1932 Plymouth PB Coupe
Engine: Injected 1958 Chrysler 392 Hemi
Transmission: GM 200R4 Automatic
Rear End: Heidt's IRS
Front Suspension: Mustang II
Frame: HRCC modified Plymouth frame
Body Modifications: Channeled 4”, rear fenders lengthened and recontoured with reworked wheel well openings, sectioned grille, handmade chin pan, handmade cowl vents, handmade gas tank, handmade firewall, custom canvas roof.
This rare Plymouth coupe (six months production) was a channeled survior hot rod. The owner's father bought the car in the late 70s, yanked the Olds Rocket, put it in the barn and forgot about it, until one day she asked her father about it. She wanted a modern interpretation of a traditional hot rod of her own, and the old coupe seemed like the perfect choice.
We completed this car to up to roller status ready to be blown apart for finishing in 2009. Scott and Jane and company debuted it at the 2011 Detroit Autorama, and it turned out gorgeous! They did a fantastic job.