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  • Roadside Find: 1950 Plymouth Business Coupe

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/Roadsi...ess-Coupe.html

  • #2
    Re: Roadside Find: 1950 Plymouth Business Coupe

    I was thinkin' it'd make a great convertible... or gasser.
    Funny thing about this car; its got the EXACT same I-six that my Clark tractor has. 8)

    the vette behind it was a '94, also for sale, I think they were askin' $10k-ish.

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    • #3
      Re: Roadside Find: 1950 Plymouth Business Coupe

      nice looking car - I don't think I'd change a thing on the body or interior if it's as nice as the outside.

      Put modern running gear in it and drive that mutha!
      There's always something new to learn.

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      • #4
        Re: Roadside Find: 1950 Plymouth Business Coupe

        nothing a camaro subframe and a 350/350 combo can't fix ;D

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        • #5
          Re: Roadside Find: 1950 Plymouth Business Coupe

          When I was a young lad growing up in Burbank the guy that lived across the street from me had one just like that for a company car. I was in love with that car. He got promoted and one day the car was gone.

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          • #6
            Re: Roadside Find: 1950 Plymouth Business Coupe

            WOW! What an amazingly cool ride! I've always loved the whole business-coupe vibe.

            I agree with putting modern running gear underneath, however, I would leave the exterior as stock-appearing as possible and put a nearly all-out Art Morrison chassis under with a killer twin-turbo big block in the cavernous engine bay with the same wheel choice as it currently carries, albeit with some mildly( :) wider drag radials under it.

            There you have it: super-sleeper!

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