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Projects 1932 Plymouth pb coupe.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by duanevanzandt, Dec 13, 2013.

  1. duanevanzandt
    Joined: Dec 13, 2013
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    duanevanzandt

    I have been build an all Mopar street rod for the last three years now. I have spent a lot of time tracking down Mopar parts to make this coupe a nice running ride. Finding all the right parts to built my 1970 340 six pack was a challenge but I finally was able to get all the right stuff. I have a lot of work still to get her finished but it has been coming along great. I installed a 70 challenger rear end and a 70 challenger 727 trans. I was able to find a 1934 Plymouth tube axle and got the disk brakes working great. The only thing left as far as running gear is the shocks. I should have them installed by summer. I will be posting more pictures as soon as I get this forum figured out better. So glad I found all you guys to talk with. Duane Van Zandt

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  2. PB,,not pub,,just saying. HRP
     
  3. duanevanzandt
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    duanevanzandt

    Dang.....I should have check it out before sending. Thank you buddy. I will get better at this....

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  4. Back in the 70's I had a friend that had a '32 PB coupe and he had a 340 from a Duster,,he used the tranny and rear axle.

    There were not a lot of hot rods around at that time and most guys thought it was a chopped top '32 Ford. HRP
     
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  5. Love it. These Mopar coupes look wicked tough and those 3X2s look great in there. Leave the hood sides off to show it off.
     
  6. chickenshift
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    There was one almost identical to yours at the street rod natiionals in springfield mo about 2 years ago. Had been an old hot rod in the 50s and had just been pulled out of its slumber. I fell in love with it.. I have pictures of it I will have to dig up and post. Even the same color but different motor and interior...
     
  7. ezdusit
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    Duane,
    That looks like a great All-Mopar coupe. I've logged many thousands of miles in a PB coupe and they can't be beat. Welcome to the HAMB...
     
  8. mikeallcars
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    sweet ride brother
     
  9. duanevanzandt
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    duanevanzandt

    Thanks a lot guys. This is an awesome club. I wish and hope we can all get together at the Mopar nationals. Soon.

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  10. ...doc...
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    nice,..I hadn't been on here in a couple years, I get on here and see this! great looking build
     
  11. hallrods
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    hallrods
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    Welcome from Wisconsin
     
  12. Nice Plymouth! Keeping it all mopar makes it even better.
     
  13. exterminator
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  14. A good friend of mine has this 32 coupe. They are awesome cars to hot rod. Good luck with yours and welcome aboard.
     

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  15. bostonhemi
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    Welcome. Love what your doing with it.
     
  16. dustdevil
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    from illinois

    Nice pb, own one myself. Still collecting parts for mine. good luck!
     
  17. notaford1
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    from webster ny

    Nice car...I see the steering column is also Challenger..you must have had a nice complete parts car.
     
  18. farmer12
    Joined: Aug 28, 2006
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    Great looking car!
     
  19. Great choice for an engine. Came back to the world in 68 (Army) and bought a 68 Barracuda w/ a 340 4 speed., loved the car. Welcome to HAMB
     
  20. r.l.r
    Joined: Dec 5, 2006
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    I like where you are going with this, I really like the fact that you went all Mopar. That is the way they should be.
     
  21. ..are you sure this is a 32?,...looks like 33-4, didn't think they had 5 windows in 32 Ply
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  22. notaford1
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    from webster ny

    It's a 33/34 with a ...YAWN.....32 Ford grille
     
  23. ...that's what I thot,...looks kinda like a 32 Ford frame as well?
     
  24. notaford1
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    from webster ny

    Yep..looks like a 32 frame..probably has a small block chevy to round out the anti-mopar package
     
  25. filthy frank
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    that looks like a thirty three plymouth on a thirty two ford frame ! not sure about the grill ?
     
  26. chickenshift
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    chickenshift
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    Its a 34 plymouth the windshield posts have more of a rake than a 33 plymouth
     
  27. chickenshift
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    im looking forward to the build on this 32. love these old mopars
     
  28. chickenshift
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    Here are pictures of the 32 Plymouth I mentioned earlier. They must have made a lot of them this color, ive seen four different ones the past couple years...
     

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  29. fordv8
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    fordv8
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    from California

    Great looking car! The six pack looks awesome.
     

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