Dodge1934

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About Dodge1934

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    I have 2 cars a 1934 dodge and a 1919 mclaughlin... the 1919 is a work in progress

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  1. The diameter of the hole would be useful.. also if you have an idea of the brand Hupmobiles used that would be useful as well
  2. Just another difference with the light six.... tire size there is 32*4... if somebody has a set of those I would be interested.... even new ones are getting harder to find,
  3. looking for original 1919 light six Mclaughlin literature ( not ads) Canadian.
  4. Did you get one? i have an extra one as well Let me know... I think mine is off a 1932 plymouth
  5. The 86 and the 86 com are the same heat range , the 86 com is a bigger diameter and longer body than the 86 I have lots of 84 plugs if you are interested in a cooler plug. I have some hotter plugs as well but this is all I have in the 86 range Don
  6. Hi Steve I will dig them out and get a picture to you. If you could send me you zip code I can get a postage cost as well. Thanks Don I found 3 86 com plugs and 3 86 plugs. the 3 86 are all from different manufacturing dates. sorry I don`t even have a complete set for you.
  7. Hi Steve I will dig them out and get a picture to you. If you could send me you zip code I can get a postage cost as well. Thanks Don
  8. I like to sell on this site but sales are very slow. even the number of views is modest. I buy any where and every where. I do like doing swapmeets but my nearest one is 5 hours and a couple are a 12 hour drive... really hard to justify with the price of fuel and the modest sales at the swap meet. sometimes you do find some interesting package deals to buy and that is good. Generally the cost of doing this business is getting too high to justify but I love seeing my friends and talking cars for the weekend.
  9. Dodges and Plymouth in the early 30s also had free wheeling transmissions. I do have the free wheeling knob off a plymouth but it would need an extension added to be useful... the knob is fine and is nickel finish. Does not have FW on it as I recall.