BLOWN 392 HEMI W/DUAL QUADS, QUICK CHANGE REAR, 4 WHL DISCS, COILOVERS, UNIQUE!
We love seeing cars from the 1920s get a new life as cool hot rods, but most of the time they are a Ford or Chevy. That's what makes this 1929 Plymouth 3-window coupe so appealing. It fits in perfectly with this crowd but still stays unique. Best of all, it remains Mopar faithful right down to the supercharged 392 Hemi V8 under the hood.
That's real decades-old Plymouth steel you can't take your eyes off of. It's in fantastic condition, with the kind of fitting that can take home the trophies. But the body is only part of the equation. The distinctive Plymouth front end stands out even further once people start to notice the custom frame. It makes for a sporting line at the front bumper as it tapers upwards, and with the body channeled over the rails, it allows for a low stance with a great forward-leaning cab. And speaking of aggressive, nothing says "fear me' better than those super wide rear tires.
Inside is the perfect mix of vintage components with plenty of fast and fun flair. The full brown interior with matching carpet, door panels, and button-top seat could all pass for original, except they feel far fresher. It's a similar case in the trunk where the covered gas tank and batteries are subtle hints at how custom this car really is. A more obvious piece of the custom work is the full length sunroof, which not only is great for driving, but also when you're parked, it helps people really see the original style dash. But from the moment you sip behind the banjo-style wheel, you can tell this classic coupe was built for serious business. The B&M ratchet shifter with Hurst handle and auxiliary gauges are great ways to keep you connected to what going on with the motor. And that's a good thing, because that big V8 is the first thing you see out of the windshield.
Hot rods from all makes often utilize Chevy small-block power, but this one has refreshingly stayed all-Mopar. While that's a great story to tell people, they might just already be mesmerized by the sight of the big 392 Hemi V8 that's been topped with a dual Holley four-barrel carburetors and a Weiand supercharger. Add in the massive air grabber on top and the Mickey Thompson valve covers, and this is one impressive package that has both shine and substance. And it's even backed up with the right components – everything from the fresh belt to the electric fan. Sanderson headers feed a Flowmaster dual exhaust when you want to go for a cool cruise. But when it's time to make other cars feel your massive power, just remove the cutouts, and let the side pipes roar with thunder. A build like this is all about having the right components to back up the monster motor, and so a stout three-speed automatic feeds a quick change rear end. And making sure those massive 29x18 Mickey Thompson rear tires are sticking to the pavement, there's a three-point suspension with adjustable coilovers. The final piece to this total package is a set of four-wheel disc brakes for the ultimate in control.
This is a unique hot rod with an interesting story to tell. If you're a Mopar fan or just a fan of being a little different, this awesome Plymouth has all the right investment to be a showstopper. It's an unbeatable combination that won't last long in our showroom. Call today!!!
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