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  1. dep5

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    Some people spend all their time on the internet and respond to every post. Google is a great tool.
  2. Obviously my post hurt your feelings. Sorry I left a bad taste in your mouth.
  3. Not directly related to tolls, but who else thinks the PA turnpike mile markers positioned every tenth of a mile is proof that someone's brother-in-law owns a sign company. Personally, I think it one of the dumbest ideas to come down the pike.
  4. This pair of fenders in good condition with light surface rust came from Colorado and have been hanging on the wall for over 20 years. Seat pan is included in the price of $400 for the pair. Will not separate and cannot not ship. Fenders must be picked up near Tipton, IN. What you see is what you get. Not interested in peanut gallery comments, no other parts, don't ask. If interested send Private Message as I don't check in often. Thanks, Dan
  5. Loss of mail was the final blow to private passenger service. It bankrupted the industry from coast to coast in 1967.
  6. Thanks, no specific parts book source named but these are good part numbers and note that at different times Chrysler Corp issued separate part numbers for painted, enamel and prime Chrysler Master Buyers Guide issued Jan 1, 1933 Index C-1-12-70-2 Card 6 Date 11-17-32 Sedan, Rear fender right, 1930 CJ and CJX (export) 336322 enamel Index C-1-12-78-2 Card 9 Date 11-17-32 Sedan, Rear fender left, 1930 CJ and CJX (export) 336321 enamel - - - - - - - - Chrysler parts book Issued in June 1934 for all models prior to 1934 Sedan, Rear fender right, 1930 CJ and CJX (export) 336322 painted Sedan, Rear fender left, 1930 CJ and CJX (export) 336321 painted - - - - - - - - Chrysler parts book Issued in Oct 1939 for all models 1929-39 Sedan, Rear fender right, 1930 CJ and CJX (export) 780922 prime Sedan, Rear fender left, 1930 CJ and CJX (export) 780923 prime - - - - - - - Dodge parts book Issued in June 1934 for all models prior to 1934 part numbers not found - - - - - - - - Plymouth part book is at the shop, will look up later
  8. Was the excise tax paid on these brackets? Peckat lawsuit with history
  9. 1934 Plymouth PE-PF are same, also1934 Dodge DR, DS, and 1934 Chrysler CA-CB. I have parted out several 1934 Plymouths. $40 ppd PayPal works for me. check your private messages Thanks, Dan
  10. Wanted to Buy, PM if you have one for sale. Thanks
  11. A photo of the broken part might help. I searched my 1937 Hollander automotive parts Interchange book and it lists 1922-28 Big six but gives no interchange for the complete rear axle assembly. Under the interchange for differential, model 33,35, Big Six-35 & Royal 8-37, and early 37A are listed together along with various trucks and DuPont. A note says there is no data available for the case. This must be a pretty heavy duty differential. Search the internet for the Chandler Cleveland Motor Club. Someone will help. Maybe someone can bring one to Hershey and arrange to get it shipped in a container along with parts purchased by other European hobbyists.
  12. Some countries have records of imported automobiles. For example, I was able to obtain information on every 1931 Chrysler Imperial imported into Sweden. WWII bombings might have destroyed such records in Italy, if indeed they existed. Several years ago Dr. Molari (RIP) sent me a photo of a 31 CD roadster in Italy and I'll try to find it. For you, it is worth a try to explore government records. Good luck