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  1. Have now taken delivery of Black raw material so trails can take place in the next few days.
  2. With 26,300 posts 1 mistake is allowed, keep the good work up John.
  3. Thank you gents for your quick response I now have all I need and confirmed that the image below is not correct for my search.
  4. Thanks John, that ties in with the 39/41 Plymouth script that I am familiar with. Reg, I will get back to you later by email, sounds good.
  5. Can you please either send me a message or post a photo here. Thanks
  6. Sorry John, lost in translation, it the "DODGE" script I'm looking for.
  7. I am trying to find out what the 1939/47 DODGE Hood emblem looks like for the 1/2 Ton Pickup, any chance one of you gents could post a photo for me. Thank you
  8. Not meaning to high jack this post but here are the photos; just waiting for black raw material to come into stock.
  9. Shortly to become available for PD, PE and DA Coupes Rubber Grommets for luggage rack. These may fit other Chrysler models of 1933/ 34. These samples in white and currently waiting for the black raw material to come into stock. Contact me by email or add to this thread.
  10. Will add you to my list. Thanks I'll also posts some photos up later.
  11. These rubber Grommets will be available soon, not quite to the original spec but pretty close have produced in natural but trying to locate black. The fitting of these is not easy if fact the originals over time would start to split where they are stretched over the angled section where they bolt on to the rear frame member, I suggest that washing up liquid be used as a lubricant or a petrolatum jelly otherwise you could break a nail. please contact me via the email option. These sample parts in white will accept a coating of rubberized paint should that be of interest .
  12. The guy with this part is on eBay his user name is hotrod-charlie base in AB, really nice guy to do business with. Hope it works out for you both. Should you not be able to find him search 1934 Dodge hood that's a listing he has current.
  13. Have now been advised that the DA Deluxe used the same suspension, the bushing parts are confirmed by Rare Parts listing the same for Plymouth and Dodge.
  14. Was there a Dodge equivalent part:- Looking for a R/H Steering Knuckle for a PE/PF pt # 627213 preferably an early if I have a choice. Around April 34 they upped the size of the King Bolt by 1/16". I have an interchange book that covers up to 1933 which of course is no good for this one, I'm thinking that the left and right are the same apart from the position of the steering lock stop. The thread could be built up and machined back to original but would prefer to find a replacement that hasn't been subject to welding Thanks for looking
  15. Looking for a R/H Steering Knuckle for a PE/PF pt # 627213 preferably an early if I have a choice. Around April 34 they upped the size of the King Bolt by 1/16". This part was also used on the Dodge DA. Thanks for looking
  16. TomP

    Got me a 41 truck

    Have made some progress with producing repros for the Hood Emblems, hoping to cast samples in the next couple of weeks. the photos below are of version 1 which wasn't correct and version 2 is at the printers.
  17. Not wanting to tread on anyone's toes but I have L/R hand PD head light stands, now if I can model them up in 3D, I can 3D Print them and then cast in aluminium from there. Have not looked at the horn brackets for a while but if my memory serves me right the bracket is 3/16 m/s bent to shape? Regarding the 34 stands think they mount at 90° to the PD fenders. Am also working on 33/34 Coupe Luggage Rack Rubber Grommets and 39/41 PT Hood Emblem Script castings.
  18. Can't wait to see it in full colour, you have the wiring loom in as yet, loads to do on these cars to bring them back but you have set a very high standard which all takes time and money, will the rad grill be chromed? Will continue to watch with interest.
  19. TomP

    1934 PE ??

    Hi Chris, yes it's all a matter of opinion and personal preference, as I am able to find any detailed information on the Flame range it's almost make it up as you go, Jim Benjaminson has written a couple of All par articles on the subject but they don't touch on specific details. The front fenders don't have the pockets to accept the spare wheels and to be honest I wouldn't want to over up the hood side door vents. one spare, only one will be mounted on the side of the bed. Still a long road to travel on this one yet,hoping it goes shot blasting in the next 2/3 weeks but that wont include the bed or rear fenders, I am going to attempt producing my own rear fenders, the one that came with it are 37/39, have the buck made ready, a lot of wheeling and hammer work ahead. http://www.allpar.com/history/plymouth/1934.html http://www.allpar.com/squads/history.html Watch this space.
  20. TomP

    1934 PE ??

    Mystery solved it's the background that is throwing the colour, possibly not helped by using a camera phone?
  21. TomP

    1934 PE ??

    Oh dear not over the chip problem yet, needs an expert, 1st photo in daylight, 2nd in shadow, another trip to the paint man. I wonder if the background colour has anything to do with it. Who said you won't see another one coming down the street.
  22. TomP

    1934 PE ??

    Thanks for your encouragement Jim, it has a little metallic in it for good measure, I think your chip looks closer than mine. The plan is to keep the fenders Black but that could change nearer the time. I'm pleased, which all that matters.
  23. TomP

    1934 PE ??

    Some of you will be aware I have a problem determining the actual colour of the 1934 PE Flame cars IM1384 Carrotte No.3 , also found the DeSoto equivalent again a 1934 colour. Taken a while for my paint man to come up with a sample and here it is. No way of knowing if it's correct but at least it a start.
  24. TomP

    1934 PE ??

    Found this on http://www.uniquecarsandparts.com.au but no way of knowing if this is the same shade.
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