1934 Plymouth 5-Window Coupe - $34,900
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It’ll look great for years to come with a modicum of care and with none of the usual dated graphics or excessive pinstripes, it will never go out of fashion.

Factory steel body. 350 Chevrolet, TH350 automatic, power steering, power disc brakes. Comfortable interior with a great period look. Proven runner that was built to drive. If you’re bored with the usual Ford coupes, this Plymouth has a lot to offer.

Nobody made a bad-looking car in 1934, and it’s likely that you haven’t seen a lot of Plymouth coupes around, which makes this ’34 Plymouth street rod a great find. It’s a factory steel body that hasn’t been chopped or significantly modified, which tells you just how right the original design really was. The door handles have been shaved along with some of the trim, but none of the car’s fantastic style has been erased. The flowing fenders look awesome (it’s worth noting that the left front fender is fiberglass simply by necessity) but the grille is OEM and looks supremely art-deco. Smaller headlights custom side mirrors, and ’39 Ford taillight flush-mounted on the rear fenders help with the sleek look. The factory hood fits nicely and still uses the original hold-down clamps for a 1930s feel. And the paint is extremely well done and holding up nicely for a car that’s been driven. It’ll look great for years to come with a modicum of care and with none of the usual dated graphics or excessive pinstripes, it will never go out of fashion. If you’re a fan of the unusual, this Plymouth certainly delivers.

The interior honors the ‘30s with very art-deco stitching in the gray cloth fabric upholstery on the original bench seat. The door panels and headliner were stitched to match and it’s nice to see a rod built in the ‘90s that isn’t full of inexpensive-looking tweed fabric but rather OEM-grade materials. There’s a tilt steering column and a LeCarrera steering wheel, with the original dashboard now filled with modern VDO instruments. Switches in the center of the dash are well-labeled and control things like headlights, windshield wiper, and door latches (the suicide-style doors are also equipped with deadbolt-style safety locks). And while we think the car is entertaining enough on its own, there’s also a modern AM/FM/CD stereo head unit over on the passenger’s side. Interesting details include the vintage spoon-style accelerator pedal and a clever under-dash shifter that eliminates the clunky column shifter or space-stealing floor shifter that always looks amateurish. There’s also a good-sized trunk that’s been upholstered to match the interior. This is a nicely finished rod.

Mechanically, this Plymouth doesn’t break any new ground, but that’s good news because it’s bulletproof reliable and lots of fun. The 350 cubic inch Chevy is probably the most durable machine ever created by man and runs extremely well in this sleek coupe. There’s an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor on top, an HEI distributor, and custom headers that tuck in tight to the block. You’ll also find power steering and power disc brakes, so it’s easy to handle with no compromises. Some chrome dress-up makes it an engine bay that you won’t mind showing off and it sure does run well. Turn the key and it fires quickly and idles nicely, and it isn’t so radical that it’s a hassle to drive. It stays cool in traffic thanks to a giant electric fan and radiator package and the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission keeps up without ever getting in the way. The front suspension is a Mustang II independent setup with rack-and-pinion steering while the rear is a GM 10-bolt on leaf springs for an easy ride. The custom dual exhaust system has enough bark for a hot rod but it’s quiet enough for longer drives. Staggered chrome wheels add some sparkle and wear recent Firestone radials.

Handsome and unusual, this Plymouth offers a lot of value in a ’34 hot rod coupe. Compare it to even fiberglass Fords and you’ll see that it’s a screaming bargain and uses most of the same parts. It’s got a wonderful ‘30s look and its functionality is proven, meaning you can enjoy it without having to sort it out. Ready to go, this is a lot of car for the money. Call now!

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Vehicle: 1934 Plymouth 5-Window Coupe
Price: $34,900
Stock Number: 119108
Odometer Reading: 28,220
VIN: PF830571034267
Engine: 350 cubic inch V8
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Gear Ratio: 3.08
Wheelbase: 114 inches
Wheels: Front: 14x6, Rear: 15x7 chrome wheels
Exterior Color: Turquoise
Interior Color: Gray cloth
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