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Uncle Ricks 33 Plymouth Project

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by raymay, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. DaveH_RRTX
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  3. notaford1
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    lots of changes ...not too much to take photos of. All mechanicals done,car is wired starts runs,brakes done and bled. doing lots of small stuff will try to foward any pics I have later
     
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  5. Cool project.
    Interestingly, besides it being Plymouth, another detail that caught my eye was OPs ("raymay") location being Rochester, NY. which is where I bought my '32 Plymouth Roadster from nearly 30 years ago and where it had been hot rodded already in early '50s.
     
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    Do you remember who you bought your 32 from back then?
     
  7. Hell no ! :eek:
    But I know I have that info stashed away somewhere, probably right next to the (polaroid ?) photos I based my buying decision on..., been (occasionally) looking for them for years now :(
    I also have its (last) '52 NY plates and registration/title, but those I know where they are :)
     
  8. Atwater Mike
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    Mature (mature enough to know better!) gent 2 years ago had his nice, solid '33 Dodge coupe out to an outdoor show. He proudly displayed his black jewel, hood open. Yikes! an orange 350/350! Looked so 'queer' in there...had a 4 inch spacer from water pump pulley to large flex fan...
    Sheesh! A nice 318 or better yet, 340 would have done so much nicer...with 727 tranny...
     
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  10. notaford1
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    Have had this 33/34 Dodge hood ornament for several years it was all busted up missing a couple pieces.Its been cold and got bored so I cobbled it back together and sprayed it. looks good for a display piece or worst case a beater. Not for my Plymouth so I haven't decided what to do with it. Too bad its not nice I saw a mint one for $2500.
     
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