360ci V8 Powered 1933 Plymouth Coupe with the Lipstick Red Paint!

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Having its headquarters in Michigan, United States, Plymouth was a brand serving in the automotive industry.

Founded in 1928 and went defunct in 2001, this legendary auto-making company manufactured the world's one of the coolest automobiles. These include Plymouth Voyager, Plymouth Explorer, Plymouth Prowler, Plymouth Trailduster and so on. Today, we're checking out a custom built 1933Plymouth Coupe painted in the sweetest shade of red. It catches the attention at the very first glance and keeps it as you keep looking at it. It's an all steel, all Mopar, '33 Plymouth powered by a 360ci V8 and a 727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission. The engine feautures a Weiand aluminum intake manifold, a Carter AFB 4 barrel carburetor, Edelbrock chrome valve covers, power steering, 4 wheel power disc brakes, an 8 1/4 rear end, and dual exhaust with chrome tips. The interior is equipped with new door panels, new carpet and full leather seats.

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