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  • Birthday 04/24/1947

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    Barnstaple England
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    In retirement spend most of my spare time working on my 3 Plymouths, introducing the grandkids to life long skills and trying to be a good person. Active life is a healthy life.

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  1. Hi Tim, have known Wayne since 2012, always very helpful. Your car being a Canadian build you wont be able to get a Chrysler Historical Build Card, story goes that when the Windsor Plant was shut down some of the boy had a bonfire and the microfiche slides were lost. You could get a letter from them stating that the serial # is within the 1938 build production. (I have this for my LA bult PT125) What would have been useful to you would be a follow on from ply33.com but sadly that stops at 1937, it covers the first decade of Plymouth production. have fun with your project. Tom
  2. Can't value the Cab but I know a couple of guys that would pay good money for the stainless trim on the nose provided it's reasonable.
  3. Just found this one on eBay item # 201561738434 . Have no personal experience with this supplier.
  4. Waiting for more photos to check condition.
  5. Looking for 33/34 Plymouth/Dodge R/S Coupe seats. Front bench and Rumble seat cushion and back spring box.
  6. Managed to find the safe place I'd stored the brackets, I want to get a short video made before I offer these for sale.
  7. More info can now be found here :- https://ctrestorations.com/
  8. TomP

    1934 PE ??

    More info can now be found here :- https://ctrestorations.com/
  9. Hi Arian, Thanks for your interest, when I'm next out at my unit I'll get some bits together for an updated photoshoot. Not easy at the moment with Covid19.
  10. Hi Gents, these are available if they are of interest, they will fit the PD, PE, PF & PG Coupes, not sure if the Dodge Coupe had the same rear valance but sure someone will chip in. For the last 3 yrs I have a pair of these nailed to a piece of timber sitting on the top of a container to make sure the elements will not affect them. When lockdown is through I will take a ride out to my unit where I think I may have approx 10 pairs.
  11. Hi Keiser31, Just seen this postI live in the UK and have only since Christmas replicated one. Shipping cost would have killed it, not the weight but the volume. Thanks anyway 3 1/2 yrs later
  12. Not sure if this is correct but it's from paintref.com
  13. Scott, thanks for your answers they are very useful as it had no welting at all when I bought it, still have an amount to do. Both sidemount covers need repair and I have parts for the sidemount iron to machine and adapt from other models, would like to think it could be this year but it all depends on how many times I trip myself up with the 2 others I'm working on. Good to know your PE still going forward Tom
  14. FENDER WELTING. 33 R/S PD Coupe About to start putting this one back together, need some advise on where the Fender Welting should go or perhaps where it shouldn't go. At the moment the body is 2" off the frame, no panels are bolted to the body and the running boards are not attached to the side sills (rocker panels?), at the rear, the valance is ready to bolt to the trunk floor. If possible an order of assembly would be useful. Look forward to your advise.
  15. You could always try to contact him through the Plymouth Owners Club Inc. FaceBook page, you will have to join the page first. https://www.facebook.com/groups/POCNational/
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