Guest 31rumble Posted April 29, 2015 Share Posted April 29, 2015 Hello all,I'm newbie when it comes to this forum and antique cars. But I recently acquired possession of a 1931 Plymouth. My intentions are to get it to running condition and eventually sell. I wanted to borrow some of the intelligence from the forum here to see if I need any special types of the usual fluids (coolant, oil, etc.) for a car like this. It's been in running condition as recently as 2 years ago. But fluids were drained for long term storage. What are all the things I should check before trying to fire it up?Also, it's my understanding that the car is a 3 speed. What is the shift pattern?Any help would be appreciated. I'm sorry in advance if the information that I'm looking for is already posted somewhere.Thank you.I've attached some exceptionally crappy pictures, sorry for the poor quality pictures. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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