46 Plymouth P15 Special Deluxe Coupe
Jul 12, 2018 9:30 PM - 123 Views Create A New Thread
Brought a 1946 Plymouth Special Deluxe Coupe. Looking for any information on buying parts to build a street rod. Any websites?? Any builder's advice?? Thanks
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Jul 13, 2018 at 8:01 AM
- A proper plan prevents piss poor performance and also having to do things over. Go to a few shows on get on the internet and get some Ideas. We can help with just about anything that you need to know. Updated chassis and drive train should be he first focus. New front end such as a Mustang II. Small block Chevy are the most cost effective motors and the Chevy auto transmission. I prefer the Turbo 350 but a lot of builders like the R transmissions for the Over Drive capabilities. Just a few things to think about.
Jul 13, 2018 at 7:02 AM
- Looks cool, do you have a plan on what exactly the end product will be ? motor,drive train,suspension,stance. wheels, interior,paint , traditional Hot Rod,Street Rod ,Resto Mod , a big time and money saver if you're on a budget is to purchase a donor car with the parts you need ,unless you have access to a well stocked Bone yard that has early iron parts , most of the biggest 3 day car shows have a large swap meet area that can help ,the Annual Turkey Rod Run in Daytona Beach,Fl is one , they have the Spring Turkey Rod Run too,there is a lot of online sites that can assist as well as this one, most here can help , a few here have there own shop so you cant go wrong there they have been in business for a long while and can steer you in the right direction, one cool thing I see ,if you build it a custom eliminate the "B" pillar this will involve custom side glass, but it would be cool
Jul 12, 2018 at 10:16 PM
- Welcome DD
Jul 12, 2018 at 10:15 PM
- Thanks for posting.. So many options and so many great builders here to answer your questions. What are you thinking you want to do? There are a thousand options. Willie Moore StreetRodding.com
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