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  1. I put a few dabs of silicone to keep mine in place
  2. That is an awesome car I have a sedan does not get that type of performance yet get a vibration around 40 mph still doping it out
  3. Steve9 will look into getting it straightened. Thanks, Lee dpcdfan I would be interested in purchasing. you can PM me at lphelps47@gmail.com Thanks, Lee
  4. dpcdfan I would be interested in purchasing. you can PM me at lphelps47@gmail.com Thanks, Lee
  5. Thanks guys. Geez Uptown that looks correct, I'll check that one out. Thanks, Lee
  6. All, Looking for the elusive 1936 Dodge sedan artillery wheel. The one with the flat gusset plate. Have attached photo. One of the old rims is bent, I know they are weak. I bought the primered one on line not the right fit for original hubcap. Cannot seem to find one on line. Thanks for any help. Lee
  7. I know this is a late reply do you still have any of these wheels? 36 Dodge 16" x 6" . Looking for one have a bent rim. Thanks, Lee
  8. Car coming home from the shop this week I will check, towards end of week
  9. Then and Now re vulcanized my motor mounts for a 36, however did swap out my emergency brake parts, would not fit, had to have them rebuild my original brake shoes. Little extra down time.
  10. Back in the shop for additional work. Motor mounts (for more floating power) gaskets, seals, parking brake rebuild, tune up, points and plugs, Work on wipers. Hope to have it back the end of the week. I want to drive 55.
  11. Kiltie green looks like the color of my 36 D2 engine block
  12. Forum: What would be the advantage, if any, to having an antique plate in Massachusetts. I have a perfect 1936 MA plate that came with my D2 when I bought it. I have read over the application paperwork several times and inquired to my insurance carrier. The written rules for the antique plate seem quite restrictive to club events, maintenance runs, not for transporting people or goods, etc. However the rules may not be strictly enforced. Maybe there is some relief on inspection? I will reach out to local club "Spindles Car Club" and see if anyone there has any input. I love the pla
  13. Nice car found it on youtube. Danny claims there are only 5 registered in the US? Maybe it is the long wheelbase model? I heard a clip of his 1936 D2 TS starting up at Torres car show sounded like there may be something under the hood other than stock L6 bit of a rumble coming from down under. Very short clip hard to tell.
  14. Then and Now Auto in Weymouth, MA will re-build your rear wheel cylinders and have all the remaining parts for complete brake re-do. Part of South Shore Customs in Plymouth, MA rebuild on my 36 D2. Brakes work great little different to use thaan modern power brakes. They will even do a panic stop, lock em up. Beautiful convertible
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