Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1933
Plymouth Coupe! This street rod queen was originally built for a
SEMA show in 1999. Since then it has passed through a couple sets
of caring hands and is presented to you here today! This ride is
mostly steel with the exception of fenders and running boards. The
teal paint looks good still today, and the interior is accented
nicely with purple and teal complements. The engine is a brand
spanking new 468 Big Block that makes an astonishing amount of
power and was installed in 2021. The owner states the engine went
through a 500 mile break in period before putting down a whopping
650hp on the dyno. Backing the monster engine is an automatic 3
speed turbo Herzog transmission. The rear end is built to handle
whatever that big block can throw at it. Just under $4,000 was
spent on sorting out the rear end in late 2019. Although records
are tough to come by this car is said to be a SEMA build from 1999.
With the internet in its infancy in 99 it is hard to find much
documentation for that, but given how well the build has aged it
wouldn't surprise us one bit! All in all this a very nice car that
hasn't seen a ton of miles. It was driven enough to be kept alive
and is in great shape for someone to drive it around the car show
circuit! 1933 Plymouth Coupe is for sale by our St. Louis Showroom
and can be seen in great detail including 100+ HD pictures and an
HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information
please call our knowledgeable staff at (618) 271-3000 or email us
at [email protected] Our St. Louis showroom is located at
1237 Central Park Drive, O'Fallon, IL 62269. Video:
1933 Plymouth Coupe
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