Plymouth Suburban

In today’s sea of 1950s Ford and Chevy-based customs with high-profile builds and unlimited budgets, it is refreshing to see a very unique platform for a street rod. Based on a rare, rust-free and original two-door 1952 Plymouth Suburban Station Wagon, this fun and funky street rod combines clean, original styling with modern mechanicals, amenities and drivability, plus room for up to six and their gear.

This car was auctioned off by RM Auctions in November of 2010 at the Robson Estate, Gainesville, Georgia.

383 cu. in. Mopar V-8 engine, Weiand intake manifold, Demon carburetor, three-speed A-727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission, independent front suspension, live rear axle, and four-wheel hydraulic brakes.

Source: RM Auctions
Photo Credit: Copyright Darin Schnabel

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Plymouth Suburban