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1935 Plymouth Rumbleseat Convertible PROJECT CAR Rod it or Restore it

Make: Plymouth
Model: Deluxe
Year: 1935
Mileage: 171,456
VIN: 1234 5678
Color: Black
Engine: Flathead six
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Rust
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Salvage
Item location: Belfast, Maine, United States

1935 Plymouth Deluxe Additional Info:

Location: Belfast, Maine, 04915
Mileage: 99,999
Transmission: Manual
Condition: Project
Exterior: black
Interior: black
Seller's Description

I bought this car in the spring 2017 for a friend of mine who planned to make a street rod, but he died unexpectedly soon after. I have a couple of antique cars alreadyto keep me busy for a few years, so I am selling it.

1935 Plymouth 2 door Rumbleseat Convertible FOR SALE.
It is one of only 2308 convertibles made, out of a total production of 327,448 1935 Plymouth cars made

(compare this to the 21,896 Ford 2 door convertibles made in 1935).
It is an Oklahoma car, and about 80 percent complete. The frame has been refinished, and the body remounted in it with new bolts. Some of the front end components have been refinished.
The body is rusted out in the rockers, roll pan, and bottom 4 inches of the rear quarters. Replacement inner rockers repair panels have been welded in place. The floor is solid, and rest of body is pretty good. There are old repairs on the front fenders, and there is some small rust out on the top center of the right hand door. The doors and the rear deck lid open and close well.

High quality replacement parts for the inner and outer rocker panels, as well as the rear roll pan, are available from theplymouthdoctor.com at a reasonable price.
The bumpers on this are are not 1935 Plymouth originals. Thre is no glass, interior, or top bows, but the side window frames are included The engine is stuck. The rear end on car is from a Chevy Nova. The steering column is not connected.

Set of 5 nice 1935 Plymouth wheels are also included.

This would be a good restoration or rod project for the dedicated Mopar fan. If you want to restore i, you should pick up a solid 1935 Plymouth sedan parts car for the many small parts that are missing or damaged on this car.

If you want to rod it, build it to suit your taste.

Either way, you will be undertaking a major project; but if you don't want to do this, find a restored or an already street rodded 1935 Plymouth and pay the going price for it.
But, if you want enjoy restoring or rodding one of the few remaining unrestored 1935 Plymout convertibles out there, this might be the project car for you.
Asking $11,900; price is somewhat negotiable.

Car is garaged at my camp in Freedom, Maine, which is 12 miles down the road from my home in Belfast. I'll help load it on your truck or trailer.