1934 Plymouth 5-Window Coupe Rumble Seat Very Sharp All Steel Plymouth! Ford 302 V8, Auto, A/C, PS, PB w/ Frt Disc, Wow!

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This is one of those rare hot rods that just draws a crowd without even trying very hard. Car’s like this Plymouth PE R-S Coupe were very well-received by the American public, so much so that the factory couldn’t keep up with demand, and eventually the ’34 model marked a huge milestone for Plymouth: their 1 millionth car produced, and they reached that mark twice as fast as Ford.

Lots of bright chrome provides great contrast to the sinister black finish, there’s no question that this was a very expensive build a few years ago. With a 114-inch wheelbase, there’s plenty of room inside, where it has been handsomely reupholstered in tan ultraleather upholstery that’s in excellent condition. The bench is wide and very comfortable, showing almost no signs of use, and the upholstery is continued on the beautifully appointed door panels and rumble seat out back.

Dual glasspack-style mufflers give it that purring old-school rod soundtrack and the suspension uses a Mustang II style clip up front and leaf springs out back, so it’s comfortable and familiar-feeling on the road. Power steering and power front disc brakes ensure an easy drive each time out, and the classic chrome wire wheels are a great choice to finish off the look, wearing 215/70/15 radials around each one. With the huge variance in models when it was new, along with the fact that Pre-War Plymouths are so hard to come by today, you’re looking at one of the most difficult and expensive hotrods to build.

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