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  1. Mid to late 1930s Chrysler product may fit Plymouth Dodge De Soto and Chrysler Posted yesterday on Buffalo Craigslist for $35 or reasonable offer
  2. Your research is a great help Dave thanks! Now I need to post it somewhere so that a late 30s needy Mopar person can put it to good use.
  3. Can someone please identify this item which I recently found in an attic? I'm guessing automotive before about 1938 or perhaps a pick up truck. I checked a number of shop manual's looking for something with eight bolts but no luck. Thanks!
  4. Dipstick 1937 or 1949?

    Thank you Kornkurt for your rapid reply and the good news that I can use the dipstick in either engine! Since the oil pan was off the 8 I was able to see the dipstick Full Mark lining up approximately with the top of the oil cleaner rim. Later with the oil pan back on I added 5 quarts of oil and noticed the dipstick was at the full Mark like it should be. Thanks again for this valuable Flathead Forum
  5. I have a 1937 six cylinder and a 1949 Straight eight but only one dipstick and I do not remember which engine it came from.. Could it be the same for either engine? This is my first attempt to try using this forum hopefully I have submitted my information properly. I do not have either car just the engines with transmissions which are in running condition thanks!