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1932
Plymouth
4 Door Sedan
Stock # 3874-DFW
Engine 350 V8
Transmission 3 speed automatic
Color Red
Interior Beige
Mileage 28,096 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Mustang II
Rear Suspension Type Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Axle Specification 10 Bolt
Front Wheel Specification 16" wire
Rear Wheel Specification 17-inch chrome wire
Front Tire Specification 215/60R16
Rear Tire Specification 275/70/17
Options
Seatbelts (Rear) Power Brakes Power Windows Front Disc Brakes Tilt Wheel Leather Seats Heat Air Conditioning CD Player
Advertised Price
STEEL BODY! CHEVY 350 V8, TH350 AUTO, A/C, MUSTANG II, PWR FRT DISC, VERY SHARP!

Plymouth wasn't even the #3 automaker in 1932, but they were building some pretty neat cars that looked and felt more upscale than their Ford and Chevy competition. So, it should follow that to build a streetrod out of a 1932 Plymouth would result in a very cool car that stands apart from the usual rods that you see at cruise nights, and this awesome four-door sedan makes an excellent case-in-point. With a red hot paint job, leather interior, strong 350 V8, and A/C, this early Plymouth is the one to have if you're looking for a grand entry.

Upright cars of the '30s seem to make the coolest rods simply due to the clash between the ancient shape and modern design elements, and this unusual Plymouth keeps all that is great about the original design. It hasn't been chopped or significantly modified beyond the usual shaved hood emblem, front bumper-delete, and de-chroming, but it's instantly recognizable as something other than your usual Ford or Chevy. Finish quality is quite good, with the vivid red paint creating a striking profile that's still dignified on the handsome sedan bodywork. You'll also note the suicide doors and black vinyl roof, a couple nice touches that add a touch of class, ... Please ask for the full description.

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1932 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan
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1932 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan

$26,995
SOLD
Stock
3874-DFW
Engine Size
350 V8
Transmission
3 speed automatic
Miles
28,096 (Unknown)
Location
Fort Worth
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Description

STEEL BODY! CHEVY 350 V8, TH350 AUTO, A/C, MUSTANG II, PWR FRT DISC, VERY SHARP!

Plymouth wasn't even the #3 automaker in 1932, but they were building some pretty neat cars that looked and felt more upscale than their Ford and Chevy competition. So, it should follow that to build a streetrod out of a 1932 Plymouth would result in a very cool car that stands apart from the usual rods that you see at cruise nights, and this awesome four-door sedan makes an excellent case-in-point. With a red hot paint job, leather interior, strong 350 V8, and A/C, this early Plymouth is the one to have if you're looking for a grand entry.

Upright cars of the '30s seem to make the coolest rods simply due to the clash between the ancient shape and modern design elements, and this unusual Plymouth keeps all that is great about the original design. It hasn't been chopped or significantly modified beyond the usual shaved hood emblem, front bumper-delete, and de-chroming, but it's instantly recognizable as something other than your usual Ford or Chevy. Finish quality is quite good, with the vivid red paint creating a striking profile that's still dignified on the handsome sedan bodywork. You'll also note the suicide doors and black vinyl roof, a couple nice touches that add a touch of class, but they're subtle and the combination really works. The painted grille shell, custom grille mesh, and low-mounted headlights give the front end a unique look that's quite handsome, and the fenders and running boards are color-matched and integrated to provide a slick all-in-one look on this streetrod. It's also nice to see a rear bumper, along with the dual exhaust tips that just out just underneath it, and just check out that gorgeous oval rear window above. Cool, right?

The beige leather interior is nothing like what you'd expect but makes a dramatic statement in this rod. Custom bucket seats with super-soft surfaces are all-day comfortable and cool enough to be show-worthy all by themselves, and the matching rear bench has plenty of room for two or even three of your friends in a pinch. The door panels mirror the luxurious upholstery and the slightly darker plush carpets anchor the interior so it looks right. A custom dash made of solid oak adds further sophistication and refinement inside, and it's currently full of black-faced Stewart Warner instruments that give it a no-nonsense look. There's also a JVC AM/FM/CD stereo system in the dash and a modern R134a A/C that blows cold, so this cabin is really a great place to spend some quality time. A T-handle automatic shifter manages the automatic transmission below, and one look above reveals a beautifully sculpted headliner that ties the entire cabin together.

Power comes from a stout 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 topped by an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb and intake, and it exhales through block-hugging headers that feed the Flowmaster dual exhaust system below that provides just the right sound. There's nothing too radical going on under the hood, which is good because this is a car that was built to drive, but with a few dress-up pieces and a clean layout, it's always worth opening the hood at shows. There's a big radiator up front to keep things cool and a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission makes for easy cruising around town or on the highway. A GM 10-bolt rear end hangs on leaf springs with shocks that set the stance, and up front you'll find an A-arm setup with rack-and-pinion steering, and front disc brakes deliver impressive stopping power. Bright and staggered chrome wire wheels set it off and spin 215/60/16 front and 275/70/17 rear Goodyear radials that give it that cool rake.

If you're a Mopar fan or just a fan of being a little different, this awesome Plymouth streetrod sedan makes for an attention-grabbing combination that's hard to beat with any garden-variety Ford or Chevy. Rare birds and great builds like this never last long. Call today!

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Features

  • Seatbelts (Rear)
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Windows
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Leather Seats
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Player
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Red
Interior Color
Beige
Transmission Spec
TH350
Rear End
10 Bolt
Front Suspension
Mustang II
Rear Suspension
Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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