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  • Birthday 06/18/1954

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  1. Hi, I am in the process of cleaning out my fathers estate of extra parts and pieces. Hoping to get some help identifying a pretty complete convertible couple top with bows. See pics attached. Also 3 splash aprons in decent shape, 1 pair and 1 passenger side, I believe. He was mostly involved with classics, Packard and Chrysler Custom Imperial, but had others as well. The parts will be at Hershey this year, hoping to establish some kind of value. Thanks for the help in advance!
  2. 1929 Model 75 Roadster. Stalled project. Engine and all mechanicals rebuilt, chassis painted, wood is done. Runs good. 95% complete. (missing 2 top bows, fuel and temp gauge faces, (temp works!), trim strips on trunk rack, lock mechanisms for sidemounts)). Some chrome done. New wiring, sill plates, running board trim. Needs a fair amount of finish body work to be paint ready.$18,000 Call for details, Skip Perkins 203-410-4590
  3. Hi, Do you still have a pair of Lovejoy front shocks for '29 Chrysler? I am definitely in need . Let me know how to contact you, or call 203-410-4590 Skip Perkins. Thanks!
  4. Hi, Needs for my Model 75 Roadster: Front shocks Drag link? (goes from steering spindle to Pittman arm) Bumper medallians Bumper end bolts (go vertically and hold the 2 bars together) Gauge faces (white or black), fuel gauge as well. Rain gutter that is on front edged of rumble lid (I know, probably a reach there!) Skip 203-410-4590 Thanks!
  5. Thanks for doing that. Never know where it may lead. Thx
  6. Selling for a friends estate, do not know on history except what I see. Appears to be an older (70's 0r 80's) amateur refurbishment on what was a pretty solid original car. Original floors still in place, a few patches here and there, but not too bad. The paint is decent, but with nicks and scratches from use over time. Chrome is presentable for a driver, but light pitting starting. The top is in excellent shape, could use a light cleaning. Seats may be original or recovered long ago, not sure. They need a good cleaning. No side curtains present . It has a brand new rebuilt '35 flathead with 0 miles. Starts and runs great, no smoke or noises. Fuel system cleaned, brakes work, lights work on an aftermarket switch on dash. Car runs and drives fine. Shocks are present, but not hooked up, may need rebuilding. New front floormat and some new wiring included. $22,500 or Best Offer Skip 203-410-4590
  7. Hi, looking for parts for '29 Chrysler Model 75 Roadster. Need draglink, front shocks, interior door handle "cups" and handles, full width rear bumper for car with side mounts, fuel sending unit cover. Thanks for checking Skip 203-410-4590
  8. I just purchased my 1st vehicle that has contracting external band brakes. It is 1926 Chrysler G70. The car has been sitting unmoved for 45 years and the front brake bands seem to be stuck to the "drums". So the car will not roll. Can't figure out how to release the band's?? Any ideas! Thx
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