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Technical 1933 Plymouth ??

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by The37Kid, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. The37Kid
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    A good friend sent this to me to ID, sure looks like a 1933 Plymouth. If it is what model and information do you have on it. Thanks! Bob 12662544_1071239579605697_9184172766843740085_n.jpg
     
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  2. Budget36
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    I agree,

















    It is the Babe;)
     
  3. careyohio
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    1933 PD model ( early 1933 PC model had a shorter wheel base and a chromed rad. shell with the "Flying Lady " cap bolted to the shell ) Wood spoked wheels were an accessory.
     
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  4. The37Kid
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    Wood wheels were just about out of favor at that time. Do the tires look like General Jumbos? Bob
     

  5. i once read that Babe Ruth had almost as many, speeding tickets, driving violations and car wrecks, as he had home runs. true or am i thinking of someone else?
     
  6. careyohio
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    Standard wheels were 17 inch by something like 4.25 or so. Tires on that car do look kinda " FAT "
     
  7. Yes, they look like General Jumbos, but on the stock wheels.
     

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