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Old 05-05-2013, 06:11 PM
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34 plymouth, 4 dr, suicide drs, and it has the longer hood with the 2 vents on each side that open. What kinda street rod would this make? I really like the frt end and grill. It has a pretty solid body and is pretty much all there, including motor and trans and running gear. It even has the spare with cover mounted on back. Would the eng, trans, frame, spare tire kit on rear bring anything moneywise to get some of my money back? It appears to have a plywood floor, and you would have to weld the roof up where the big opening is. Glass would have to be replaced, that's no problem, but where do you get all the rubber for the seals, channels etc? The guy is going to call me with a price but I'd like to know what I'd be getting into. Any input would be appreciated, I know nothing about these older plymouths as far as replacement parts.

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Old 05-05-2013, 06:19 PM
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There are quite a few parts available for those..not quite as easy as a Ford but doable..as far as making money we do this because we enjoy it..That car would make a good resto rod..

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