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1937 Plymouth Truck 1/2 ton (Thatcher, AZ) $44,900 obo For Sale

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  • £44,900 As stated
  • 1937
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Price £44,900 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Plymouth
Model Truck 1/2 ton
Year 1937
Country USA
Region International
Telephone 1-800-265-2975
Status Trade
Date 16-Oct-2020
Ref C1192725
1937 Plymouth Truck 1/2 ton (Thatcher, AZ) $44,900 obo

You are looking at a very nice '37. These older Plymouth trucks are getting harder and harder to find, especially in this type of shape. Sprayed in green with black fenders, the exterior slides inside to a very clean grey cloth interior with new carpeting and new door panels. Powered by a Dodge Dakota Drive-train, a 3.9L V6 and an automatic transmission. This old Plymouth has more than enough power behind it's pedal and it shows no sign of slowing down whatsoever. Features include but are not limited to P/s, P/b, newer tires, a Mustang II front end, A/c, Heat, new horns, an aluminum radiator with dual fans, a spare tire tucked underneath, and a trunk in the rear for the battery. This vehicle shows no sign of rust whatsoever and the original bumpers have been re-plated. This truck has been meticulously maintained and garage kept throughout it's life. The owner is already being reasonable with his pricing on this rare find however he is willing to consider serious offers.

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