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Mudgy

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About Mudgy

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  1. OK thanks. Looks like the hammers get dragged out & dusted off then.
  2. I was sure '36 and "37 Dodge/Plymouth rear guards are the same; - are '38 rear guards the same as '36 - '37? There are some '38 rear guards in 'glass available - may mean saving time on bashing out very damaged originals.
  3. OK thanks; I mentioned it may be smarter to leave it alone, seeing as it's unmolested. If it were a hunk a junk, then it could have been rodded.
  4. Hello, A friend of mine has discovered a 1937 DeSoto coupe that has had all the mechanicals fully restored, this includes chassis/brakes/steering/suspension. The body has been media blasted, and etch primed. The guy who owns it says it owes him 10k so far, and he also reckons there's only about 22 of these known to be in Australia. All the body jewellry is there, etc... but the upholstery would need a birthday. What would one of these cars be worth these days if the resto was finished? I told my friend if it's that much complete, and a bit rare, DO NOT rod it, finish the resto, and see what i
  5. I was pointing out the hood catches, Einstein. Forget the fasteners. And they're not torx, just socket head cap screws. The old cheese head UNC screws were cut off due to being siezed. So you're not confused, just ignorant. Hence why I am ditching this site; A narrow minded one eyed boys club with nothing better to do than waste bandwidth with pointless banter.
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