1937 PLYMOUTH Deluxe Rumble Seat Sport Coupe. This is a car that I bought out of Indiana a couple of years ago, after having searched for one for over 15 years. There are lots of trunk back standard 1937 coupes out there, but next to none of these. I was told that this car stayed with the original family since about 1940. It had been off the road since 1969. The car is overall sound condition, but has a little rust in the lower rear panels and in the furthest to the rear floor, no bad but it is there. I had the brakes completely overhauled, new exhaust system, rebuilt fuel pump and carburetor. The gas tank is a brand new replacement unit. It has four brand new Firestone tires. The instruments work. The car runs and drives very well. I have driven it about 100 miles. A set of brand new glass comes with it. It also has a set of original factory fender skirts. The interior is tattered but good enough to use. Museum Stored in Central Virginia. Price $22,900. Call / Text 215-906-7001 or email J537MJS@aol.com
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