For sale in our St. Louis showroom is an all steel 1936 Plymouth Coupe. This bad boy looks like it is ready to tackle the salt flats in Utah, the racetrack at Daytona, or local drive-in any neighborhood. Powering this unique build is a blueprinted 355 CID Small Block Chevrolet V8 engine with a tri-power setup, MSD ignition, and custom copper fuel lines. An aluminum radiator keeps this powerplant cool on hot days, while Hooker Shorty Headers and 2 1/4 SS Turbo mufflers provide an amazing sound to the SBC V8 engine. A TCI 400 Turbo automatic transmission with a Lokar floor shifter transfer the power to the Ford 9" rear end and 3.50 gears. A Scott's Hot Rod independent front suspension features coil overs, R&P steering setup, and Wilwood disc brakes. In the rear you have an Art Morrison triangulated 4 bar setup with coil overs, and disc brakes. The all steel 36' Plymouth business coupe body was chopped 3" and sectioned 2 1/2" at the body line to achieve this specific look. A custom grill shell and grill, along with Hagen hidden suicide door hinges, locks, and a Rootlieb steel hood also contribute to the unique look. Black leather bucket seats provide maximum comfort and match the rest of interior perfectly. The professionally applied black exterior paint looks fantastic, and shines beautifully under any light. Finally the staggered Vintique wire wheels wrapped in radial tires provide the perfect stance and look to this build. The odometer on this 36' Plymouth reads 9,515, but the actual mileage is unknown. Options for this 1936 Plymouth Coupe include: Vintage Air Heat and Air Conditioning, Leather Interior, Radial Tires, and Wire Wheels. This 36' Plymouth will not disappoint, and will be a crowd favorite where ever it goes. To view this 1936 Plymouth Coupe in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis showroom. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com
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