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- Seller: streetsidenc
- Phone: 866-542-8392
This 1930 Plymouth Door Sedan is more than just a street machine presentation. You have great details like the upgraded Mopar powerhouse, custom interior, suicide doors, and four-wheel disc brakes. It's the kind of style that will keep people talking about your custom classic for much longer than the cars that cost five times as much.
This one has a touch or rat rod flair with the exposed wrapped exhaust, simple style, and lack of body chrome/trim/superfluous extras. But it's hard to call this a full-on rat rod because there's thoughtfulness in the details. The matte paint is clean and complete, and so it makes for a nice canvas for all that artful custom pinstriping. The '34 Ford grille is well integrated to look like it has always been leading the way from day one. And there are nice details, like how it keeps the classic black vinyl top. And the headlight bezels, gas tank cover, and frame are all painted black to match. The best way to really look at the full build is with the Ratatouille character on the rear. It is unashamedly a rat, but with a lot more charm than you'd expect from the average one.
The rat rod feeling comes back inside to give you some fun elements. The gauge panel is borrowed from a boat, the gearstick is topped by a rockabilly mic, the floor is robust enough to line a truck bed, the front seats are classic Mustang pony pattern buckets. And we like how the rear seats and side panels have the classic tuck and roll style. But in total, you can see this is not a hodgepodge, but more about a thoughtful way to present an attitude. That's why you also have nice upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input.
A regular rat rod would just use whatever motor they could find, but this one purposely upgrades this Mopar with terrific Mopar power. This 360 cubic-inch V8 proudly announces its heritage with the Mopar Magnum valve covers and air grabber. It's also built for power with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock high rise intake. There are nice modern upgrades like the MSD coil and an electric fan. The motor fires up readily and makes a nice rumble out of the dual exhaust. And any time you really want to bring the thunder, the cutouts let those zoomie headers sing their growling high octane tune. The manual valve body on the stout A727 Torqueflite means you are in firm control of the power and soundtrack. The suspension is an old-school hot rod with hairpins front and rear. But adjustable rear coilovers and four-wheel disc brakes bring the full driving experience closer to the modern era.
You know you've already fallen in love/lust with the idea of owning a thoughtful rat rod, especially since it's at such a nice price. Call now!