|Hello forum members, |
Have a project that I'm thinking about putting out to the Mopar universe for sale.
One (1) 1955 Plymouth Savoy, seems to be all original, with a clean Massachusetts open title.
Told it runs, came with an engine build receipt, but not verified yet. Still all 6 volt stock. Complete, air cleaner to oil pan.
One (1) 1957 Chrysler Imperial, very rusty frame/rear end section, with what appears to be the original, never removed
from the car, 392 Hemi drive train. I've been wanting to do a Hemi build for a long time, and bought the Savoy for the transplant.
I have heard/seen the Hemi run prior to purchase. Looks all original, from air cleaner to oil pan, less generator. The car was rotting/rusting around
the frame/drive train, so it was completely removed. Drive train (engine/trans) is currently inside my garage, still bolted to the frame. Complete
rear end is covered outside.
From what I have, vehicle VIN is: C5711425
Engine serial number is: CE5711545
Carburetor brass tag is: 2590S
Distributor is filthy, I'll clean it off and get that number.
Included with this package is a dual quad factory intake, casting p/n: 1733477
and four (4) Carter AFB/WCFB carb's in various rebuild conditions. My original plan was to remove the
stock intake/carb and run a dual quad set-up.
asking $15,000 for everything.
I'm one hour south of Boston
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