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Robert Soule

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About Robert Soule

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  • Birthday 08/25/1962
  1. More helpful and useful information... Many thanks, Robert
  2. Still looking for a replacement 6 cylinder head for my '28 Series 62 Chrysler, head number: 56524-4 U Many thanks, Robert
  3. Thanks for the information, clears up a question I have had from the day I purchased the car.
  4. Many thanks, the bearing gentleman in NC had the seals I needed and they are already on the way. Nice guy too!
  5. Hello, my head has the number: 56524-4 U cast on top of the cylinder head and the motor has the number: M 95464 stamped on the side. Hope that helps! Many thanks, Robert
  6. Thanks very much for the information, I will call them tomorrow!
  7. Looking for rear axle seals, both inner and outer for 1928 Chrysler, Series 65, 6 cylinder. Also would like to locate a good 6 cylinder head for the same 1928 Chrysler. Many Thanks
  8. Hello Marks, Only Crown Imperial long wheelbase sedans and limousines were 12 volt in this time frame. Standard Imperials were 6 volt positive ground until 1956. Good luck, Robert
  9. I need the right front power window regulator for a 1962 Chrysler 2 door. A New Yorker, Newport, or 300 will all work. Thanks, Robert Soule
  10. I am and have been a WPC member for about 25 years. It just so happens that I am President of the Tennessee Valley Region of the WPC Club at present. I have watched the classified ads in the WPC publication and corresponded with a few folks over the last couple of years but unfortunately, to no avail.
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  12. Need a cylinder head for my 1928 Chrysler Series 62. I have a friend looking for several items for his 1926 Imperial. He needs shocks, door handles and a visor. Thanks, Robert Soule rms@chryslercrazy.comffice:office" /><O:p></O:p>
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