'33 Plymouth Coupe w/foreign parts in Custer City, SD. not mine

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Let's go bracket racing , allready stubbed, check the welds, add a 8.75 and spool, 440, and 727 , convertor. Cage , ect fresh rattle can of red oxide. Away we go.
 

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"Mommy? Why does that car have a yuck-motor in it ????"
 

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The wheels appear to be '70's vintage Corvette, is the front subframe the same? If so, I assume the motor is one of those 180 odd horse things. I drove a buddy's '79, but it was nothing compared to the '67 427 4 speed coupe I drove.
I may go look at the sale, but it's a bit a of a drive. If I do, I will see what it has for rear suspension.
 

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