Plymouth: Pretty good club coupe body for an 80yo WI car. Body off the frame w/ doors, deck lid, rear fenders; bare frame; nice front fenders; grille; hood ( a little rough, but I was gonna weld the seam & peak it); steering column; seat frame; gas tank; radiator; custom painted dash (pewter base, Lace, gold shimerin, black in the middle, HOK candy lime gold over all - makes the black look a little root beerish or green/goldish & cleared); maybe some other stuff I'm forgetting. Dodge: Rough ol' gal. Looks to be very complete. The parts not bolted on, look to be in the car. Interior & trunk full of parts. Quarters are pretty rough & were "repaired" in the past. Looks to have decent doors, front fenders, grille, hood. Flathead six has been in the weather for some it's time, assume it's stuck. My plan was to put the suspension parts from the Dodge, on the Plymouth frame, add Scarebird disc brakes & Aerostar front springs, lowering blocks, Chop it, 350/350 & drive/sell it. Then, use the Dodge for a radical custom. It's rough enough to not worry about cutting it up. Too many projects, not enough room, time, or money. Time to thin the herd. Also have a '47 Dodge Title, '48 Plymouth Title, & an S10 chassis set up for air. First 2 pics are Plymouth. 3rd is parts inside Plymouth. 4th & 5th are dash. Rest are Dodge. Offers considered.