Holley MoParty 2021: Kevin Weigand’s Hemi-Powered, Nitrous-Infused 1933 Plymouth Coupe

1930’s hot rods are cool. And because you can build one a jillion different ways, with a myriad of different styles and powerplants available you can build an old hot rod any way you like. With that said, the standard 1930’s hot rods are primarily Fords because they built so many and they are so popular. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t still Pontiac, Chevrolet, Dodge, and Plymouth stuff around too. Hell, there are all kinds, but you certainly don’t see a 1933 Plymouth Coupe very often. When you do though it should be Hemi-powered like this one right here!

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When you are surrounded by legendary muscle cars and some of the wildest late-model machines that came from Ma Mopar, it’s almost easy to overlook a hot rod like Kevin Weigand’s 1933 Plymouth coupe. At least, until the throttle blades crack open and everybody gets to hear the sound of 605 cubic inches of nitrous-snorting Hemi power as it lines up for another blast down the dragstrip! https://www.holley.com/products/ignit… https://www.holley.com/products/nitro…

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