I know I am a diehard Chevy lover and no I have not gone over to the dark side. Two of my best friends Ron Podsiadly from San Diego and Rick Miller here in Rochester have always made me appreciate a good Mopar. Hell, back in the 80's I started building a 34 Dodge kingcab pickup. Ron liked the cab design so much he traded me a 37 Chevy coupe and then went on to turn the cab into a 1 ton car hauler that he used when he and his family moved west. Back in the 70's Rick had been the go to guy and the one who was always there to help everyone else out. My kids and now my grand kids call him "Uncle Rick". We still tease him about taking 17 years to build a 29 Dodge Sedan. The 29 is ready for some upgrades but Rick has not stopped driving it since he put it on the road around 1990. Several years ago Rick came to me with a 33 Plymouth coupe (or should I say parts of a 33 Plymouth) that he aquired and thought might make a nice rod some day. Little by little he got more parts (not easy to find 33 Plymouth parts) and we started making the piles of metal take shape. He did find a complete frame. Thank God because I only saw about two remaining body mount holes in the body and fortunately the frame gave us the all important push and correct dimensions to get this body back into one piece and mount it on the frame. Here are a few pictures to share. We have had a some people tell us we are nuts, but I have seen worse projects turn into some amazing rides. I guess you just got to have some vision and if you like the way it turns out then that is all that matters. Will try to add more pictures as we move forward with this project.