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  1. I am looking for parts, or parts car to replace the front body mount section on my 37 dodge coupe. The part that I'm talking about is on the front of the cab where the firewall goes straight down to the body mount . it is a piece of pressed sheet metal behind the front cowl that attaches the front post of the cab to the rocker panels. i think that the coupe, and sedan are the same for this piece. I need both left and right that are not rusted out. Thanks
  2. Thank you for your feedback, I will take it into consideration. Any other opinions out there?
  3. I am getting ready to spend a substantial amount of money for Sheetmetal replacement parts for my 1937 dodge brothers coupe. I have looked at SRPM, and the Plymouth Doctors websites for replacement panels. Does anyone here have an opinion as to who makes better parts, or has the best quality for the dollar. I'm not expecting miracles, and I am very aware that the final fit, and finish will be up to me. I will be replacing almost all of the floor pans, and lower body panels. Thanks.
  4. I'm still looking for a couple of parts for a 1937 dodge coupe restoration. I need the rear window garnish molding, and also a trunk prop rod assembly. Any help or point in the right direction would be appreciated.
  5. Dave, if these are still available, do you know if they would fit a 37 dodge coupe?
  6. do you still have the 37 dodge grill for sale? thanks,
  7. I am getting ready to order some reproduction body parts, and have checked out 2 particular vendors online. SRPM, and the Plymouth Dr. seem to both have the parts that i will be needing. Floor pans, front cowls, rocker panels. Has anyone here had experience good or bad with either of them, and are there any preferences? Thanks for the feedback.
  8. I am needing a rear window trim(garnish molding) for a 1937 dodge coupe. please let me know if you can help out. Thank you
  9. Parting out a 1937 dodge 4 door sedan d5. Parts available for sale left and right rear vent windows. 40.00 ea. Left and right rear vent window garnish trim 30.00 ea. left and right back window glass with garnish 30.00 ea. left and right rear ash trays 30.00 ea. left and right rear door window regulators. 30.00 ea. left and right rear door latch mechanisms. 30.00 ea. left and right rear grab handles 30.00 ea back side of front seat grab rope with complete ends. 40.00 left and right rear door window garnish tri
  10. Yes I did look. The dust pans are in poor condition, the left side is partially rusted away. I thought that I sent pics, but I guess they didn’t make it. I’ll try again
  11. I’ll check this afternoon and let you know
  12. you dont happen to have any running board antennas by any chance?
  13. John, i can take pictures of the molding for you. it will not be a complete set, as i needed the trim pieces from the front end. All 4 doors, and the rear quarter molding is complete, and in good condition if your interested.
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