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Old 05-13-2010, 02:15 PM
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1937 plymouth grill ???

Looking for info on a grill thats been sitting in my garage for to long. I think it is from a 37 plymouth ???? Is it worth the price of paris or should I make a lawn ornament out of it.
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Old 05-13-2010, 06:35 PM
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Its only worth what someone is willing to give you for it. Ebay it or post on hemmings and see what happens. I'm pretty sure they don't make reproductions so somebody will want it.
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does appear to be '37 Plymouth.. solid useable grills from late 20's- late 30's cars go from anywhere between $50-500 and sometimes more on Ebay, excluding original '32 ford grills which bring much more.. being '37 plymouth is sorta popular. it might bring $2-300 in that condition
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I just saw a 37 chrysler grill go for $250 on ebay . put it up for sale and see what happens.
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I'll take it.
Just paid $550 for alumicraft
sure could use that center trim tho.
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Ahh. seems like a shame

Thank's for the input my fellow hot rodders. A fine garage ornament it will be.
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IS this grill for sale ?
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I thought this one was a 37 I must have been wrong or the grill was changed.
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Looking for info on a grill thats been sitting in my garage for to long. I think it is from a 37 plymouth ???? Is it worth the price of paris or should I make a lawn ornament out of it.

Hi
Yes that certainly looks like a 1937 Plymouth grille, would you also have the emblem that sits on the middle painted finished strip?
I could not increase the size of the picture, so I am somewhat guessing.
The 1938 is similar,but the 37 has crome on each side with a plain metal strip down the middle this centre piece fits in behind the body painted front finished piece that splits each side of the crome strip sections.
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I would like to buy your grille Names Bob, Just bought a 37 coupe and the grille is in poor shape please let me know what your asking Thanks 702-565-9155
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Plymouth Grille

Would you like to sell your grille? If so I'm interested names Bob from Nevada 702-565-9155 Have a 37 I'm restoring now grille on mine is pretty beat up.
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