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Hemi57

1933 Plymouth 6.1 Hemi Build

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If you have some time check out this build by Art Pavlish of Rochester, MN. He buys a running 33 Plymouth and a wrecked Chrylser 300 SRT 8. He makes dang near everything for the car. Here is a link to his build. 33 Plymouth Build  Here are a few teaser photos.

 

 

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Hand made tone ring setup...

 

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and the electronics to run it...

 

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I used to live in Rochester and my buddy lives just across the street from Art. I have been to Art's shop and he is a real craftsman. 

 

He is in the process of getting it ready for paint. That means he will disassemble the car right down to the frame.

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For those of you that don't like wiring..... here is your worst nightmare.

 

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Believe it or not it all works and he is in the process of tearing all out to get the painting done and reassemble it.

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Got a note from Art and he credits a lot of friends with help on the build. I also got 48 more photo's that I posted to my Photobucket account. Link here

 

Oil Pan Mod

 

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Floor and tranny hump.

 

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Frame

 

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Remember this... here are some update photos.
 
Skim coat and block sanding.
 
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Shoot a coat or two or three or four of primer....

 

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After 5 coats of primer and block sanding between coats.
 
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Fenders
 
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Grill
 
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Frame
 
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Just when you think this guys plate is full.... He comes up with something different.... A Man Cave
 
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