kelseydum

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About kelseydum

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  1. This is the original rear end and a random part I'm not sure of. I never knew they had a solid straight axle in that decade... Very cool. I have the leaf springs and shackles too... And the drive shaft with coupler and spring. $300 or best offer.
  2. The guy I bought the car from called and said he found some more parts for it... Ill let you know if that switch shows up or if there are any
  3. Keiser31, This is the only switch I found near the steering column... up under the dash. Here are some windshield posts off of a Model T (I think).
  4. running boards and an extra dash I believe came out of a Ford...
  5. Okay, I'm finally on my home computer. Let's see if these pictures will post.
  6. Sorry Keiser31, I got busy yesterday. Ill email this pics to you here within an hour or two. Thanks for your patience.
  7. I have plenty of pics but can't figure out how to load pics. I'm on my phone... Do I need to go to the film site or something or can we even post pics?
  8. Ill try to get you some pics tonight. Thanks.
  9. Forgot to mention parts are in Little Rock, Arkansas... 72120. Thanks.
  10. I bought a 1931 Desoto and will not be using several parts. These are all original, matching numbers, parts. 2 Front fenders 2 running boards 2 rear fenders Inline flathead 6 (complete motor w/ bell housing, shifter, emergency brake lever, driveshaft and original carb) Front I beam axle, 2front springs, all steering linkage and steering box. The steering box moves freely and works very well. I also have around 10 of the original firewall push tabs. I have a few other random parts including a couple model a/ model t parts. I will piece it out or sell everything for $1000. Kelsey Dum 501.765.2166