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About wldavis

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  1. Marc, Try AMS Obsolete in Fairmount, GA. Go to their website and send them an email or call. They probably have these parts if they are stock MOPAR pieces.
  2. 42319DB34, Did you see the one that was for sale on eBay back in 2016 from a fellow in Blacksburg, VA ? It didn't sell. Might be (probably is) a long shot, but you might want to contact the seller (elijah12012) and see if he still has it or knows the location of one.
  3. I am definitely no paint expert, but the metal on your mufflers looks like it has been galvanized. The process (galvanization) is intended to stop rust. I do not know if you can successfully paint over galvanized metal. Back when i was a kid, my dad got me to paint over the galvanized gutter system on our house most every year, but house paint back in the '50s & '60s (enamel) would not stay on it very long.
  4. Great find, Joe. I know you will have fun with it. Send us more photos as time permits.
  5. Not a '64, but this car is for sale on a local used car lot, or it was yesterday. Zip code 35630.
  6. Well, that's odd, as I just went to the NAPA on-line store and it listed 10 spark plugs that were an "exact fit" for your car. Among those listed were the Autolite 295's that I think are in my Plymouth now. You may need to make another visit to this store.
  7. Alfa, I did several searches on this topic and could find nothing. There was this "block" of time beginning in 1991 that ran for several years that was known as "Tier 1" for emissions standards. One site referred to the "block" of time (years) prior to 1991 as "Tier 0" or "pre-Tier 1", but the earliest table I could find with the information you need is from "Tier 1", but I don't think that this van would have to comply with "Tier 1" emissions. NOx emissions for Tier 1 light duty vehicles was 0.97 grams/mile for vehicles heavier than 3,750 lbs. but lighter than 6,000 lbs., if I read the table correctly. -Bill
  8. Michael, The arms and blades for your car are shown in the Andy Bernbaum catalog.
  9. Bill, If you do a google search for that dealership, you will see a "hit" where the dealership was mentioned in an article written by Dean Yates in the Carolina Regions' (Plymouth Owners Club) newsletter. Dean may know or know of some dealer items for sale. http://clubs.hemmings.com/carolinaplymouth/85_PlyNews.pdf This article was from February, 2016.
  10. Two fuel tank reproducers in the internet list a tank that fits a 1933 or 1934 Dodge or Plymouth, coupe or sedan and state 14.5 gal.
  11. misterc9, So, this Mercury has the optional 3" brakes, but they were offered for the front only ? The front brake drums are the 5X5 bolt pattern and the rear is 5X4.5 ? Or does this car have 3" brakes all around ?
  12. My dad (b. 1915, d.2013) with his 1941 Nash and in his USMC uniform during WWII. The best dad a son could have.
  13. future, i received an email from Kanter Auto Products in Boonton, NJ. I thought about looking for 3" wide drums for your car as they had an advertisement for brake parts. Yes, they do offer a 3" wide drum for your car. But, you should contact them to make sure the drum has five studs on a 5" bolt circle.
  14. NAPA Auto Parts shows brake shoes in the 2 1/2" and 3" widths for a 1959 Mercury Monterey, but only drums in the 2 1/2" width.