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1936 plymouth tudor cabriolet custom street rod unfinished project

Make: Plymouth
Model: Custom
SubModel: Streetrod
Type: Tudor cabriolet
Trim: Streetrod project
Year: 1936
Mileage: 1500
VIN: 1936
Color: Black suede
Engine: 340
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Grey
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Des Moines, Iowa, United States

1936 Plymouth Custom Streetrod project Additional Info:

1936 Plymouth street rod unfinished project. Started as a 99% rust free tudor. Steel removable hard top. 1970 340 6 pack, 727 automatic. Mustang front suspension, 8" ford rear. Ron Francis wiring. Vintage air heat and ac (not plumbed). VDO gauges, lokar shifter and brake. Power steering and brakes. Power windows (need glass), power deck li, power remote door actuators. Good (not too loud) exhaust tone. Too many body mods to list. Finished in dp epoxy primer, doesn't show fantastic as some of it is sun faded, plus picked up a some dings and scratches from garage carelessness. Otherwise the bulk of it is ready for final block sand. Proper, current title and registration. Drive as is-finish to your liking. Driven locally but hasn't had enough shake down miles for me to say drive it home if you live out of state. Have a couple other projects closer to my heart so this one has remained unfinished. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions.
Answers to some email questions:Yes, this is a fully driving car. Approximately 1500 miles locally driven, haven't had it on the interstate much farther than 30 miles at a stretch so not confident in saying drive it home across the country. Titled as a 1936, not special construction or other. 6 pack was new from mopar performance, not a 50 year old rebuild. Engine was completely gone through. Complete exhaust, side exits with custom tips. Windshield installed, have plexiglass templates for side and rear but will need glass cut. Poly fuel tank. Master cylinder and booster under floor. Frame and suspension painted black acrylic enamel. Body black ppg dp epoxy primer. When I was posting the ad I didn't have a current picture handy with the top off or the hood sides on so posted an old photo in mock up stage. Hood sides have stainless trim.