1940_Dodge

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  1. Can you provide some names of the suppliers you're thinking of?
  2. Thanks tried calling but no answer, I'll give it a shot tomorrow.
  3. Hi, I'm in SoCal for a week trying to help my sister with my dads 2 MOPAR cars, he recently passed away. There are some really basic things that need to be done to them (weatherstripping all around is gone or rotted, window guides are missing making the windows bind, etc) to keep them protected as good as possible while we figure out where we are going to end up keeping the cars. My question is, is there a parts store in southern california that I can call and see if they have these items? I only have 5 days here before I have to head back (S. Korea) and would like to get as much done as possible. I've looked online and it seems all of the parts stores I could find were on the east coast. The cars are: 1970 Plymouth Fury sedan C body 1971 Plymouth Satellite sedan Thanks
  4. Hi, I'm in SoCal for a week trying to help my sister with my dads 2 MOPAR cars, he recently passed away. There are some really basic things that need to be done to them (weatherstripping all around is gone or rotted, window guides are missing making the windows bind, etc) to keep them protected as good as possible while we figure out where we are going to end up keeping the cars. My question is, is there a parts store in southern california that I can call and see if they have these items? I only have 5 days here before I have to head back (S. Korea) and would like to get as much done as possible. I've looked online and it seems all of the parts stores I could find were on the east coast. The cars are: 1970 Plymouth Fury sedan C body 1971 Plymouth Satellite sedan Thanks
  5. Hey everybody, looks like I wont have my 40 dodge done in time for my wedding on Oct 29th this year. I was hoping to have it done so we could use that car to go from the ceremony to the hotel where we'll leave on our honeymoon. Would any of you guys on here be willing to get free dinner/gas payed for, to get us to the hotel in style? I'm looking for late 30's to early 40's model years, thanks for being awesome!
  6. My dad actually restored a legitimate 71 Fury police car with the growler and everything. He was able to trace the VIN back to the department that operated it. LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT (LASD) - PLYMOUTH FURY by Navymailman, on Flickr
  7. Was this still for sale?
  8. That's too bad you aren't farther south. If it's still for sale in 5 months, I may be moving closer to make it worth it.
  9. Every picture I have seen of a D14 Dodge the front bumper does not have these two upper portions. Was the a bumper from another model car, aftermarket addition, or a homebrew setup from a guy pretty good with metal working? http://i.imgur.com/BVgR1.jpg (Hi Res)
  10. Could you imagine, coming out from your basement or back from a trip and seeing your hard work, pride and joy, the product of your hobby in pieces beyond repair? I would have a heart attack.
  11. What would be the best way to keep moisture from affecting the metal then? I thought the primer would cap it. Also, this would protect it from UV damage right?
  12. Just an update, primered the side to be hit by the sun and freed up a locked brake drum.
  13. Thanks for all the replies, I am missing the lower flywheel cover and didn't put 2 and 2 together and I am also missing the battery cover. So the owner must have thrown all of that into the trunk for some reason and just never put the parts back together.
  14. Can anyone help me ID these? I know that E is the base of a bumper jack but the others I have no idea.