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1940 Plymouth, It's time!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by SlmLrd, May 3, 2011.

  1. That is one sweet looking machine. Great work and congrats
     
  2. powhatan42
    Joined: Apr 26, 2011
    Posts: 148

    powhatan42
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    Nice job indeed, it is great to see these cars finished! Enjoy your ride!
     
  3. tooslow54
    Joined: May 6, 2005
    Posts: 929

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    Nice car! A friend of mine sent me a pic from a show as I used to have a '41. Also saw it in the West Coast Kustoms calendar.
     

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  4. 64Kaddy
    Joined: Jun 3, 2011
    Posts: 130

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    from SoCal

    Damn! I need to get one of those calendars.. unfortunately there are only 30 days in March 2015
     
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  5. 64Kaddy
    Joined: Jun 3, 2011
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    Picked this up this weekend at GNRS Pomona. Looking good! 1940_ply_HOK.jpg ekend at GNRS! Looking good!
     
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  6. SlmLrd
    Joined: Oct 27, 2007
    Posts: 988

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    from DAGO

    Car is for sale. Gotta fund the new build! [​IMG]
     
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  7. Mick Coyne
    Joined: Aug 12, 2008
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    Good find!
    My first car [1963] was a40 Plymouth 2 dr sedan, got it for $15, had a blown head gasket.
    I was 16 and lived in Daly City, Ca; towed it home with a rope.
    I built a baby hemi for it a Dodge Red Ram but Dad saw those huge valve covers and said no way.
    So I had to stick with a 6, bummer.
    I built a 59 Dodge flathead six, Edmunds Custom intake with 2 carbs, Fenton cast iron headers [dual exhaust], Weber cam, Mallory dual point [NOT SHOWN], bored, shaved head, etc.
    Sold the baby Hemi, sold the sedan around 1965, bought a 39 Plymouth coupe.
    Now have a 30 Ford pickup with a Blown sbc and a 4-speed, and a steel 41 Willy coupe with a Blown 468 Chevy, Gasser style.
    Been driving the 30 for 50 years and the Willys for 24 years, 1940 Plymouth 1.jpg 1940 Plymouth 6 pics.jpg '40 Ply.jpg 1940 Plymouth 2.jpg 1940 Plymouth completed.jpg 1940 Ply overseas.jpg
    Mick
     

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