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  1. Not an expert, but 37s Plymouths/all 37 Mopars will drive you nuts. They used a lot of 36 parts till they ran out at 4 or 5 locations, not counting the roll your own flavors for off shore /exports. The 37 Mopar parts book to include Canada) was published several times and reads like the Washington Fish and Game book of regulations. Before this serial number and build date, this plant /that model. So many contradictions and cavoites. Then they got in this safety kick and changed the dash, mid year. Keeps me out of the Bars.
  2. I believe they came both ways in 38. 36 on the fenders, 37 off the grill shell , 38 the same. All thought there seems to be some variants of down and back (all else the same). 39 into the fenders. caught the rake.
  3. I made a stab at humor, If they looked at cars I own, that would have been a hint.
  4. Did you mean P3? The triangle piece the handle goes through. Pan head screw w washer each corner I believe.
  5. My boss at EDS was being placed in the crypts for cremated remains that day just across from the Pentagon. The plane that hit the Pentagon almost scraped the top of the trees to our right as it went by during Ray's service. The resulting explosion and back blast, made a lot of the summer dresses hard to hold down. Several folks are alive today because they were at Rays service and not at their desk in the Pentagon. I did not take this picture, a neighbor of Rays did on the way out. We could only leave through the Post.
  6. 36 and 37 are pretty much the same a central lever that engages both rails at once via two stiff rods and catches/ratchets. 38 the controlling lever is at the side of the drivers seat and uses a long rod with gears to keep the seat moving evenly. I've not saved any 39 parts in the seat area. I suspect bolt pattern is the same for connecting rails to the floor. Not sure what the 39 system looks like.
  7. Have a good floor pan, few minor rust points in driver rear. Or is your problem the removable kick plate that the gas pedal attaches to? this came from a 37, should be the same as a 38. Have a trunk lid for 38 coupe and front bumper.
  8. Sold a couple years ago to a fella in Tenn
  9. Keiser is right, can count on one hand when he wasn't. I still have the hood. I have a grill shell and The radiator. Also the hand crank. Also removal middle floor plate. Also 5 or 6 of the rims, fixed spokes. For sale a complete hood for a 1932 Chrysler 4 dr CI serial number of car 65633xx, minor surface rust one minor dent and one minor bent vane. Have pics of all the above. Harold
  10. I sent you a message. I have a ton of material for 37. Check out the serial number and make sure its not a 38. I also have the wiring diagram which is a great help. I'm rewiring the 37 in the driveway 4 Door and I had it enlarged so I can read it 3 ft away. I have the service manual for 36 to 42 in a pdf 122 pages. Your running boards look repairable. Glad to help. Harold
  11. Man Cave items? Both for 5.00 and the ride. Threads are perfect on back. Borrowing verbiage from those folks helping to identify. The hubcaps are 1934- 1941(?)stainless steel 1.5 ton truck caps. Harold
  12. All three for 10.00 and the ride. Some pitting and a coat of black paint. The 8 1/2 socket/handle is marked Blackhawk 4021 small 2. socket is about 3/4 ". The off set one is 12 1/2 and marked 2336 at the 1" spanner end, socket is about 1/2 ". The speed socket is marked Blackhawk 9/16, 6118. Borrowing verbiage from those folks helping to identify. "The "Internet Archive" has "Blackhawk" tool catalogs for different years: https://archive.org/details/1931blackhawk/page/n11/mode/2up 1931 catalog has: #4021 is a Ford Model A - connecting rod wrench. #
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