Lot 2007
1933 Plymouth Custom Street Rod
Lot Details & Additional Photographs

VIN: PC109911@1849664 Mileage: 2600 miles

With a 406 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 engine and 700R4 automatic transmission with overdrive and B&M Mega Shifter. The all steel body was mated to a frame utilizing the suspension, brakes, and front/rear members from a C3 Corvette.

A body-off restoration was completed, and the frame was painted black. The all steel body was painted red with undercoating to the fenders. Suicide doors were fitted with power windows, and the roof was chopped. Air conditioning was installed. Michelin tires were fitted to American Racing Torq Thrust II polished aluminum wheels and the calipers painted red. The interior is finished with tan leather and carpet with adjustable seats from a later car. Auto Meter and Sunpro gauges were fitted to the painted dash with a polished bezel, and an AM/FM/CD player resides there as well. The Corvette steering column is present and features adjustable tilt and length.

This lot subject to reserve. For this lot, payment accepted only by wire transfer. 15% Buyer's Premium for LLA live-online and absentee bidding. 20% buyer's premium for live internet bidding through Live Auctioneers. For winning bidders in NC, license plate and titling of vehicle will be obtained by Leland Little Auctions NCFL# 7452, provided all applicable fees and taxes are paid.

From the Estate of Glenn (Big Dog) Marshall Redmond Jr. Greensboro, North Carolina.

He was an all star kicker at NE Guilford High School who never missed a field goal, musician, trophied pool player, fisherman, and father. A 29 time winner of The Big Dog Shootout at Piedmont Dragway in Julian, North Carolina. A race car owner and driver, his cars were well known regionally. Stories tell that his twin turbo Buick Grand National was finally banned from racing at Piedmont, as he couldn't be beaten. This led to further twin turbo bans. He was known to lift the wheels of his cars during starts and was nicknamed Superman, because he made his cars fly. His other race cars included several Buick Grand Nationals, a 63' Split Window Corvette in Superman livery, and a Camaro he called the Strawberry Rocket. He collected other cars and motorcycles, some of which are presented here.

Quality of fit and finish of restoration is excellent, with many custom modifications; recently serviced to include fuel system cleaning with carburetor rebuild, oil change, new battery, all four brake calipers and brake master cylinder; low mileage example with restoration completed in 2008; a photo book is included to document the restoration; lots of chrome and billet aluminum pieces; recently serviced, after remaining in storage for many years; runs and drives as expected.

Overall wonderful condition, with few areas of concern; undercoating to fender wells is peeling in places; A/C blows cold.