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Sixty8panther

it's time for: NAME - THAT - CAR!

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Year & make will be sufficient.

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LOL @ Balthy's last answer.

WHAT model year is the POS? :D

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no... that's why I was giving you a hard time. :wink:

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>>"WHAT model year is the POS?"<<

Who gives a flying rat's ass ?

Is it even ID-able to one year ??

lmao

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I can actually say I owned a 1937 Plymouth nicer than this!

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Hahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I remember an article 25 years or so ago (maybe more) about the "Ugliest hubcaps ever made".

They voted the B210's hubcaps the winner!

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On the other hand, that Plymouth is a damn fine looking car. I posted links earlier (several months ago) about a Plymouth truck that was a California survivor with some cool patina...

Saw a 37ish Plymouth truck on the road the other day...in primer...looked like a well done project quite far along.

Chris

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Speaking of pre-war Plymouths:

This one attends a local cruise night every week. :wub:

It's a very original '35 (1st year of the all steel body)

Powered by a Tunned Port 350 & 700R4 borrowed

from a totaled Camaro. The gentleman spent 10 years

building it and it shows. it also has bucket seats, P.S.

pump/rack & brakes from the Camaro.

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