Factory Outlets Decorative Color Coated Aluminum Coils for Curtain Wall to Plymouth Factories

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    1936 Plymouth Coupe


    The Plymouth automobile was introduced on July 7, 1928. It was Chrysler Corporation’s first entry in the low-priced field, which at the time was already dominated by Chevrolet and Ford. Plymouths were actually priced slightly higher than their competition, but offered all standard features such as internal expanding hydraulic brakes that the competition did not provide. Plymouths were originally sold exclusively through Chrysler dealerships. The logo featured a rear view of the ship Mayflower.

    VIN 02681229

    The most recent owner of this beautiful Plymouth Street Rod owned the car since 1991. During that time, he changed, rebuilt modified or replaced nearly everything from the original build.


    Rebuilt Mopar 340ci Motor

    Rebuilt 518-A Overdrive Transmission (4 Speed)

    Rebuilt 9″ Rear End with 3:50 Gears

    Posi-Traction Rear End

    Hot Rod Cam

    Manual Rack and Pinion Steering

    Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum Brakes

    Parking Brake

    Kill Switch for Electrical

    Posies Super-Glide Springs

    Mozer Axles

    Mustang II Front End

    New Polished Aluminum Radiator

    Mopar Performance Valve Covers

    Polished Wire Ways

    4bbl Holley Carb

    Stock Electronic Ignition

    Blaster Coil

    Chrome Timing Cover

    Chrome Alternator

    Fuel Regulator

    March Pulleys

    Jet Coated Aluminum Intake

    Jet Coated Headers, 2″ Exhaust Pipe

    Flowmaster Mufflers

    Polished Stainless Steel Exhaust Tips

    Trans Cooler

    High Torque Starter

    Steel Braided Lines

    Heat Wrapped Fuel Line


    Chopped 2 ½”

    Tubbed Frame – Narrowed 12″

    Cowl Vent

    Tilt Out Windshield

    Hood Can Be Lifted from Either Side, or Completely Removed

    Fiberglass Rear Fenders and Running Boards

    Steel Body and Front Fenders

    Stainless Steel Gas Tank 12.6 Gallons

    Base Coat/Clear Coat Teal Paint with 4 Coats of Clear

    Painted in 2001

    Custom Pin Striping

    Super Solid X Frame

    Body Color Painted Floorboards

    Powder Coated Painted Wheels

    Tires 195/65/14 Front, 295/50/15 Rear

    Shaved Door and Trunk Handles

    Billet Tail Lights

    Custom Stainless Steel Grille


    Lokar Shifter

    Remote Door’s, Window’s, Trunk

    Custom Overhead Console

    Pioneer Stereo

    Custom VDO Gauges

    Tilt Steering Column

    Grant Wood Wheel

    Aftermarket Tach

    Painted and Pin Striped Dash

    Power Windows

    Power Seats

    Custom Carpeted Trunk

    Windshield Wiper

    Aluminum Handles

    Nice Carpet and Headliner

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    Giving your colleague’s office or cubicle a makeover is a nifty practical joke.

    Step 1: Pick a time
    Pick a time when you’ll have uninterrupted access to your colleague’s workspace.

    Step 2: Take picture
    Take ‘before’ pictures of the workspace.

    Step 3: Cover the walls
    Cover the walls and any windows with aluminum foil. Paper the ceiling, too, if you can.

    Don’t buy the cheap dollar-store foil — this is a job for the heavy-duty stuff.

    Step 4: Wrap everything
    Wrap everything in sight — from the desk, chair, and computer right down to the last pen.

    Step 5: Refer to photos
    When everything is wrapped, refer to your photos so you can put all the stuff back exactly where it was.

    Don’t want to spend money on foil? Swipe a stack of sticky notes from the supply closet and cover every last surface with them.

    Step 6: Laugh
    Laugh your ass off as your coworker spends his morning unwrapping your special gift.

    Did You Know?
    In 2003, an airline employee sued Southwest Airlines for having her ‘arrested’ as an office prank.

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