1952 Plymouth Cranbrook club coupe
“the blue moon”
1949 Chevrolet Pickup
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About “the blue moon”
1952 plymouth cranbrook 2dr club coupe
About “Son's ride”
1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 ton Pickup affectionately called the "Bull Nose" is a great looking pickup. Sporting an elegant 5-bar grille was one of America's most stylish post-war light trucks.
Specs for “the blue moon”
218 c.i. flathead six manual trans 3 on the tree restored by me
Specs for “Son's ride”
Engine: 1974 350 Chevy, with a set of 400 heads, an edelbrock performer intake and an edelbrock 600 carburetor
Cam: crane, blue fame, hyrraulic 280-443
Transmission: 1974 350 turbo out of a school bus
Frame: sub frame from a 1977 Buick Skylark. From the cab rearward the stock frame remains
Rear End: is from the same 1977 Buick
skylark, gear is a 323
Tires: 195x75x15 up front and 235x70x15 out back
Wheels: old type slotted mags, these wheels came off an old drag car from the early 70's, if you look close at the back wheels you can see the holes tht the screws were in to hold the slicks to the wheel to keep them from spinning around the wheel as the car did burn outs
Paint: sea haze green "urathane PPG concept"
Factory Options for “the blue moon”
Factory Options for “Son's ride”
No factory options listed.
Mods for “the blue moon”
repainted and inside restored. powerflow motor overhuald. trans resurfaced new breaks.galvinised steel floors and runner boards
new headliner door panels kick plates arm rest new carpet all done by me
Mods for “Son's ride”
Tailgate: Hand made with seat belt latches to hold it closed.
Door openers: There's one opener on the bottom of drivers door. You must have a key to open it. It works off a cable that goes to the original door latch.
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