The Paint: Cinnamon Spice/Silver, base/coat, clear/coat
The Engine: Chrysler 318 CID 4bbl, rebuilt
The Transmission: Chrysler A-904 Torque-flight 3 speed automatic
The Differential: Chrysler 8.75” with 2.94:1 ratio
Power front disc brakes
Plymouth Volare' independent front suspension
Air Conditioning (mounted and belts on, but not blowing cold)
Updated wiring/fuse block with new style fuses
Tilt steering column
All functioning newer gauges
Aftermarket stereo mounted in console
Clean Gray vinyl bucket seat interior with gray carpeting and headliner, door panels and seat belts
Nice glass throughout
Shaved door handles with remote door “poppers”
Custom French-ed head lights
Custom LED turn signals, mounted flush in the bumpers front and rear
Dual exhaust with Dynomax mufflers
Chrome Crager 5 spoke wheels 17” rear, 16” front with radial tires all around
Do you want to be different...Like everybody else? Well, here's a very interesting car that you just don't come across very often. First of all, this is a '39 Plymouth, so that in and of it's self makes it fairly unique in the collector car world. Let's take it a step further, and point out that this particular Plymouth doesn't have the typical GM engine and drive train that we've been accustom to in vehicles such as this. This Plymouth has all MOPAR running gear!! Ya gotta love that!
But if that isn't unusual enough for you, then read on...This Plymouth 2 door sedan started life as a 4 door! Suffice it to say, there has been some fairly extensive work performed to this car.
The paint, although showing some signs of use in the form of a few scratched here and there, shines very nicely, and the hood and door fitment is remarkable.
This Plymouth drives down the road very nicely with power steering and power front disc brakes, and the rebuilt 318 V8 engine starts, runs, and sounds great.
The transmission shifts smoothly, and the car steers very well. This Plymouth sedan has a very nice stance that is well complimented by the wheel and tire choice...Don't you think?
All of the lights work, and the running lights/turn signals subtly mounted in the body colored bumpers really makes for a nice touch. This is an all metal car that has had a considerable amount of thought put into the execution of the build.
This car could easily serve as a daily driver as well as a car you can drive to any car show or cruise-in and be proud of. It's really a “one of a kind” that your guaranteed not to see another one at a car show. This Custom '39 Plymouth is ready to enjoy!