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About classiccarjack

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    Jamul, CA
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    Mostly Mopars

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  1. This is very true, but in my case I found something I needed after someone else has purchased it. And sometimes I get the same part/car/truck offered to me from that new purchaser for up to 3+ times if what they paid for it, after the initial seller has told them about me. It's seems to be the only way that I find anything for my vehicles. Sadly my 1938 Plymouth truck is going to be close to 70K in parts. I wish that I can find and buy a complete truck first. Lesson learned... But I am two deep and only a hood, tailgate, and a grill away from completion. I will have a ton of extra parts from Dodge Trucks when I am done, so I can easily restore about 3 of those parts vehicles when the Plymouth is done. Does anyone else end up hoarding from the same circumstances?
  2. I am having a very hard time finding parts for my 1937 and 1938 Plymouth trucks. I hope to find what I need someday soon.
  3. I couldn't agree more. I plan on doing the same thing. My wife and kids are not into it like I am. I hope to get most of the cars roadworthy, and sell off the rest of the stuff over the next 20 years.
  4. Looks like a 1956 Ford F100 truck to me. Anyone else want to chime in? I am more of a Dodge guy, but I gave it a whirl...
  5. Please let me know when you get in, I will drive up.
  6. Hello Country Traveler, Do you have a 1934 PF block? I need one for my 1934 PG.
  7. Thanks Vicpanza! I appreciate this opportunity.
  8. I hope to run across one of these Dodge Trucks someday after I finish my 1937 1.5 Ton. I would love to own a bigger truck to restore.
  9. I didn't know that one... Hmmm your making my hobby more expensive! LOL I will look at my 1972 Dodge D100 to see if the data plate is there. You have my curiosity up. Thanks Craig for letting me know.
  10. Hi Craig, I have known about this, and perhaps after I restore the two I have, I may consider looking into buying a Fargo. It would be so cool to have all three brands with the same model lined up at a show for everyone to see and compare. -Jack H.
  11. I found nothing in Turlock for my projects. However, my wife faired out well. We found a set of rear fenders for her 1937 Plymouth Panel Truck and a functional aftermarket radio from the radioman.
  12. Thank you, please let me know. I will gladly drive out to pick it up from you.
  13. Do you have the entire steering from the PT57? If so, it will bolt in if complete. Do you have any other parts from the PT57 around? I need some for my Restoration. Thank you, Jack H.
  14. Thank you Scott for taking the time to show me around, I look forward to my next visit.