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48 Plymouth start-up video
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    48 Plymouth start-up video

    Finally got the 48 up and running. Leave it to me to take a perfectly running car (restored less than 5k miles ago), and tear into it. I lowered it, converted to 12volts, detailed engine, and installed a "built by Moose" header intake system. After a lot of work it's alive again.


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    Taking a perfectly restored 34 Plymouth and doing almost the same thing. Already swapped trams for A833 and speed goodies on the flattie. Next is lowering her and this winter, chop I think
    ***previously owned by a nymphomaniac who only used the back seat***
    Mikie "Moonshine" Merritt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonshine View Post
    Taking a perfectly restored 34 Plymouth and doing almost the same thing. Already swapped trams for A833 and speed goodies on the flattie. Next is lowering her and this winter, chop I think
    Sounds good, we have to make them our own.
    Here are a couple of shots of car and engine.




    And a shot of engine before I fabbed the linkage.


    Close up of linkage.

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    A shot of the dual exhaust and rebuilt driveshaft. Had to stagger the Thrush mufflers to keep things tucked up and not scraping.


    And a shot of intake exhaust setup.

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    Pretty sick homey! I will post some pics of mine this weekend!
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    Yeah looks cool man!

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    I like the car. Sounds good too
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    ***previously owned by a nymphomaniac who only used the back seat***
    Mikie "Moonshine" Merritt

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    Very badass buddy. Can you get more pictures of the home made intake? I picked up a old cracked Edmunds intake for my flathead 6 for nothing but think im just going to just make my own when I get around to working on it again.

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    This is the only picture I have of it off car.


    This is the guy that made mine.

    http://www.manifoldsbymoose.com/home/plymouth-dodge

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