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Archive for the ‘Plymouth Restorations’ Category
Ask experts and many will tell you that the first American muscle car was the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88. Oldsmobile was first automaker to put a high compression, dual overhead cam engine into a production car. Others claim that the “American Muscle” revolution didn’t start until 1964 with the release of the Pontiac GTO and… Read More
We have applied guide coat and are now working the car in preparation for paint.
We like to make cars and parts look good. This engine out of the 1933 Plymouth Project is getting a good bath and new paint. [slideshow]
We removed the engine on this Vintage Car a 1933 Plymouth. The flat head 6 cylinder engine will get a good clean up and a coat of paint. The engine area will be sand blasted and painted. We are almost ready to paint this car. [slideshow]
We are in the final stages of priming this 1933 Plymouth. Next step is block sanding the parts. [slideshow]
We have been working on this 1933 Plymouth for 6 weeks. Welding, fabricating and not body work. We will soon be ready to start applying primer and after that a fresh coat of paint.
We are body working this 1933 Plymouth. This is a great looking car. I love the style.
We are in the process of taking this cool Plymouth apart in preparation to repaint the entire car. We all love the rumble seat.