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Old 01-17-2006, 11:49 PM
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need info on 31 plymouths

Thinking about making 31 Plymouth's into hot-rods, what type of frame would I need ? where to get info ? I have 2-door coupe & 4-door sedan, both are 90 & 75% restoration done to original look are nice the way they are, but thinking of making hot-rods. I was told original frames need to be boxed in.Is there some place to see what kind of frame would fit,looking for some info thanks.

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If the stock frame is in good condition it will be a lot less work to box it than swap to another frame. Check with PLYDO and other MOPAR sites on the net to see what upgrade parts are available for your model's suspension and breaks and then check back here with any questions.

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If the original frames are in good shape it is not that difficult to box them in, I have a TCI M11 I put into mine with posie springs in the rear with 10'' chevy posi rearend and a 318 for the push, they are great cars and will make great rods. Best of luck

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thanks for info will look for some sort of kit with a diagram or pattern will post pic latter.
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