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#1 SteveB



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Posted 03 February 2011 - 04:44 PM

If anyone needs SE parts, I have a chicken coop full of them. They are for the most part sedan parts. Email me at wileye@sonic.net
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For any model. Those for sedan only are marked (sedan)<o></o>

Door Latch Control (sedan). Both rear doors only.<o></o>
Rear Seat Arm Rests (sedan). Some corrosion. Original upholstery in fair shape.<o></o>
Front Seat Frame (sedan). Some corrosion, but restorable.<o></o>
Seat Backs (sedan). Complete. Rear in really good shape. Front upholstery has rot out at bottom. Springs OK.<o></o>
Interior Window Trim (sedan). Good shape. Windshield trim missing.<o></o>
Center Stainless Steel Exterior Trim at Rear Window (sedan).<o></o>
Rear Axle (sedan). Housing and carrier separate or together. Both somewhat eaten by road salt, but useable.<o></o>
Seat Rails with shaft. Mounting feet are corroded, need to be rebuilt.<o></o>>
Steering Wheel with Horn Button. Some minor cracks but in pretty good shape.<o></o>
Water Tank.<o></o>
Rear Exhaust Pipe Hanger. Somewhat eaten by road salt.<o></o>
Rear Exhaust Pipe Hanger bracket. Bolts on to frame.<o></o>
Lower Battery Box. Tray pretty much eaten up, but can be rebuilt.<o></o>
Windshield Hinges.<o></o>
Glovebox Door. Two instrument cutouts, but restorable.<o></o>
Front Axle. Thrust bearing surfaces need to be built up and refinished. Otherwise, excellent condition.<o></o>
Springs. No coverings. Some bronze discs missing. May need to be rearced.<o></o>
Steering Gear, Shaft, Tube and Drag Link. Excellent condition. Later model; larger diameter shaft.<o></o>
Cowl Vents with Controls. Excellent condition. Later model with lever type controls.<o></o>
Front Wheel Backing Plates. Good condition.<o></o>
Brake and Clutch Pedal Assembly. Good condition.<o></o>
Hand Brake Good condition.<o></o>
Gas Tank Straps. Includes tank hangers over the tank. Excellent condition.<o></o>
Accelerator Cross Shaft.<o></o>
Speedometer. Fair condition. Glass is missing.<o></o>
Instrument Cluster. Good condition. Water temperature is missing.<o></o>
Steering Shaft Firewall Plate.<o></o>
Battery Box Long Bolts.<o></o>
Door Scuff Plates (sedan). Definitely not show or restoration quality, but useable, very rough. Needs finishing washers on a few of the holes.<o></o>
Doors (sedan). Pretty fair shape. Bottom rust out to various degrees. Restorable.<o></o>
Left Front Fender. Rough but restorable.<o></o>
Rear Fenders (sedan). Rough but restorable.<o></o>
Sway Bar. Excellent condition but somewhat eaten by road salt.<o></o>
Wiring Harness. Some ends and netting missing. Can be used if you're willing to inspect each wire to eliminate shorts. Definitely not show quality.<o></o>
Center Tunnel. From transmission cross bar back. No front. Rear tunnel long enough for sedan, but not coupe. Piece cut out in hand brake area.<o></o>
Headliner Trim (sedan). Front missing.<o></o>
Front Floor Board. A few, not much good for anything, maybe patterns.<o></o>
Stainless Steel Door Trim (sedan). Three pieces (only three doors).<o></o>
Stainless Steel Body Trim (sedan). Behind rear door, one side only.<o></o>
Center Cowl Trim. Between windshield and hood.<o></o>
Gas Tank. Mostly corroded out. Filler neck and other parts in pretty good shape.<o></o>
Gas Tank Sender Cap. To put a modern sender in an original cap.<o></o>
H Strut. Between dash and firewall.<o></o>
[FONT="]Gas line springs. A little road salt eaten, but not bad.[/FONT]

#2 moto826


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Posted 03 February 2011 - 05:02 PM

free that is nice of you

#3 keiser31


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Posted 04 February 2011 - 01:53 AM

Where are you located?

1931 Dodge Brothers DH6 business coupe w/ wire wheels
1931 Dodge Brothers DH6 business coupe w/ wood wheels (my 1st car and still have it)
and visions of my past old cars....

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Posted 07 February 2011 - 04:25 AM

Hi Steve:
I sent you a private email. Just so you are aware of that, I'll post here, as well. Thanks.

#5 regmcf


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Posted 20 February 2011 - 06:52 AM

Hi Wiley

My name is Reg and I have a chrysler cu. I need a front right brake slave cylinder, not sure if the se is the same as the cu but I know some parts are interchangeable, need to check. I am from Australia and am happy to pay handling and shipping costs if you have one and if it is interchangeable.


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