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  1. Do you have part numbers?
  2. Hi Joe, have a look at these. The reflector I had only suited the sealed beam, so I had to find replacement reflectors. The chrome rim was also only suited for the sealed beam. The original is a very thin piece which slips onto the end of bucket opening. Check your glass as it may be different. You need 3 angle ones and 3 brackets which takes the spring inside a spring. Hope this helps, let me know if you need more photo's. Peter
  3. Hi Joe, I have done exactly what you are doing. I will get some pics for you. Peter
  4. Bob, 1936 Desoto Airstream has 650 x 16's or at least mine does and they were originals when i removed them. Peter
  5. WTB one override pad in reasonable condition to be used as a mold to re-manufacture replacements. Nee it to scan and create a mold. Hope to produce a set for myself, the provider and some extras to on sell. I have seen some in the past that were sold on Ebay, have tried to locate information on who produced them but had no luck.
  6. Hi John new accelerator pedal on Ebay $59 correct number, Peter https://www.ebay.com/itm/1937-38-Dodge-Desoto-Chrysler-NOS-495993-Gas-Accelerator-Pedal/133533480588?epid=1829951459&hash=item1f1737368c:g:bnAAAOSwyfpfdJ7x
  7. John, click on link that 30DodgePanel attached it goes straight to the engine mount, still available. Peter W
  8. Hi John, There is a mount on Ebay search 36 Dodge they are asking $73. Regards, Peter W
  9. How hard is it to set up and Airstream section, then everyone will be happy.
  10. Hi, Does any trim go over the curved rubber? I have a 36 Desoto with aluminium insert on Richards body.I would need postage to Australia. Thanks, Peter
  11. Hi Joe, ?This is on Ebay at the moment do a search 1936 Chrysler $25.79. Casing Length 24" Cable length 70"
  12. Thanks everyone so much for your advise and knowledge, all set for my next stage of getting old silver back on the road.
  13. So trying to get my head around this. The diff oil would be different to the oil used in my engine being thicker? keithb7 mentioned GL-1 which I understand to be gear lubricant and ok for brass? I don't believe my diff has the brass. I am not a mechanic but learning from those with the know how. Off to the shop tomorrow so I want my shopping list to be correct.
  14. This may be just a simple question, I have had my differential rebuilt for 36 Desoto and have read a bit about correct diff oils to use. It appears that oils now compared to 80 odd years ago are yards apart. Could someone please guide me or recommend on their experience the correct oil to use and the amount required, I don't want to over fill it and create other issues.
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