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  1. Good old fleebay in completed listings http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40%7CR40&_sacat=0&_nkw=1934+Plymouth+Windshield+crank+mechanism&LH_Complete=1&rt=nc
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    1934 model B

    ​Nothing to do with me, just thought I would share http://kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/4810975036.html]​
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    1934 PE ??

    Found out today that the shape of the cowl is pretty much the same profile as my PD hood, only had one side of the hood and no rad shell. thing that's puzzling me with the PE/PG being the last of that body style? Why would the hood profile have been changed so late in the day. Think I'm right in saying that the PJ was a retooled body design.
  4. And another set:- Click for= http://ebay.com/itm/1933-1934-Plymouth-Dodge-upper-WINDSHIELD-HINGE-/191479472304?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item2c9510e0b0&vxp=mtr"]Hinges
  5. Hi Dave, the 34 1 1/2 ton 9260280 is the cab I could do with photos of where the cab fixings are at the front and where the column goes through the firewall. The Dodge panel Photo #4 do you have a full side view of it someone in Quebec has shown an interest.
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    33 Plymouth

    You were sorely missed Mr T we struggled through but it was difficult at times. Take it you were taking a break.
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    33 Plymouth

    PE=114" PF=108" PG=108" Not sure on the build numbers but my figures came from a reliable source. Thanks.
  8. Hi, any chance of measuring the opening where the windshield fits , Im having a problem identifying my cab but there's a lot on yours that looks similar even down to the very small cut-out around the column , also mine has the front fixings to the frame close to the 'A' post. Thanks
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    33 Plymouth

    PC =107 PCX =108 PD = 112 PE =114 If ply33 stops by he may direct you to his site almost a wikipedia of early Plymouth's.
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    1934 PE ??

    Hi Dave, happy new year, if you look at post #49 photo 3 my front fixing is along side the 'A' post, it has the single bracket in the centre of the cowl for the radiator supports and just a very small cut-out for the steering column. Do you also have any idea how much clearance there should be between the firewall and the block. Thanks for your help.
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    1934 PE ??

    It would help me if I had some photos of a 34, 1- 1/2 ton cab relating to the cut-out for steering column and the front fixings to the frame. I have found that the cowl vent is exactly the same as a PD Coupe. N C Components are looking at the screen surround as well.
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    1934 PE ??

    While researching the 1934 PE range I was directed to one of JB's Allpar articles which mentioned " An interesting model available to dealers at announcement time was the Flame Cars, so named because of their burnt orange color (the factory called it Carrotee No. 3). The cars were unique." Just wandering if anybody out there has any photos or prints of these cars, https://www.allpar.com/history/plymouth/1934.html Thank you and good fortunes for 2015.
  13. ​I found this piece of info but can't comment on it's authenticity but agree the serial #, PF Detroit build 1859001-1894740. " Plymouths were assembled in Mortlake Road, Kew from 1932 to 1939 and badged as Chryslers, being given the names of London suburbs such as Croydon, Richmond, Kew and Wimbledon. From 1934 onwards the engines comprised a 3.3-litre six for the Wimbledon and a 2.8-litre six for the Kew."
  14. This caught my eye a couple of evenings ago, Listed on Ebay as a 1934 Chrysler (Plymouth) PE Wimbledon, 4 door Sedan RHD. I checked with the owner on the serial # and it's 1891702 with an engine # PF51476, now please put me right, I am under the impression that KD builds came out of Canada with serial # starting 9? Any information would be helpful to try and understand the thinking of the people behind the Brand
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    1934 PE ??

    The front fixings of the cab are further back than I thought, almost level with the A pillar, at the front of the cab the metal has been strengthened with some 1 1/4" x 1/4"flat bent a 90° to make a bracket from the floor to the inside of the firewall. Will have to get on to NC Industries for more info on the screen sizes because a PD Sadan looks pretty close.
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    1934 PE ??

    Think it's safe to say it's not a 1/2 Ton cab, but like you say Dave the cut-out for the column not quite there and I will check that out asap. Would the bracket top centre of the firewall be for the Rad support bars, as there are no brackets either side of the cowl as on my PD and the 1/2 Ton. The fixings for the front Cab/frame are inside the cab forward of the toe board, again no brackets on the firewall side. Second photo is of the 34 1 1/2 Ton K39x4 how does that look to you, I have no ides how they compare size wise.
  17. ​Your cab looks very much like the one I've just shipped in from the states even down to where the steering column just infringes on the firewall. 1934 PE ?? I will be replacing all of the lower belt line, shipping is out ofthe question on new parts, good job I'm into making panels.
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    1934 PE ??

    Just a few more photos for you, next wk. it goes into a container as I only had the use of surf board shop for a few days. Dave any news on how much has been cut from the front of the bed.
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    1934 PE ??

    Dims. are for the opening that the frame fits into the other dims. of the frame are where it fits to the body and not the outside of the frame. On my PD it would give a 1/8" gap for the seal courtesy:- countrytravler
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    1934 PE ??

    Have the measurements for the openings relative to the PD Surround. PD at mid height 43" wide vertical at centre 10 1/2" surround is 42 3/4" x 10 1/4" Truck mid height 43" wide vertical at centre 11 5/8" Will try and get better photos of the firewall, inside cab back panel R/H Door and rear fenders later.
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    1934 PE ??

    The PD is a Rumble Seat Coupe with dual sidemounts and the compulsory luggage rack. Tomorrow I will measure both openings to get a better feel for the seal gap.
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    1934 PE ??

    ​Dave the box has been cut back to 61" , the screen surround is from my PD about an inch short in height so if I can find a cut-up similar body to put either a KU or PE complete panel from the A posts and vertically from the windshield down. The rear is Mopar but the hand brake parts may have been moved backwards from the trans.
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    1934 PE ??

    Thanks for the reply Dave, it's a Plymouth tailgate but on the box the cab end is not reinforced for the wooded side rails to fit into, later I will see if there is a square cut out for the timber upright to fit into.
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    1934 PE ??

    Hi Scott, the sides of the hood are good, the problem comes with the top, it's about 1 1/2" short at the centre. the rear drums are about 12" dia with the same PCD as the PD, if you look at the photo in post #1 you will notice the large foot pedal so I think its had an auto in the bay at some point. My feelings are that it can be but back to near stock but will never be stock, I paid what I could afford to lose and it does keep my day full.
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    1934 PE ??

    Now that it's home I can start to find out what it actually is, over time it's been cut about a bit but most things can be mended. Can you identify this rear?
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