Here’s a few Garage Shots from the last 17 months of my ‘33 Plymouth PC 2-Door Sedan. It entered the family in November ‘02. We started it as a “Father/Son” project, and my son Bryan went with me to Iowa to pick it up. Here he is helping to get it off the trailer. There’s another of Bryan practicing his welds. He’s not bad!
The car is a steel ‘33 Plymouth PC 2-Door Sedan with glass fenders and boards, and a 2” chop. It’s as “all MoPar” as I can get. Power is Dakota RT injected 360 with electronic 4-speed O-drive automatic. Interior is ‘88 Shadow buckets, and the color is Viper RED. Notice the slotted cowl vent with inside air plenum, hidden hinges, Vintage Air, Monte Carlo brake light, filled roof, flush windshield and service access panels in the cowl for fuses and A/C plumbing access. Some tweaks, and some trim, and we’re cruising this summer! Ken Nowak from Michigan!