1933 Plymouth Sedan Custom Street Rod. One of a kind built by Hot Rods by Boyd "Boyd Coddington". A true piece of Hot Rod history, one that has been incredibly well preserved and shows as if it was built yesterday the condition and quality are outstanding. Hot Rod builder Keith Russell a former Coddington empolyee told me this was the first and only car that was built to complete for the Riddler award he remembers the car well and all who were involved in the build. Powered by a Tuneport 5.7 liter engine and automatic transmission all color matched and polished to show quailty. The chassis is a custom 1 off in house build and is smoothed and polished and is a piece of art in itself. The Bobby Griffey custom interior shows excellent and looks as if it was done yesterday. The paint was layed down by Coddington employee Gregg Morrell and the pinstipping was done by legendary Dennis Ricklefs. This all steel car features a chopped top, suicide doors, flush mount tail lights and third brake light, one off custom knock-off wheels, polished independant rear end, Boyd's IFS front suspension, everything chromed or polished that could be, 4 wheel disc brakes, tilt wheel, power steering, power windows, air-conditioning, and so much more! This car was built by the who's who of the Hot Rod world and the quality is second to none. Must truly be seen to in person to appreciate the craftsmanship. Very rare opportunity to own a car built by one of the most iconic Hot Rod shops of all time. Coming out of one of the finest private museums in the country, first time offered publicly offered for sale serious inquires only please. I can help arrange shipping if needed.