’63 Plymouth Gasser Is A Wicked Mopar Build With A Cool Flame Job

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If you love the beauty and style of old school gasser, then here’s a sick ...

If you love the beauty and style of old school gasser, then here’s a sick Mopar build screaming nothing but speed and irresistible style. It’s a 1963 Plymouth hot rod with an unusual color scheme and flame job looking so cool you’ll all sure love it.

Green is a color that doesn’t come often to mind for use as flames. Well, if you are wondering if such color does really work, this Plymouth has the answer. It’s got a nice flame job in metallic green applied against a bright orange paint and it sure rocks it like a boss. It’s a straight car featuring whitewall tires, great stance and an exhaust coming out behind the front wheel. And the hole in the hood with a blower coming out completes the wicked feel and character.

A look in the inside reveals a setup that’s nothing but all business. It features all the nice goodies of a track car including a roll bar and race car seats.

This ride is called the “426 Max-Wedge Stage II” and the name suggests a Mopar engine is sitting under the hood. You think so too? Check it out for yourself with the video below.

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