1934 Plymouth Cabaret

1934 Plymouth Cabaret (titled as a 1934 Dodge). Fiberglass Body, hand built steel hood and louvered side panels by Reiter’s Metal Crafters. Ghost flames by Dion VanBoekel of Hot Rods by Dion. All new Classic Instruments All American Series gauges (previous odometer reading was just over 2,800), rebuilt 1970 Mopar 340 Engine with a Mopar Performance 6 pack carb set up. March Serpentine pulley and bracket kit, rebuilt 727 Mopar transmission, Mustang II front end, BMW independent rear axle. Budnik – 13 _” Steering Wheel (style Thirty-Four in Dark Tan), Budnik – Rocker Polished wheels: 17 x 7 fronts, 18 x 8 rears, Tires; Goodyear Eagle F1, 205/45ZR17 – fronts, 225/50ZR18 – Rears.

Suicide Doors, Leather bench seat, tilt steering column, clear Michigan title, 4 wheel disc brakes, radio set up with input jack for iPod, only 2,800 miles on engine and trans since rebuild., power windows, trunk has power automatic open and shut feature, manual convertible top, and comes with Custom fit California car cover.  Check it out on eBay, click here.

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