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1932 Plymouth PB Street Rod



Small Block 283 ci V8

Three 2 Barrell Carburetors

Muncie 4 Speed

Mustang Front Clip

Ford 9" Rear End

4 Link Rear

Rack and Pinion Steering

Power Front Disc Brakes

A/C and Heat

Auto Meter Gauges

All New Chrome

Excellent Paint


This car is being marketed by us for it's owner in the Houston area. The great photos and video were taken by the owner's daughter. I did not personally see the car. However I spoke to a good friend of the owner who builds cars and he gave me as much information as possible. He knows the car and is driving it in the video.

Street rods are as individual as their builders, no 2 are alike. This car was tastefully done. The interior was nicely done and is not over the top. The contrasting white piping gives it detail and the suede headliner looks great. There is only one thing we noticed, and that is the steering wheel. It is peeling a bit. Other than that, I would say the interior is in very good condition.

The engine compartment is clean. You can see in the video the three carbs, believed to be Rochesters, are not all hooked up. It's just running on the center one at the moment. This is common because a lot of guys have a problem keeping all 3 in sync. The engine still has it's original exhaust manifolds and not headers.

We only have a few shots of the undercarriage, but it looks very clean. The car does not appear to have any rust and looks to be a very solid car.

This is a great car for the first time classic car buyer or the couple who has grandchildren that want to go along. It's also nice enough to win at any local show.

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