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  1. I believe that horn button is a 1938 Dodge. I found an article in a Special Interest Autos #175 January/February 2000 with a picture of it on a 1938 Dodge.
  2. Have you considered an Overdrive transmission? A Chrysler or De Soto overdrive from 1937-39 will work.
  3. Yes I have one but would need to locate it in my parts stash. Might have other parts for your car as well.
  4. No he retired and sold off his molds. The fellow that bought the business is contemplating making them as he has experience in working with the raw materials. Will keep you posted on this site.
  5. That knob is to move the seat back and forth. You have to remove the front seat to get to the battery. There is a clip on each front corner of the seat at the bottom. Push in the bottom of the seat and it should release the latch. Then lift up the seat and remove it.
  6. Ficken Wiper Service, 631-587-3332 132 Calvert Ave West Babylon NY 11704 rebuildingtricowipers.com
  7. Question? Just wondering. In 1938 was Imperial the top of the line for Chrysler? Don't think you can make the assumption that it was because in 1939 the Imperial was the low end of the Chrysler line. If memory serves, the Saratoga was at the top of the line.
  8. Actually, there was a piece of cowl lacing that fit into the opening to protect the hood sides that slipped into them. I have been looking for these for years. They were used for all Chrysler cars in 37, 38, and I believe in 39. You would think that they would still be around but I have not found anyone that specializes in Chrysler parts that has ever seen them. If you succeed in finding them let me know. Thedodgegarage@rcn.com.
  9. If you still need one let me know. I have several that I will try to match up to yours. Thedodgegarage@rcn.com
  10. cpwalter

    Kit vs. Pump

    You can buy rebuild kits with modern components to accept today's gas. Not difficult and cheaper than a new one.
  11. If you want a mopar in the 30's that is wide and comfortable begin with 1937 models. They are wider, longer and have adjustable front seats.
  12. There is a lot of walking for sure. I believe you can rent scooters but not sure if you need some type of medical proof of need or not. I would call Carlisle and find out about that and what their policy is for other types of transport. Regarding your 41 Chrysler, the event has morphed into mostly B body parts and concentrated on late 60 and newer cars. You seldom see on the show field a good selection of 1930, 40, or 50 cars anymore. There are still a very few vendors that specialize in older parts. One vendor that usually has a good selection you can email ahead of time to let him know what
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