Magnus707

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About Magnus707

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  1. What size are you looking for? Wire rims or ?
  2. Rare parts have stuff to these, https://shop.rareparts.com/search?year=1934&make=DODGE&model=DELUXE
  3. No I hasn't been successful at all. Mid last week I sent an email to the address you proposed. Not answer yet. Also tried their facebook page, messenger and their website.
  4. I have sent the Shaun an email so I will wait a couple of days for his replay.
  5. I bought them directly from the FCRC site. Was it a long time since had contact with them?
  6. Thanks for the contact info! I bought some front suspension parts to my Dodge -34. It’s Rare product. I understood that they are a reseller for Rare products. Shaun is he running FCRC Machine or what role do he have?
  7. Hi, Anyone having any experience from dealing with FCRC Machine, http://fcrcmachine.com/ Bought some stuff from them, haven't heard anything from them since then.
  8. Thanks for all response! The issue for me is to find a fram living in Sweden. I have after some detective work found a frame from .-35. Would it be possible to find a fram from -36 in US?
  9. Hi, Anyone knowing the difference between car frame from Dodge 1935 v.s Dodge 1936. I have a Dodge -36 coupe. I plan to buy a Dodge frame from -35. Will it fit? I know that font cross member in the front is different but otherwise? Regards, Magnus
  10. Maybe you already solved this. If not it should be driven out by hand. Alternatively you take the not out on the other side if you have done that. Somet time the pin screw comes out at the same time.
  11. I am looking for some parts to my Dodge. Front and rear bumper Bumper guards and bolts Tail Light for passenger side, driver side might be interesting as well Ram ornament Chromed grill shell Horn trumpets
  12. I believe there was a R10 transmission 1953 which was with overdrive. They did not use floor stick. I have one in my Dodge coupe from -36. It was just bolt in. Only issue was to transform it to floor stick. If you can find one I would recommend it. I never took out the engine.
  13. Thanks, I know that the fabric isn’t correct. I believe it was done in the 70s based on the cars history. I haven’t been able to find any photos of the front seats. I believe it should be bucket seats in a 2-doors sedan, which is different compare to 4-doors sedans and coupes. I am not sure. I plan to redo the upholstey. Out of that what material and color was used at that time and what pattern, buttons etc was used.