34LaSalleClubSedan

1934 & 1935 Chrysler Airflow Tail light Stanchions. New Reproductions in Red Brass

Recommended Posts

Any of you 1934 & 1935 Chrysler Airflow collectors in need of Tail light Stanchions for your car? We have the mold made up for the right side now, part number 619938. Exact reproduction. Hole in the middle for the wires. Also, has the part number molded  on the inside of the part just like the original. Made of red brass. The original's are made of pot metal and if not already broken, they will break in the future. This is the time to order and buy.  see photo's. These are the best reproductions to date and may never be run again.

 

Also, we are in need of the left side stanchion to make a run for the drivers side. Part number on that one is 619939. If you have a original one that is not broken, or been repaired, or damage by a chrome shop and would be willing to loan it to us for a sample, you will get your original back and a perfect reproduction done in red brass free.

 

Thanks, Jim, Airflow Club member in Minnesota.

tail.jpg

tail2.jpg

MVC-004S.JPG

MVC-005S.JPG

MVC-006S.JPG

MVC-007S.JPG

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 1/1/2017 at 9:15 PM, 34LaSalleClubSedan said:

Any of you 1934 & 1935 Chrysler Airflow collectors in need of Tail light Stanchions for your car? We have the mold made up for the right side now, part number 619938. Exact reproduction. Hole in the middle for the wires. Also, has the part number molded  on the inside of the part just like the original. Made of red brass. The original's are made of pot metal and if not already broken, they will break in the future. This is the time to order and buy.  see photo's. These are the best reproductions to date and may never be run again.

 

Also, we are in need of the left side stanchion to make a run for the drivers side. Part number on that one is 619939. If you have a original one that is not broken, or been repaired, or damage by a chrome shop and would be willing to loan it to us for a sample, you will get your original back and a perfect reproduction done in red brass free.

 

Thanks, Jim, Airflow Club member in Minnesota.

tail.jpg

tail2.jpg

MVC-004S.JPG

MVC-005S.JPG

MVC-006S.JPG

MVC-007S.JPG

I have interest in buying a right side mount. Our left side is good but I'll have to look at to see if it's good enough for creating a mold. Do you know what dollar figure is yet for purchasing? 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Jim, 

Have , Original , left and right  , '34 Dodge Brothers , 

head lamp brackets 

tail lamp brackets ( coupe , sedan fender mounted , bumper mounted) 

considering have those reproduced , 

the detail quality of your item is remarkable . 

Interested in vendor info , in event you w/b willing to share . 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 1/1/2017 at 9:15 PM, 34LaSalleClubSedan said:

Any of you 1934 & 1935 Chrysler Airflow collectors in need of Tail light Stanchions for your car? We have the mold made up for the right side now, part number 619938. Exact reproduction. Hole in the middle for the wires. Also, has the part number molded  on the inside of the part just like the original. Made of red brass. The original's are made of pot metal and if not already broken, they will break in the future. This is the time to order and buy.  see photo's. These are the best reproductions to date and may never be run again.

 

Also, we are in need of the left side stanchion to make a run for the drivers side. Part number on that one is 619939. If you have a original one that is not broken, or been repaired, or damage by a chrome shop and would be willing to loan it to us for a sample, you will get your original back and a perfect reproduction done in red brass free.

 

Thanks, Jim, Airflow Club member in Minnesota.

tail.jpg

tail2.jpg

MVC-004S.JPG

MVC-005S.JPG

MVC-006S.JPG

MVC-007S.JPG

 Can you pm me I am looking to do some other parts same process, looking for costs? 

Thanks

steve

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now