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You can't really tell how bad the rest of the frame is. If it is just that area I would repair it and keep driving.
Actually the 57 Plymouth does have a complete frame. You could unbolt the body and change frames on those cars.
It's a 1959.
Low 14s with the 318. Low 12s with the 426 with a best of 11.89. The 318 had Jahns pistons, Hedman headers ( they actually made them to fit 57-59...
Car has a 440 with a 4-speed. The fenders are fiberglass and is has an Econoline straight axle that was installed in the late sixties. I ran it in...
I'll find some more and post them when I can. Thanks for all the welcomes.
Long time Mopar owner. Have owned my 1957 since 1964.
Location: Long Island, New York