A cool two-door wagon fully built with slick paint, a loaded A/C
interior, and serious V8 power... all wrapped in Mopar-level
rarity?! This is the kind of complete custom build that people pay
six-figures to get, but one lucky person will be getting on heck of
a deal. Too good to be true? Read on for all the details that make
this even better...
We know you likely have never seen something like this before. After all, not only is it an exceptionally cool custom build, but also most Plymouth buyers opted for Savoy or Belvedere sedans in much higher numbers in '54 than a Plaza two-door suburban wagon. But more than just rarity, this car has received a restoration that took the exceptionally straight bodywork and invested in a mirror-like green finish. Every time you take this one out into the sunshine the clearcoat depth and metallic elements will give you the kind of luster that will make people immediately take notice. Since the paint is so new and shimmering, the bright work had to be brought up to the same level. Besides the wraparound chrome bumpers, there are plenty of great stylist's touches. You see it in the details like the surrounds of the crystal-clear headlights, rear hatch hinges, and the full-width grille that incorporates the Plymouth name. And those 17-inch Coys alloys on the lowered suspension let people instantly know the custom beauty of this one is far more than skin deep.
One look inside, and you can tell how much was invested in this custom build. It starts with the two rows of tan seating that is far more intricate than anything that came out of the 1950s. The premium color on these is shared with the custom side panels, headliner, carpet piping, and even the new cup holder center console. In total, this one has that great uniform appearance that everyone loves to see at the car shows. But this build was also meant to be a real cruiser, too. It has great features to keep everyone happy on the open road, including an AM/FM/CD stereo and ice-cold air conditioning. But like any good custom classic, the best treats are reserved for the driver. You get a stylish Lecarra leather wrapped steering wheel, and the cool original gauge pack is still providing you with all the vital info.
A cool custom Plymouth like this deserves a strong Mopar powerhouse in the engine bay. This 360 cubic-inch V8 has been dressed to impress with the Mopar Performance valve covers and a tidy presentation so everyone can see the upgraded motor. But more than look great, this has been enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake, and a mild cam. So from the moment you twist the key, the rumbling dual exhaust will let everyone know this is a mean green machine. Power gets to the streets via a strong three-speed automatic transmission that feeds a stout Ford 9-inch rear end. Out on the road, features like tubular A-arm front suspension, power steering, and front disc brakes combine to make sure this custom build is also an easy cruiser.
This is an exceptionally unique machine that's perfect for everything from a surf wagon to your classic that fits the whole family. But award-worthy turn-key customs like this rarely stay available for long. Call now!