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  1. Thanks to all who helped me identify my Plymouth as a 1929 U model. I had no local takers for it whole, so I just listed it as available for parts on this site under the "buy and sell" section of Chrysler. Hopefully it can be a good organ donor. If you need parts or spares for your ole girl, shoot me an email. Richard
  2. Well, I tried to sell the whole car locally for $2000 and nothing came of it, so if anybody could use parts it's looking like that is the way I will go. The car is serial #GC346P. The wood was completely rotten and the car was stripped down years ago. The motor turns easily (head off) though valves are stuck open. No transmission. Gauges are nice, doors pretty good sheet metal, fenders not as good. Let me know if you want pictures of specific bits and pieces. Parts would ship from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Richard
  3. Hey all, this GM heater was installed in a 1929 Plymouth I bought years ago. Tag says "GM Oshawa and HC-01-47" If anybody knows what it fits or is in need of one, throw me an offer. I'm up in Edmonton, AB Canada.
  4. Excellent, thanks for that. At least I know what it is now! I am trying to sell it all complete (though disassembled) locally first ($2500 CAN$ = about $1875 US) but will part it out if nobody wants it. (I had given up on it as a Hot Rod, so it didn't occur to me that others might be more brave) Thanks all.
  5. I've got the motor in a crate buried under a mountain of junk, lol. Does the number on the dash tell us anything? GC346P I believe it says. Also, the rad emblem says "Plymouth Made in Canada" under the white sailing boat. I had no idea they also made them in Canada. I suppose Plymouth sent up the panels and let us Canadians fell some trees and build the rest of the car, lol. Perhaps the worlds first "kit car"!! You supply the wood!
  6. Hi all, Can you experts tell me, just by looking, if this is a 1928 or 1929 Plymouth? Q or U? (Or tell me how best to determine). I received it years ago from my father (since passed) and had intended to restore it, but on disassembly the wood turned to dust, lol. The project was well above my abilities and so it has sat in pieces. I think its time to advertise the pieces, thus the need to know what exactly it is! Besides identifying the car, if anybody could throw out a ballpark value for a door, a frame, a motor, I'd appreciate it. (I'll guess out th
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