Ron Barbarino's 1941 Plymouth

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Ron's Plymouth as it appeared in July of 2014. Photo by Ron Barbarino.
Photo by Ron Barbarino.
Photo by Ron Barbarino.
Ron's Plymouth ready for paint in September of 2014. Photo by Ron Barbarino.
The car was painted 2 days before Ron left for Wildwood. Photo courtesy of Cspider7.
Photo by Ron Barbarino.
Black. This photo was taken only days before the car made it's first public appearance at the 2014 Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey. Photo courtesy of Cspider7.
Photo courtesy of Cspider7.
Photo courtesy of Cspider7.
Photo courtesy of Cspider7.
Ron's Plymouth along with a group of Iron Lords cars at the first Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey. Photo by Sondre Kvipt - Kustomrama.
Ron's coupe during the rigging at the 2nd annual Customs by the Sea, early Saturday morning. Ron and the rest of the Iron Lords car club helped Kustomrama hold the show. Photo by Ron Barbarino.
Another photo of Ron's Plymouth from the 2nd annual Customs by the Sea. Photo by Richard Toonkel.
A photo of Ron's Plymouth from the 4th annual Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey in 2017. Photo by Sondre Kvipt - Kustomrama.

1941 Plymouth business coupe owned and restyled by Iron Lords car club member Ron Barbarino of Concord, North Carolina.


1944

Ron bought the Plymouth in 2013. Having a passion for early customs, he wanted the coupe to appear as if it had been completed in 1944.


Customs by the Sea 2014 Debut

After installing a flat-six engine in the car, Ron removed the running boards on the car before he gave it a glossy black paint job. The whitewalls were replaced with blackwall tires and 16" hubcaps. The build was completed late in September of 2014, and it made its first public appearance at the first Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey in October of 2014.That version featured a deep brown and lighter tuck and roll interior.






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