1933 Plymouth Coupe, MOPAR, Hotrod, Street Rod, Race Car
Price: US $29,000.00 Item location: West Chicago, Illinois, United States
- Condition: New
- Make: Plymouth
- Model: Other
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: 2 door 5 window Coupe
- Year: 1933
- Mileage: 0
- VIN: 000
- Color: Primer grey
- Engine size: Setup for Hemi or SBMopar
- Power options: Power Windows
- Transmission: 727 RACE
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Custom
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1933 Plymouth OtherCar was originally built to compete in Goodguys Fasted Street Rod Class.Redneck composite body, 1 of 7 made. The BEST glass cars ever made. Lightened. Custom hidden door hinges by Redneck. Super strong body. No warping or shrinkage like typical fiberglass. No resin smell.
I think the car weighed 2400# with a Hemi with aluminum heads.
100% double frame rail funny car style, powder coated, chrome moly frame and double funny car cage, was certified to 6.50 (now expired, none use) Likely still good for that class.
Strange Strut front suspension and disc brakes, rack.Mark Williams Dana 60 w/ Detroit Locker, 4.10 gear, disc brakes
Chrome moly 4 link and wishbone.Mark Williams CM driveshaft and billet yokesJVX, 727 Race trans with brakeCoan Special 1200 HP converter.Hemi/BB Mopar front engine mount, mid mount
SB Mopar side engine mounts also.
Koni rear shocksBillet Specialties tilt wheel, SS steering shaft and U jointsGriffith Aluminum radiator with built in AC condensorPrecision shifter with trans break switch
82 Corvette seats.Fire Suppression.Chute release, chute mount.Dual adjustable master cylindersCustom interior- Durable Tour bus fabric, Porsche floor carpeting.Wheel wells widenedFirewall modified with sandwiched steel insertBogart billet wheels (extra light)Tires are new but will need replacing. Sitting over ten years.Remote power windows.All safety glass except no windshield or rear window(make one from Lexan)Custom Pro Mod spoiler which is held on by 6 rivets at the moment (removable)5" race mufflers and turnoutsEverything is new just never completed.Have over 60 thousand invested in todays dollars.Cage has surface rust from sitting in the garageBody and cage are still removable from frame for painting underneath.
Heim joints and bolts have rust on them also.
Frames has a few rust spots in the corners where powder paint can't get.
Components will need disassembly, cleaned and some pieces repainted.