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Hotrodbob's Ol' MOPAR

Been driving it as a hotrod since 1985. Had a Flathead with alloy head, Isky cam and offy intake for the first 12 years. SBC power now. Black paint was an Earl Schieb $29.95 paint job in 1972. Hood and rear fenders have been resprayed. Flames by me and friends in 1985 in my garage.

Still driving strong. Taken at Goodguys in Del Mar, 2011

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Anonymous on Apr 25, 2011 said:

Wonderful is this not a 48 Plymouth?????

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hotrodbob on Apr 26, 2011 said:

Yep, you pegged it right. It's a '48 Club Coupe.

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Fplay on Apr 30, 2011 said:

The 1st car I can remember my Mom & Dad had, was a 46' plymouth/cpe. I grew up with car until my Dad traded it for a 58' Ford/Fairlane 500. I always said I wanted to have the Plymouth, but it wasn't meant to be I suppose! Shame....would have made a great rod. TSTOCK.

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hotrodbob on Apr 30, 2011 said:

Thanks for your thoughts. I've always like MOPARS and could not afford a Ford or Chevy at the time. This car fit my growing family and has been a great car. Thanks again.

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Anonymous on May 3, 2011 said:

Like 48 Plymouth club coupes, at present I have 2 coupes, streetrodded, sub-framed sbc motors, a-c and all. Bud in Choctaw Ok

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red57 on Nov 28, 2011 said:

I'm building a 47 club coupe with 95 camaro run gear through out. Should make a great driver. Love those fat fendered cars, grew up with them in the 50's. Red57

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