Category: FOR SALE: 1933 Plymouth Coupe PRO STREET

Out and about this morning . . . with the 33 coupe . . .

33 Plymouth 5-window coupe pro street

1933 Plymouth Coupe Pro Street – Browse The Build :

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Under The 33 Plymouth Coupe PD DeLuxe

  1933 Plymouth Coupe Pro Street – Browse The Build :

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Test and tune at the dragstrip

drag racer for sale

Test and tune at Bristol Dragway.  We recently tested naturally aspirated 127 mph, 10.8 quarter-mile. When these zoomies are wide open at this track it sends an echo through the valley – sounds awesome! We’ve taken the car to the dyno since this test session –

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Opening Day at Bristol Dragway

A beautiful opening day at Bristol THUNDER VALLEY.  We are excited to get back into race season!   Today the coupe has its first test. Bristol was packed. There was alot of waiting in line – it’s part of racing. We were

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We Build Zoomies And Custom Headers

Zoomie Custom Headers

Below are the custom exhaust headers we built for the 33 Plymouth Coupe. We just got them back from Cerakote Coating, plus we found a local stainless steel and aluminum polisher that dipped these Edelbrock Competition Merge Collectors . .

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It is a beautiful day for a ROMP in the Coupe!

First drive for the Coupe

Today, we took the first ever drive in the ’33 Coupe.  No wheelies, cookies or skids in this video – simply a test drive. Here are some of the highlights. From the look and sound of things, this custom pro

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This Custom Pro Street 5-Window Coupe and Metal Fabrication

1933 Plymouth 5-window Coupe

We are in the final days of this 33 Coupe Custom Build. We started this Plymouth project in November 2014, and it will be finalized this week (9/30/2015). Metal fabrication is our specialty and this all steel car has alot

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1933 Plymouth Coupe in final stages of production

one of a kind plymouth coupe

A sneak peak of the Coupe as we start to put the car back together. This custom 1933 Plymouth 5-window Coupe is not chopped. The body has been channeled 6″ over a Chris Alston double frame rail, round tube, mild

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This Coupe is looking good in its 80’s.

This 33 Coupe is an all steel body. We’ve been sanding on this car and trying to get it to paint. We hoped to find a local body shop that could take on this project, but no luck.  So we

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Custom Fabrication, Mig and Tig Welding

wheelie bar fabrication

All good chassis fabricators knows that making each element look good and fit within the parameters of the project can be challenging. When making any type of custom car parts we search of the optimum setup. We recently made these

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Making Exhaust Headers

custom exhaust
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Metal Fabrication

metal fabrication

The side canards have been tacked in place on this project. Once they are finalized they will mimic the curves of the car. Not only will it look cool – they will help increase the aerodynamics and air flow.

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Good progress this week on the 33 Coupe

metal fabricators

Just a few quick snapshots – the ’33 Coupe is on the ground and just about ready for bodywork. Not sure what color will work best on this car — perhaps a “General Lee” look with Confederate flag on the

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How to fit 10 gallons of stuff into a 5 gallon bucket. . .

custom grill for the 33 coupe

One of the challenges with this custom car build is fitting everything into this Hot Rod and making it look good. This type of custom car build is a step-by-step process of modifying and tweaking specific areas that are unique

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The 33 Plymouth Coupe wrapping up final wiring

wiring our 33 coupe pro street
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The 33 Coupe Metal Fabrication and Design

wiring the pro street

The final “hit list” on this 33 Coupe is getting smaller every week. We started this 1933 Plymouth Coupe project 5 months ago — and with steady progress — we are nearing closure. This has been a great project for

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Brake System Components installed on 33 Coupe

wiring and brakes

Just finished installing all the brake components; including the master cylinder, residual valves, line lock, proportioning valve and brake light switch. Click the image to view larger.

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1933 Plymouth Chassis Engineering

drag car chassis fabrication

Today the skeleton of this 33 Coupe was unleashed. Before taking the car off the jig – we finished up the welds – and to do that we had to remove the body. As seen here we had to flip

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In the final stages of this 1933 Plymouth Coupe build

metal fabrication

We are in the final stages of mocking up the car, modifying suicide hidden door hinges, attaching grill shell mounts, radiator mounts, and stretching the hood to fit. Below shows the trans tunnel and drive shaft tunnel are in. We

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Metal fabrication with steel tube and sheet metal

metal fabrication

Just a few months ago — this car was just a shell and a plumb bob. The guys in the garage have done some fantastic metal fabrication. Steel tube, sheet metal and aluminum are are all in play right now.

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Metal Fabrication And The Creative Vision

pro street chassis suspension

There are many factors to consider when building a hot rod or any street car by yourself. First of all, do you have the skills required to build your own car? Secondly, do you have all the tools you will

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Chassis and suspension design for high performance

engine placement

This 1933 Plymouth Coupe project will be a multipurpose Hot Rod once complete. The project photos below document the chassis and suspension fabrication. When finished this Coupe will be a street car.  You will be able to drive this car

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A first look at the 1933 Coupe front end

suspension and chassis fabrication

The Nostalgia Chassis shipment finally arrived. The chassis kit arrived in a few big boxes and included a pair of front frame rails; a pair of rear frame rails; bent 1-5/8″ round main hoop crossmember; upper and lower A-arm mounts;

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33 Coupe after four days of notching pipe

The main cage is done.

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This 1933 Pymouth Coupe is next on the build list.

Building a 33 Plymouth Cuope

Metal fabrication is what we do best. And our new frame JIG table is coming in handy with this project. This coupe is a steel body car and the boys in the shop are all smiles now that they are

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