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  1. 1933 Plymouth PC FS $9800 Color Black and Blue Location: Bucks County, PA. John Perry e mail jjperry29@outlook.com 215-534-5632 The previous owner got the car in 1968 and passed it on to his daughter in 2005 He had painted it and did some interior work. It needs to be helped in the interior. To the best of my knowledge the drive train has not been touched. I know it need a valve adjustment. I have the gaskets. His daughter put new wires and points along with a elec. fuel pump. I have put new front wheel cyl. and rebuilt the rear cyl. and the MS. It needs a front drum and the they will all have to be turned. Put a part of a new floor in along with seat adjustment and a dew front seat frame. Rt front door latch has been rebuilt along with new window weather stripping. All electric has been gone over and all lights work and all gauges. Not sure about gas sending unit. Front left fender has been repaired. The front push out window needs repair and weather stripping. Have varies extra parts. e mail me with any further questios.
  2. The car is sold 1933 Plymouth PC FS $9800 Color Black and Blue Location: Bucks County, PA. John Perry e mail jjperry29@outlook.com 215-534-5632 The previous owner got the car in 1968 and passed it on to his daughter in 2005 He had painted it and did some interior work. It needs to be helped in the interior. To the best of my knowledge the drive train has not been touched. I know it need a valve adjustment. I have the gaskets. His daughter put new wires and points along with a elec. fuel pump. I have put new front wheel cyl. and rebuilt the rear cyl. and the MS. It needs a front drum and the they will all have to be turned. Put a part of a new floor in along with seat adjustment and a dew front seat frame. Rt front door latch has been rebuilt along with new window weather stripping. All electric has been gone over and all lights work and all gauges. Not sure about gas sending unit. Front left fender has been repaired. The front push out window needs repair and weather stripping. Have varies extra parts. e mail me with any further questios.
  3. The cowl vent is done. Had to remove the entire vent. The handle was bent and had only one screw holding the handle to vent. The screw was not tight. You could not tighten or loosen the screw. I drilled it out and tap the hole, put it all together, lubed all the hinges. Put the PLY33 spring in, and now it's great. While I was under the dash, I took out the instrument panel, it need some love'n.
  4. PLY33 you are the man. I had no idea it was a compression spring. I thought it was a extension spring. I think I have the fix. Thanks so much greatly appreciated.
  5. I got the vent open and it looks like the screws that hold it to the mechanism are accessed through the outside. There was no screen on the vent. I know there are parts missing. PLY33 mentioned a spring. Can you tell me where it goes. There is a handle with a headed pin on it that looks like it goes against stationary bracket with a notch in it. So I think a spring holds the handle back against the notch. I don't know the size or exactly where the spring goes. Can anyone answer this or what other parts may be missing.
  6. No window on 33, just beg fenders.
  7. I have 1933 Plymouth PC. I think I know how to adjust the valve. I have owned other L6 engines. I want to know if the can be adjusted with the manifold on? It looks as though it would be hard to see.
  8. Thanks PLY33, All good info. I think I will remove the instrument panel It looks a lot easier to work on that way. It also loks like a rats nest in there from whoever work on it. Thanks again. By the way my drivers side window and luck are finished along with my front floor and seat. I rebuilt the wood structure on the front seat.
  9. The cowl vent is not working. I would like to remove it to repair it. Does anyone Know how to remove it? Will I have to remove the instrument panel to work on the mechanism? Also does any one have a diagram of the way it works and parts?
  10. The more I look at this I do not believe the tracks that have go with this car. I am confused as if the 1933 Plymouth PC came with a adjustable seat. An old Plymouth bulletin I have reads 1933 with adjustable seat, I have other literature that says the deluxe model only, that is the PD. Can anyone tell me which is right. Then I will proceed with this project. The rails that are attached to the bottom of the seat frame are not parallel, so they are not part of a slide.
  11. I do not know if these are the proper slides. Nothing was in the proper place when I took them out. I am assuming the way they work. The slide on the bottom has the lock and the top does not. I think the two bars go on top of the frame for the bolts to go through for stability. Like I said no holes that are in the frame line up. I think the slides mount to the rails that are under the frame, but the holes don't line up.
  12. I removed the front seat of the 1933 Plymouth and found it has an adjustable seat. It didn't work and I think it was put in so it wouldn't work. In trying to figure it out there out there are no holes the line up with the mechanism. I can remount it so it works, however I don't know if parts are missing. My question is: there is no lever to rotate the locking part of the seat. I can make this if I have to. The big question is there a rod that goes from drivers side to the passenger side of the seat for a have a locking mechanism. The slide that is in there now has no locking feature. If it locks on one side only I see the side able to move.
  13. Thanks all the door is a finished. I pined the square shaft to make it work as a no lock door. Window and latch work great. I wil look for another handle with a lock. Now onto that front seat. I do not think it was adjustable on 1933 PC. I am now the next smartest guy on that door.
  14. Update: The widow is out the repaired lock latch is back. Waiting for ne channels. I pretty much went the route of Graham Man. Had window all the way up then released the regulator. Moved regulator to the right (toward hinge) to release right roller from track. Lowered the window and regulator to where I could see and removed left roller out through a notch in the bottom of the track. I did need assistance in all of this. My wife held the window while I removed the regulator. Now I have another problem other than getting this back together. The door handle with lock: I have no key, but may have a local locksmith to help. Right now the square shaft turns within the handle, so the handle turns and the shaft doesn't. Any suggestions? I would like to thank all of you for your help and knowledge. What a relief when that widow came out and that lock went in.
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