For Sale in our Detroit Showroom is a very unique and amazingly engineered 1937 Plymouth Coupe. The first thing you notice on this gorgeous hot rod is the mouth watering paint job. This beauty is dressed in Metallic Silver paint looks that absolutely stunning from any angle in either sunlight or in the shade. The interior is also a custom and comforting dark blue with two sport style seats wrapped in a very soft cloth and with the newly installed custom Vintage Air you can be sure to stay cool while looking cool as well.. The dash is very customized as well housing Auto Meter gauges that monitor every last function of this awesome Mopar. Powering this 1937 Plymouth is a very impressive 400 cubic inch dressed in the shiniest of chrome and custom painted accessories to match. This potent 400CID V8 also is packed with Mopar Performance heads , a high rise Edelbrock intake, Holley carb, aluminum radiator with electric fan, and has heat wrapped headers to help this low-key monster breathe properly. All this power is courtesy of a 6-speed manual Transmission with which shifts amazingly. Options on this beautiful hot rod include Air Conditioning, Power Steering, AM/FM Radio , Seat Belts, and racing wheels with radial tires. This well built hot rod has a perfect stance thanks to its amazing custom suspension up front with QA1 adjustable coil- overs and the Ford 9 inch rear end. This Amazing looking hot rod is the perfect turn-key crusier that you and others are sure to enjoy. For more information including over 100 HD photos and video of this beauty please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff at 313-982-3100.
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