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  1. I am looking for a set of the small, triangular shaped filler panels that were used where the lower corners of the front and rear doors meet on a 1956-57 Pontiac four door. The picture shows what the panel looks like, thanks Gary
  2. Hi, Yes i do still have the floor pans available, if you can tell me you zip code I can tell you what the shipping price would be. thanks gary
  3. I sold a pair of rocker panels to a customer that has a 1959 Lark two door wagon. The original aftermarket company that made these rockers listed them as fitting all 1959-60 Lark two door cars. From what I have found researching the Larks the two door wagons had a wheelbase that was 4.5 inches longer than the regular Lark cars. Am I correct in thinking that my rockers would be too short to fit the wagon models? All of my 1959-60 Lark rocker panels are 69.5 inches long, both two door and four door rockers.
  4. This pair of body repair panels are designed to replace the floor pans in all 1957 -60 Ford pick up trucks. The panels are die stamped from .043 thick sheet metal by engineering and manufacturing services in Detroit MI. The panels are $150 each, the price is plus shipping PayPal is available for payment. I can ship a pair of these panels to North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin or the upper peninsula of Michigan for $15. I have many other other body repair panels available for these trucks, if you need something else please inquire and I will let you know if I have what you are looking for.
  5. I asked my Chevy parts expert about this bearing and he suggested that you check sources for Chevy alternator bearings, they used the same bearing that the generators did. Good luck Gary
  6. Hi, I have rocker panels that were die stamped back in the 1950's for the Chevrolet four door cars, the attached pictures show the passenger side panel. I also have a NOS pair of inner rocker panels, I will have to look for the pictures on my computer to send them to you. If you want you can e-mail me direct at rockerking57@yahoo.com. You can also call me at 262.424.5286. thanks Gary
  7. These pictures show a NOS quarter that I have that I am sure fits 1954-55 Olds 88 cars. From what I see in the crash book the Holiday four door hard top had a different quarter than the four door sedan. Does anyone know what the difference between the two models would be on the quarter?
  8. This set of body of body repair panels are designed to fix the rust that is so commonly found in the rear corners of the cab on 1957 1958 1959 and 1960 Ford F-100 pick-up trucks. These panels are die stamped in the USA by Engineering and Manufacturer Services from .046 thick metal. The panels are $235 for a pair. The price does not include shipping, Paypal is available for payment. I have thousands of other body repair panels available for cars and trucks made from 1939-1964, if there is something else you are looking for please inquire and I will let you know what I have available.
  9. This pair of body repair panels are designed to replace the rear cab corners on all 1957-60 Ford F-100 pick-up trucks. The panels are die stamped in the USA by Engineering and Manufacturering Services from .046 thick sheet metal. The price does not include shipping, paypal is available for payment.
  10. I am trying to find out what this door skin fits. I know from the hole pattern around the door handle and lock cylinder that it is a general motors door skin. All the GM cars from the 1940s that I have seen are flared out on the bottom like the 1941-48 Chevrolet cars. This door skin is smooth all the way to the bottom with the exception of the bulged out area in the lower left corner where it wouldn’t need the fender. Does anybody have an idea of what car the door skinfits?
  11. NOS two door driver side rocker panel that fits all 1957-58 Ford two door cars along with the Edsel Ranger and Pacer models. I had this panel cleaned of the crusty old factory primer so that it is clean is it was when it was new. The price would be $200 plus shipping, if you have any questions I can be reached at 262.424.5286.
  12. Is there someone out there who can help me identify the correct application for a pair of body repair panels that were made back in the 1960's for the lower rear section of Dodge trucks? The original manufacturers catalog said that their panel fit 1956-60 Dodge trucks one ton and under. The attached pictures show the bare metal body repair panel next to a 1956 Dodge 1/2 ton front fender and even though the contours are similar the repair panel is definitely different. Was this area of the front fender shaped differently on the trucks larger than one ton?
  13. I have three of these fan blades that I was told by a friend fit the aftermarket heater boxes that you would hang under the dash on cars built in the 1920s and 1930s. Does anybody know if the fan blade that I have pictured would work in these heaters?
  14. Hi Jack, thanks for taking the time to reply, I was basing my guess on this picture that I found on an ebay auction for a 1941 Chrysler Dodge DeSoto right rear fender, if I am correct this panel would replace the bottom front of the fender where it bolts to the wheel house of the rear quarter, the two holes in the panel would for the fender mounting bolts. I assume that this car had running boards but I do not see where they would attach to the front bottom of the rear fender.
  15. This set of patch panels looks like they will fit the lower front section of the rear fender on 1941 Dodge and Chrysler cars. Does anybody know if they will work on other years of Mopar cars?
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