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Projects Let's see some 30's MOPARS

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by ochamsrasor, Jul 25, 2021.

  1. ochamsrasor
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    Hey Guys you are out there I Know, post some pictures of the MOPARS you have been telling me about.
     
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  2. carolina chevrolet
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  3. das858
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    Here's my 1938 Plymouth pickup 20200430_123111.jpg
     
  4. Hemi Joel
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    PXL_20210617_020424482~2.jpg Here's my 31 Plymouth:
     

  5. LOU WELLS
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    A Friends Many Door That He Altered To A Vicky.. DSCN4994.JPG ..
     
  6. j hansen
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    Only found two here in Sweden,,,,,,,so far. Skärmavbild 2021-07-26 kl. 19.57.41.png Skärmavbild 2021-07-26 kl. 19.58.07.png Skärmavbild 2021-07-26 kl. 20.02.39.png Skärmavbild 2021-07-26 kl. 20.02.11.png Skärmavbild 2021-07-26 kl. 20.04.56.png
     
  7. MoparFinman
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    IMG_20210723 31 Ply to pickup.jpg 31 Ply pickup from KKOA show IMG_20210723 31 Ply to pickup.jpg
     
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  8. Dads 1937 Dodge. It features a 1937 Plymouth grill and shell, 1963 Chrysler Imperial headlights and a 392 Chrysler Hemi. out-a-sight 2021.jpg 20249.jpeg
     
  9. BDUB77
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    My 35 sedan next to a coupe at a local cruise in.
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  10. MoparFinman
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    here's another Plymouth coupe that was at the KKOA show this last weekend in Kansas. this one had a flat head six mopar in it. IMG_20210726_Flat head in a 30 Coupe Ply.jpg it.
     
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  11. dwollam
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    Friend Rodney snapped this pic of my '33 Plymouth yesterday.

    Dave

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  12. dwollam
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    Here's 1 of my '36 Dodge and '61 TrailorBoat at the 2014 Flathead Run in Monitor WA. Must have a more recent pic somewhere :( .

    Dave.


    2014 Flathead Run Monitor WA 038.jpg
     
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  13. 40FORDPU
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    My old '35 Plymouth sold few years ago..one of my old cars I kind of wished I'd kept.[​IMG]
     
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  14. Donald Egleston
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    Purchased from a friend who built the car in 1959. It has never been altered since then. '50 Dodge Flathead 6; '60 Plymouth Sport Fury Steering Wheel. A true '50's survivor.
     
  15. Chrysler 1931 CM-6 Coupe. My street car. IMG_7983.jpg
     
  16. 1962 dodge lancer
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  18. chev34ute
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    And now for something completely different. 70E6BBCC-2A83-4B45-A97A-9D1ED8E50828.jpeg
     
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  19. MoparFinman
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  20. jnaki
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    upload_2021-8-12_4-45-37.png 1937 in Los Angeles 1936 Dodge

    Hello,

    Perhaps our family history has some meaning to fortune tellers and seers. But original family cars in the Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth family had/has some future meanings? We had a family discussion about the start of cars and hot rod history. It was fun finding old photos in the myriad of boxes and albums. Since we digitized them for safe keeping for eternity/generations, we now thought about the meaning or content of each one.

    No one could tell from old photos, but two people that have stayed together for over 55 years says something from the past. Whether it is "Voodoo", or perhaps “Just the way it is…” something brought us together and it wasn’t a Chevy or Ford. So Cal vs the OKC… what a combo.

    Jnaki

    My dad bought his first real car after he graduated from college. Then kept it until the early 40s. We never knew the history as it was hidden in our family photo albums until 1998. We only knew of his affinity for Buick sedans, throughout his whole automobile history, during our family’s growing up period.

    But, the strange thing was that in a different photo album, my wife’s early history from her side of the family had a “blackish” 1936 Plymouth Sedan as a two year old growing up in the OKC. So, either it was just a freak of nature or we somehow were headed to our meeting 19 years later led by our family’s Mopar connection.
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    No one else that is still around from her past knows about the Plymouth. At the time, she was an only child. The multiple siblings came several months/years later.


    Although either one of us in our driving days has ever owned a Chrysler Corporation product. At least it was a Mopar and not a Chryco or Autopar…
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  21. Almostdone
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    1935 Dodge Brothers

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  22. O/k so its one year past the 1930's but heres pic of my Oz 1940 Dodge....next month marks its 50th year in my ownership..........been a hotrod since 1973........andyd
     

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  23. el Scotto
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    1938 Plymouth truck, originally WA Tenney's plumbing truck out of Boulder Creek CA. Several mentions of them in 30's and 40's issues of the Santa Cruz Sentinel newspaper. Neat truck but probably going to sell it once I sell the crap in my driveway.

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  24. hkestes
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    My all Mopar 37 Plymouth. 360 / 727 with a Dakota rear.

    [​IMG]
     
  25. Claynan
    Joined: Mar 17, 2011
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    1937 Plymouth P4 Coupe C07DBCFA-1CEA-4BF5-AC75-7D16CBFA78DA.jpeg
     
  26. Rocket88NZ
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    New Zealand hot rod from the 60's Crown Jewel. Built by Bill Perriton of Hamilton. Build was started in 59 and completed in 61. Shortened by 7 1/2" 36 Ford Chassis, channeled 7". Mercury Flathead with Allard heads and Allard twin carb manifold. One of the few unchanged and survived pretty much as built cars from that era here. crown jewel.jpeg
     
  27. chev34ute is that a export only body?
     
  28. rusty_bits
    Joined: Feb 10, 2010
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    1933 Plymouth PD 4 door sedan P030221_0916.jpg
     
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