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Old 11-27-2006, 07:59 PM
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32 plymouth 3 window coupe

I have a 32 Plymouth 3 window coupe it looks chopped but I can not find where it was chopped. The winsheld is 7.5" back glass is 8". Some have said it was factory that way, It also has roll down back glass and rumble seat and suicide doors, Help!!!!!!!!!!

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try tom @ plydo.com
he is a mopar guy.
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Every 32, 33, and 34 Plymouth coupe that I have ever seen looks chopped....they did come from the factory looking like that. If one has been chopped.......you can usually do some looking and tell it.
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Take a look at the carnut site. Click on Plymouth and then choose your year. You will be able to see the difference between a chopped and stock top 32.

http://www.carnut.com/photo/list/flist.html
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The back glass height dimension you give could be a stock height at 8", but that windshield height is way short for astock anything in those days. Even 1/2 of a Model T roadster windshield is 10"!
If I was to guess I'd say the car has had a 3-4" chop.

You didn't get that body in the Houston area did you?
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After he looked at the carnut site Red River Kustoms PM'd me and said it is stock height.
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I have a 32 Plymouth 3 window coupe it looks chopped but I can not find where it was chopped. The winsheld is 7.5" back glass is 8". Some have said it was factory that way, It also has roll down back glass and rumble seat and suicide doors, Help!!!!!!!!!!

Your 1932 PB model is not chopped. All of the moPers from 32 to 34 have a look of being chopped. They are not and they have super strong frames and all steel bodies. Your car is original with the year Chrysler made the Plymouth with the smallest windshiels ever on the 32 Ply pb model. I have a convertible coupe Pb model and the small windshiled makes it look like the more expensive cars of that era. Also the whell base of the car is 112" and was powered by a four cylinder , however that was the last year ply/chrysler would use a 4 banger for many years to com. Any more questions on the mopar 32-34 just ask, I have owned several and prefer them over any Chevy or Ford for several reasons. Good luck with your project, Dave.
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Any more questions on the mopar 32-34 just ask, I have owned several and prefer them over any Chevy or Ford for several reasons. Good luck with your project, Dave.
Dave ... that is good info to know BUT he has not been back on this site since the day after Christmas in 2006.

As a Moderator here, I hope you visit us more often than he has.

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