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    1930 Dodge DC-8 Coupe
  • Birthday 07/29/1971

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  1. I am considering buying a set of four fenders that are in Pensacola FL and am wondering if anybody going to Hershey is passing through there? Please let me know if you can help. regards David
  2. I am looking for 18" lock rings of the heavy duty profile, see attached photos. Have a 5/8" notch 1" in from the end. Any help would be sincerely appreciated.
  3. Hi Harold, no the one I bought was a 1930 Dodge. This DeSoto was a great car but needed a paint job.
  4. I was at Hershey, but didn't see these!!! I have not seen the S connector before-does anybody have a close up photo of one?
  5. I am still looking for four of these lock rings. Coker does not produce this profile unfortunately. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. Thanks, that would be great. I do know that these were used on the 1930 Dodge DD-6 and DC-8, the 1931 Dodge DH-6 and DG-8, the 1930 Chrysler 66, the 1931 Desoto SA and the 1931 Plymouth PA -but I do not know who made them!
  7. I am looking for a sidemount lock the same as the one in the photos, any help would be greatly appreciated. regards David
  8. HI Rick, thanks very much-it looks to be an exact match, as you predicted. That is great news! regards David
  9. Hi Rick, thank you very much for this great information. Its good to know that the trunk lid is correct (at least in terms of construction). I'll see if I can find a copy of 'The Plymouth Desoto Story'! David Neivandt
  10. Hi John, thanks for your input-much appreciated
  11. I am looking at a CK-6 Business Coupe that is for sale. It appears to be early production, engine number CK 1808, serial number 5,000,580 body number 377-77. What surprises me is that it has the narrow radiator shell of the K series, not the wide shell that I thought was on the CK series. It does have the lights on the front fenders, and a mechanical fuel pump that I believe are correct for the CK. The engine number is stamped on the driver side frame above the pitman arm so I presume the engine, frame and body are original. Could Desoto have phased in the wider shell such that early CK
  12. I don't suppose he has wire wheels?
  13. I am happy to report that the fenders have found a new home-thanks everyone for your help
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