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Vintage tin in the bush!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ratmotor, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. Found this today after following up on a lead. The guy told me there was a few cars there but they may have been farther back in the bush. Any ideas as to what it is exactly?
     

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  2. 117harv
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    33-34 Plymouth sedan.
     
  3. Rickybop
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    from Michigan

    Or Dodge.
     
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  4. shtterbug8
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    freakin nice find!
     
  5. 1950-mercury
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    Are you going to pull her out?
     
  6. Jalopy Joker
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    at least half of the roof chop is done
     
  7. f100kid
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    from So-Cal

    looks like a future hot rod, the rarer sedan model
     
  8. Gonna leave it where it is....
     
  9. 392HEMI4SPEED
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    from Wisconsin

    I'd save what I could from it for someone someday, even if I had to cut it up a bit to stash it up in the roof rafters....but that's just me. Even if it was not saved for restoration, a guy could make something cool out of it for the shop....like maybe take the cowl and windshield and make it into shoe storage shelf or something for the garage. Just a thought...LOL I'm sure someone else can come up with a unique idea for it.
     
  10. 1934 Dodge or Plymouth by how much the A pillar is slanted back.
     
  11. Flynn's_57
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    Hmmm... A lot of guys say "mopar",

    But I think it might actually just be a

    "new project".


    :D
     
  12. tjmercury
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    x2 with a 1/4 of the top chopped
     
  13. Bruce Lancaster
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    Give it 5 more years to ripen...chop will finish itself, and if there's decent rainfall it'll be channeled by then too. You'll be able to move right into paint and upholstery!
     
  14. silverdome
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    Not much left of that '33 Dodge/Plymouth but I'd take the windshield frame and front left window frame just for patterns if not salvageable.
     
  15. czuch
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    You guys short on historic landmarks up there?
    Wont the land owner want to restore that to concourse next year?
     
  16. Bruce Lancaster
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    I'd grab it NOW...one just like it except it was a convertible and a Duesenberg went for $6,000,000 at Barett Jackson...
     
  17. 49ratfink
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    go back and cut out the bullet holes and sell them to someone with a glass car so they can fool everybody
     


  18. I have nothing against glass cars but that comment is funny.
     
  19. Wow, looks like it was sandblasted last week and they got carried away on the righthand side.
     
  20. yetiskustoms
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  21. shtterbug8
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    i could use that windshield frame!
     
  22. upspirate
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    It looks like a 34 Plymouth body I once had

    Looks like lots of metal patches that can be used on other 33-34 Mopar bodies.
     
  23. Id pull it out...you never know what a rare car it could be
     
  24. Atwater Mike
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    Why not? They do it with louvered patches...
     
  25. Fedcospeed
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    Has anyone ev er made a coupe out of one of those like a 34 Ford can be??? Cant always be normal and do things the easy way
     
  26. 2racer
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    yard art...
     
  27. I'd like to have that but I don't know how I'd wash it.
     
  28. rollie
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    about 6" of the whole left side would make a neat wall hanging
     
  29. '51Plymouth
    Joined: Jun 8, 2005
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    '51Plymouth
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    from York, PA

    Smooshed. And saveable. Why aren't you dragging it out right now?
     

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