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  1. Great Photo Dave and thank you for sharing it with me. I don't think I have this one but will check my pictures and see. Spinny, There are a couple of photos, that I have seen, but not much detail in the photos - just rough road map is all I have seen. I am trying to find as many pictures as I can of the car so I can try to put a bit better map of it's travels together and with each photo, I look for new hints of where it was taken and try to figure the trip it was on. It is quite a project, but a fun one and when I find a picture I don't have, it sure is fun to examine and research. Still looking but not a lot out there to be found I guess LOL. Thanks for the interest and the help. Bob
  2. I do not have any of that kind of information but if a guy could find such a list, it would certainly be of great help. Great idea and now, something more to hunt for LOL.
  3. I am looking for the center vertical trim strip for the grill of my 1935 Chrysler Airstream CZ 8. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
  4. Great Dave, Which photos do you have? I have some already so looking for different pics to help track the travels of the Marathon Car and to confirm it was in those locations.
  5. Looking for original photos of the 1930 Dodge Marathon Car. Need for a research project I am working on. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  6. Thanks for this information Near, I will be waiting to see what they have. I appreciate the response to my needs.
  7. Looking for original photos of the 1930 Dodge Marathon Car. Need for a research project I am working on. Any help is appreciated
  8. Pickup fenders are different but the passenger cars should all interchange. I have a set of twin side mounts and they came off a 4 dr sedan and fit on a coupe just fine. If the price is fair and you want it, I would say go for it. Just remember, there is a lot more to a side mount spare than just the fender and you will need the hardware and mounting parts for the hardware. If you have all the right parts, it is not a hard job to change out the fender. Drop me a note if you need some photos of the needed parts to make it right. Good luck
  9. Thank you Matt for this great information. I am finally in a position to spend some money on my cars and the Galaxie is now in a private shop to get started on it. I really appreciate the help I get from people like you in the clubs and hope I can pass on the help I have received. Thanks again
  10. Does anyone know where I can find information on what options were available and what the cost was for them on a 1963 Galaxie 500 XL convertible? Thanks for any information or advice.
  11. Thanks for the info, I will certainly keep it in my files. My convertible was shipped to L A, Cal and was then brought to AZ where I bought it. It sat outside, unprotected for some time and does have some floorboard rust that will require some replacement - but a lot. The body is really solid with little real damage and quite repairable without replacement. My wife and I hope to enjoy it when it is done and have both waited a long long time to get started on the restoration. Thanks again, Bob
  12. I have owned a 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL convertible for longer than I like to think about - but, I decided it was time to let someone else take it into their shop and mostly restore it to original. It has a LOT of the options on it from the factory and I just want to feel it under me - going down the road again. While the Ford is being done outside, I will begin work at home on my 1936 Dodge rumble seat cp and do what my health will allow me to do. Just way past time for giving my cars some attention.
  13. Sorry, I should have put the year in. It is a 1963 Galaxie 500 XL convertible. Thanks
  14. Hello all. I am in need of at least one original wheel for my XL convertible. What is the width for the original 14 inch rim and does anyone know where I might find one in Arizona? Getting ready to start the restoration on my car and want to locate and obtain the parts I know I am missing before I get started. Thanks for any help.
  15. Jim and Keiser have helped a lot of Dodge owners, myself included. I too want to thank both of them again.