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MVince

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  1. Sold. Wasn't able to get the door opened enough, apparently the '46 - 48's are very similar except for some differences in the wheels was it?
  2. Recently inherited a property, which has a barn with two antique Plymouths. They're located in central Pennsylvania. This one is for a Plymouth, though I can't identify if it's a '46, '47 or '48. The body is in quite good shape, though the barn roof has started leaking, which is starting to drip on the tail end of the car. There's some damage to the upholstery and inside the glove box (mouse damage it appears). It hasn't been touched in 30+ years, so it would take work to get it running again. The link below has various shots (Along with the blue '37, which I've listed for sale in a separate thread): Pymouths For Sale If interested, please PM or email me at mike.vince80@gmail.com. Thanks, Mike
  3. Recently inherited a property, which has a barn with two antique Plymouths. They're located in central Pennsylvania. They've been sitting in the barn and haven't been touched in 30+ years, though the body is still in great shape, and the engine is present. The link below has various shots of the 1937 (blue, along with the green '46-'48, which I've listed for sale in a separate thread): Pymouths For Sale If interested, please PM or email me at mike.vince80@gmail.com. Thanks, Mike
  4. This one is as true a barn find as can be. It was owned by a great-uncle who passed away some 30 years ago. They (the '37 & a '46) were his babies -- there were tools, filters, oil, polish, and various parts still stored near the cars, just the way he had left it, not moved since the 70's.
  5. Is there any way to pinpoint the exact year? P.S. Updated rear photo, somehow the wrong photo was attached to my original post.
  6. Yep, they are tight in there. The original owner died 30 years ago, and they haven't been touched/started since. From what I can tell, all original parts, even down to the upholstery and knobs on the dash. Any idea what price this one would fetch?
  7. And one more Plymouth to identify. From what I can tell, this one appears to be a 1937 Plymouth. Thanks!
  8. I've been trying to identify two antique Plymouths. I've been searching photos, and it looks like this one is a 1948. Can someone confirm?
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