PlymouthPE

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About PlymouthPE

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  • Birthday 09/29/1951

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    Toronto, Ontario Canada

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    Owner of 1934 Plymouth PE Deluxe 4 door sedan

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  1. The area behind the front seat is pretty generous in a sedan and if all else fails maybe the seat track could be relocated further back to provide adequate leg room.
  2. Looks solid and was stickered up to 2016 No idea of value but for comparison purposes here is one in Canada from 1951 in similar condition. https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/saskatoon/1951-nash-stateman-airflyte/1422517568?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true
  3. http://www.then-now-auto.com/
  4. How did you raise and lift the body off the frame?
  5. Try loading this from Plymouth Owners Club mag. It has a lot of useful accessory pictures and info. http://www.plymouthbulletin.com/DVD-Plus/Issue313s.pdf At the moment it does not want to load for me so I cannot direct you to the specific accessory information pages.
  6. Looking at the front wheel cylinder brake hose brass connector and could use 2 if available. Can pay Paypal if willing to ship to Toronto, Ontario Canada M9C 5B9. Please PM me with costs for items and shipping . Thanks Stephen
  7. Panel is bolted on but is not currently being reproduced by the usual suspects likely due to it's size and complex curvature where it connects at body and fenders, not to mention where bumper attaches. There is likely a demand for this as many sedans are out there while the ones currently available are for a coupe. Put me down for one when and if it ever becomes available.
  8. You could also try Gary Goers if he is still operating. He is the go to guy for Imperials. http://www.garygoers.com/
  9. Just out of curiosity why no shipping to Canada? I believe I previously bought these from you and there was no issue with paying the shipping.
  10. As stated by "ply33" the adjustment screw is sensitive and on my 34 Plymouth there was no sound at all from one of the horns until a slight turn of the screw.
  11. I checked the running board on my 34 Plymouth PE 4 door sedan and the dimensions of mine are 53" long x 13" wide at front x 9" wide at rear with only 8 ribs instead of the 9 on yours.
  12. Not mine - just passing along as it is not often cars of this vintage come up for sale in these parts, namely southern Ontario, Canada. https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/london/classic-car-collection/1331594554
  13. Currently listed on Ebay with a starting price of $9,500. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1937-Buick-Roadmaster/322999669724?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649
  14. If you think back to the hood removal effort when an errant scratch may not have been that significant a doubling of the effort on the install errs on the side of caution. Rustle up as many warm bodies to steady the 4 corners and one for front center to protect the rad/grill shroud etc.