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10-22-2001 11:51 PM
K.C. Brandau I have not chopped a 39 plymonth, But I have seen a 1949 marc chopped and I have chopped A 49 chevy also A 1935 Ford 5 window coupe. I don't believe any chop is difficult it just takes a lot of time and effort, On the 49 chevy I did suicide doors it did not cost me a dime just labor, and you need to sit back and judge what exactly you want to do and how much chop you want. If you would like to talk about this further just email me at
10-18-2001 06:14 AM
39 plymouth sedan chop

Has anyone chopped a 39 plymouth sedan? I've been considering one but from I've been told it's not easy.Just tossing the idea around. Thanks, John

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