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1939 Plymouth Custom Pickup With a market full of Chevys and old Fords a car like this classic 1939 Plymouth really stands out. It has the same style of those cars with large rounded fenders and custom grills but you rarely see these cars cruising around. That makes them extremely unique and a must have for someone that wants a street rod that wont blend in with the rest of the crowd. Above all, this classic is being offered up at a very inexpensive price. It would make someone a really solid street rod that they can drive, enjoy, and tinker with for many years to come. Coated in a flat Lavender paint the truck has no issues grabbing attention. It gives the truck a great custom look and requires a lot less maintenance than your typical clear coat paint job. Currently it is free of any pinstriping which is a huge selling point for someone looking to add their own personal touch to the car. A lot of work has been done on the truck including smoothing out the running boards and widening the bed 2 inches. All of the glass is in good condition and it has a 1 piece vent V windshield up front. The rear taillights have been frenched and the lenses are fitted with the old school blue dots. The truck has a slight rake and another touch of old school is the custom ET wheels up front and Mehelich cruisers in the rear. 205/70R15-front, 275/50R15-rear. Under the hood of this classic is a 318 roller cam motor that puts out plenty of power to get those wheels turning. It is fitted with 360 exhaust manifolds, Edelbrock intake manifold, Weiand valve covers, chrome alternator, polished AC compressor, chrome air cleaner, and a billet overflow tank. Certain components like the manifold and valve covers have been painted to match the exterior creating a nice consistent look. Paired with the motor is a 8500 automatic with OD transmission and 8 1/2 rear end with 2:45 gears. A new fuel pump was just installed as well as a new rack and pinion steering system. Other upgrades include the Mustang II front end with front disc brakes. The interior utilizes dual Grey high back bucket seats which are adjustable. The waterfall dash is painted to match the body and is topped with VDO gauges. The tilt column is painted to match and is topped with a Lecarra steering wheel. With power steering, AC/Heat and cruise control the truck is extremely comfortable to drive. An overhead console was added and houses the AM/FM/Cassette player. This is an extremely fun pickup truck that would make someone a great street rod. Whether you are a beginner looking for your first custom or a veteran hotrodder looking for your next project this pickup would make a great purchase that wont break the bank. Make it yours for only $25,500.00!
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