1932 Plymouth Model PB
This is the most solid unrestored convertible I have ever come across, very little rust and absolutely no door sag, not even a fraction of an inch. The floors, doors front fenders, hood, splash aprons and left rear fender are all solid and straight, The right rear is a very good quality fiberglass. The deck lid and the panel below the deck lid came from a coupe and the deck lid has had some rust repair work done at the very bottom that should be visible in the picture. Grill and grill shell are in very good condition. The worst rust is in the right quarter just behind the passenger door which I have made a picture and the driver side has a smaller area also pictured. I have a new patch panel for the passenger side. Car runs and drives good but it is a four cylinder so I have just been driving it on city streets because the car and I are both too old to be out on the highways with the way people drive today. It has been converted to 12 volt and has Model A tail lights and halogen headlights for safer driving. I have most of the original parts to convert back if you wish. The car is missing the top irons and both bumpers but I do have the window regulators and window frames for the door glass. Non original wheels have brand new tires with less than 200 miles on them. I have a set of top irons I bought for the car that are not the correct ones but someone with a little talent might be able to customized them to fit.