This 1934 Plymouth 5-Window Coupe is a steel-bodied street machine.
The vibrant paint, V8 power, mean stance, and upgraded suspension
all tell you this is built for performance, but as you dig deeper,
you'll also find a very comfortable and complete build.
This coupe is out to be bold in everything it does, and you know
that from the moment you see the paint. Screaming Yellow and Alpine
Silver are two of the most vibrant colors you can get your hands
on, so this one feels like it glows day or night. It uses a red
pinstripe to clearly divide both colors, which draws extra
attention to the custom application (don't you just love how the
silver dips low in front to draw even more attention to the
grille?) They chopped the roof on this steel-bodied car and
eliminated all non-essential trim, so it looks absolutely sleek.
Plus, the rear wheels are so wide that it looks like this body can
barely contain them. So it has the stance and attitude you want
from such a boldly painted custom.
For a car with such a charged exterior, you may not expect such a
comfy interior. It starts with a bench seat finished in a comfy
velour. They left room for flair with a distinct button and
stitching pattern that's also repeated on the door panels. You've
also got an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth mounted in an overhead
console, and there are provisions for R134a air conditioning. Of
course, you can't escape the performance feeling (nor would you
want to.) You get the tingle of power from the wood-rimmed Grant
steering wheel, performance shifter, crisp upgraded gauges, and a
large SunPro tach mounted high on the dash.
That butterfly hood is likely to attract a crowd, and so is what's
inside it. Chevy's mighty 350 cubic-inch small block is looking
quite nice with a shining air topper, Edelbrock valve covers, and
an overall tidy setup. Plus, it has the right go-fast goodies like
a Holley four-barrel carburetor an Edelbrock hi-rise intake, and
ceramic-coated shorty headers feeding a glasspack-style side pipe
exhaust. A TH350 three-speed automatic transmission connects to the
beefed-up Ford 9-inch rear. The front suspension is an upgraded
Mustang II-style unit, and the rear is a four-link with stabilizer
bar and adjustable coilovers. And while this has a powerful
attitude, features like power steering and four-wheel power disc
brakes are easy to enjoy any time.
Plymouths are already an interesting and rare street rod, and this
one just takes it to a new level with its full performance
attitude. So if you love a bold and custom coupe, call today!