Rob1960

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  1. although I just sold my 1936 Dodge to a collector in wisconsin, I will be most interested to continue to be part of the Dodge Brothers forum, and participate in this registry.
  2. I'd like to mention my factory original 36 Touring Sedan is on Ebay. If you're interested to take a look, you can copy the link below and paste it into your browser. Robert Perry Bluefield, WV. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1936-Dodge-Frame-off-Restoration-Original-Correct_W0QQitemZ160324998918QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_Cars_Trucks?hash=item160324998918&_trksid=p4506.c0.m245&_trkparms=72%3A317%7C65%3A12%7C39%3A1%7C240%3A1308
  3. Did a 36 Dodge Touring Sedan have a BODY TAG in addition to its regular Serial or VIN number plate? If so where would it have been? I know teh VIN was on the front door post, passenger side.
  4. Is anyone familier with an 8 volt battery? I have a 1936 Dodge that must have a new battery this week. It has its original 6 volt system. I've been told an 8 volt battery can provide more amperage and cranking power, but will not harm a 6 volt system? Apparently they're used frequently in older tractors. Can somebody give me more information on this? Also, I'm told my car should have an adjustable voltage regulator. Is this correct? How does one determine where to set it?
  5. Since my last post on this subject, I've learned that the same regulator for the 1936 model year was used for Plymouth, Dodge & DeSoto. It was apparently a different style part for years before and after. The original Chrys. Corp part number was 715 510. Does anyone know about a 36 parts car, or any other parts source that might have this regulator. Pictures of the part removed from my 36 Dodge can be seen below below: http://good-times.webshots.com/album/561300277tHQWEp Thank you for any help anyone can offer on this subject. Robt
  6. Since my last post on this subject, I've learned that the same regulator for the 1936 model year was used for Plymouth, Dodge & DeSoto. It was apparently a different style part for years before and after. The original Chrys. Corp part number was 715 510. Does anyone know about a 36 parts car, or any other parts source for this regulator. Pictures of the part removed from my 36 Dodge can be seen below below: http://good-times.webshots.com/album/561300277tHQWEp Thank you for any help on this. Robt
  7. Since my last post on this subject, I've learned that the same regulator for the 1936 model year was used for Plymouth, Dodge & DeSoto. It was apparently a different style part for years before and after. The original Chrys. Corp part number was 715 510. Does anyone know about a 36 Desoto parts car, or any other parts source for this regulator. Pictures of the part removed from my 36 Dodge can be seen below below: http://good-times.webshots.com/album/561300277tHQWEp Thank you for any help on this. Robt
  8. Can anyone suggest where I might purchase a working windshield crank out <span style="text-decoration: underline">mechanism</span> for my 36 Dodge. Or good parts for mine? And does anyone know if this same mechanism was used on other Mopar brands and year models of the same era? Please look at the photos of the mechanism I removed from my car. Thanks. http://good-times.webshots.com/album/561300277tHQWEp
  9. Can anyone suggest where I might purchase a working windshield crank out <span style="text-decoration: underline">mechanism</span> for my 36 Dodge. Or good parts for mine? And does anyone know if this same mechanism was used on other Mopar brands and year models of the same era? Please look at the photos of the mechanism I removed from my car. Thanks. http://good-times.webshots.com/album/561300277tHQWEp
  10. Can anyone suggest where I might purchase a working windshield crank out <span style="text-decoration: underline">mechanism</span> for my 36 Dodge. Or good parts for mine? And does anyone know if this same mechanism was used on other Mopar brands and year models of the same era? Please look at the photos of the mechanism I removed from my car. Thanks. http://good-times.webshots.com/album/561300277tHQWEp
  11. Can anyone suggest where I might purchase a working crank out mechanism for my 36 Dodge. I'm also wondering if this same mechanism was used on other 35, 36, 37, 38 Dodges, Plymouths, and other? Please look at the new photos of the mechanism I removed from my car this morning. Thanks. http://good-times.webshots.com/album/561300277tHQWEp
  12. This is great information. The part came out just as you've described. Now I've got to figure out where to get a new part. The cog-wheel teeth are stripped on my old one. All suggestions greatly appreciated. Robt
  13. Jack- Thanks a whole lot for your information. I'd be extremely grateful if you could send me some photos. My email address is robert_perry111@comcast.net [note underscore and numeric 1 ] thanks
  14. I have a 1936 Dodge, with a broken windshield crank-out <span style="text-decoration: underline">mechanism</span>. Can anyone tell me which year models and which MOPAR makes this mechanism would be interchangable with? Also, could someone tell me fairly specifically how to remove my old broken one? Thanks, Rob
  15. That looks like a difference of 261,636 which I guess represents the total number of 36 Dodges built. Is there a record of specifically how many of those were a TWO door Touring Sedan?