Gateway Classic Car is in awe at this beautifully restored 1936
Plymouth Westchester Woodie for sale! This Westchester has tons of
lineage and restoration receipts to back everything you see today.
Check out some of the cool history included in the photos! In 1936
this was one of the highest costing Plymouth models with only 309
produced! For 1936 the wagon body was built by U.S. Body and
Forging, in fact all Plymouth wooden wagon bodies would be built by
them until the "woodie" were phased out after the 1950 model year.
This Woodie is currently powered by a 350 CU V8 and backed by an
automatic transmission and was done right. Jumping in takes you
right back to 1936. With over 100k+ in restorations receipts done
by professionals who have brought it back to life and such a low
production you will be the gem at any event! The Current owner has
owned the last 21 years and is aware it has been a local car since
birth. The Fenders are repainted in what appears to me to be the
original Green with the Woodie Body and features Tan Leather
interior. The Wood continues into the interior just as it should
and gives you a one-of-a-kind ride! Woodies, ones with real wood
paneling are becoming rarer and rarer. If you've ever wanted to own
a Woody, now is as good a time and this is the one you need to own!
1936 Plymouth Westchester
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