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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by chevsotolac, May 20, 2017.

  1. chevsotolac
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    Went to a junk yard yesterday that I stop at once in a while....he specializes in foreign cars, but always has some USA iron laying around....found this special one someone should rescue...Plymouth has title....all questions should be directed to-

    European Auto Salvage
    2785 Richlandtown Pike
    Coopersburg, Pa. 18036
    610-346-6678
     

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  2. tfeverfred
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    That gauge panel is interesting.
     
  3. 2935ford
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    Like that Plymouth gauge cluster!
     
  4. BuiltFerComfort
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    I think the Plymouth is a 35.

    The grey and rust sedan is 39 Chrysler.

    Last one is 65-69 Corvair 'vert


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  5. smithke
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    A few more shots from the trip. The Dodge and the Buick also have titles. 2017-05-19 14.20.41 (2).jpg 2017-05-19 14.43.05 (2).jpg 2017-05-19 14.43.17 (2).jpg
     
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  6. chevsotolac
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    Looking at the hood, the Ply. is a 36....35 & 36 used the same body...48 Buick fastback....53 dodge 2 dr
     
  7. The Plymouth is definitely a 1936.
     
  8. UNSHINED 2
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  9. scotts52
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    Aww man, why does it have to be so far away. I've been wanting a 36 Plymouth coupe for years. I'd be willing to bring a sedan home though.
     
  10. nice Medowbrook.....
     
  11. Model A Vette
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    Taillights on Corvair are 1965 but they get swapped a lot.
     
  12. mopar362000
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    I purchased the 1936 Plymouth 4dr sedan after carlise show.the yard it was in has been sold.jimme king
     
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  13. scotts52
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    Will we be seeing a build thread?
     
  14. Latigo
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    Good for you! I'd like to see what you do with it.
     
  15. mike bowling
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    Good man! That's a really cool car.
     
  16. Rocky72
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    Chevsotolac , Did the car seem like the body was some what solid ? I've been looking for rear fenders and a grille shell for the one I have .
     
  17. mopar362000
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    Got it as apatrs car for my 36 Plymouth coupe but it is so complete I may have to build it.It will be like my coupe 318 mopar or 1 of my 340s 904 auto ford explorer rear.I will use the best parts on coupe weaker parts on sedan.Jimmie King
     
  18. Latigo
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    If you decide to part it out, I'm in need of a 36 Plymouth grill for my coupe. Email me.
     

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