.  This vehicle has been a pleasure to build and is truly a street monster.  I’m tired of building show cars that I can’t drive, so the car here is a true driver….. cruise… go to shows…. have fun…  don’t burn up in the sun waiting for a $10 trophy.

Body:

This body has 51,000 original miles on it.  It is ALL STEEL. Hot Rod Black.  New Glass all around.  Custom work includes hidden door hinges, doors shaved, trunk shaved, new floor and rocker boxes.  The rear is tubbed and has an 18 gal fuel tank.  The firewall has been reworked and clean.  A single piece custom windshield gives great vision with electric two speed custom wipers and linkage assembly.

The nose has a custom made grill and vents.  The hood was originally side opening 2 piece but converted to a single piece opening from the front with latch and cable.  Also has hidden hinges on hood.

The doors have poppers as well as mechanical release and electric windows.  The trunk has been shaved and is cable released… all Bear Claw hardware.

The dash is custom with custom gauges, am/fm cd with mp3 radio and covered in black leather.  Tilt steering wheel with power steering.  Vintage Air.  The tail lights are custom flush mount and the headlights have been converted to seal beam.  Hidden turn signals.

The car is ready for interior.  I have chosen not to do the interior so the buyer may choose the design they wish and finish this project.  The interior is not part of the sale of the car.

Chassis:

The chassis by Fat Man and custom fit for this body.  The frame has been blasted and coated with black Emron.  4 Link System.  Competition Engineering rear housing and Wilwood Disc brakes.  Coil over shocks.  Drive shaft loop.  

Front End:

Mustang II power steering rack with chrome control arms and coil over shocks.  Disc brakes

Tire and Wheels:

Hoosier tires all around and American Racing Hopster wheels.

Motor Compartment:

Chevy 383 fresh build stroker motor.  Edelbroch 850cfm Carb and torker

riser and intake.  Billet Accessories, racing wire set.  Zoops billet pulley system and hi torque mini starter.  Motor is documented and dyno’d at 424

HP.  Custom made radiator and a/c condenser unit,  electric cooling fan.  Ceramic hugger headers.

Exhaust:

The exhaust is 3” flowing into a set of Cherry Bomb mufflers.  The is an electric dump set up on the exhaust controlled by a switch on the dash.



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