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Discussion in 'Car Forum' started by lakota169, Dec 21, 2005.
1937 Plymouth Business Coupe.
I like it. How about an interior pic?
Interior is original and needs some work. Hopefully, this spring, I going to get the doors and headliner done. Has a 1950 flathead 6 engine and 3 speed floor shift. No back seat. Spare tire is behind passenger side of seat and shelves for tools is behind drivers side.
Now that's true old school. Sweet ride!
That's sweet. gotta love those big ole whitewalls. So what are your plans for it? Restoration, custom, resto rod?
Going to keep it pretty much like original. Only things not original are the 1950 engine and tne exhaust. Muffler has been changed to a dual-out pipes. This was done before I bought it, but sounds real nice. Doesn't sound like a 6 cylinder. Paint has some chips and scratches and has 1 tennis ball sized dent in LF fender. Wife says she feels like she is in a Bogart movie when riding in it. He drove one in the movie "High Sierra". We even have a working, crank-up record player (78rpm) that we keep in the trunk for car shows and cruise-ins.
My other car is a Hemi Magnum
Heh... my mom says that year/model was the first car she owned.
You won't believe how many people tell me...."My dad/mother had one just like that" or "I learned to drive in one of those".
nice.next restore the interior to match the origonality of the exterior.thats a cool ride!
Got a tommy gun to go with that bad ass car?
Too damn cool....