The 1949 Plymouth (and the '49 Mercury) have become symbolic of early American hot-rodding. From mild to wild, the "kustom" side of the old American coupés have deeply infiltrated car culture. Overall, the combination of its classic styling, availability, modifiability, customization options, nostalgic appeal, and the thriving hot-rodding culture has contributed to the 1949 Plymouth becoming a a "go-to" for hot-rodders. This 1949 Plymouth has undergone a multi year, no-expense-spared build to compete on the "GoodGuys" show circuit.
Undeniably loud, it's shaved bodywork sports a sharp metallic orange, adorned with flames and countless custom touches to the profiling of the vehicle. Roulette table wheels, air-suspension and a custom interior cap off this early American hot-rod. A notable entry into any American show, this Plymouth screams hot-rod culture.