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1964 plymouth savoy, for sale.

1964 plymouth savoy body, x race car shell, no engine, or tranny, no hood. has a 1967 plymouth belvedere 8 3/4 rear end. has bench seat. has 4 speed pedals. charcoal metallic paint. great body work just needs buffed or sanded down and repainted what ever color you desire. . . has extra chrome and arm rests in trunk, solid trunk floor. comes with bumpers, seats and fender well headers. i have too many projects . this beast has gota go.


 


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