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  1. The last time I was in Tractor Supply they carried gloss equipment paint in quarts and gallons. Might be worth a look.
  2. (6) 14" driver-quality wheelcovers for a '66 Fury. They're all in good shape with occasional minor dings and scuffs. Buy one or all....$20.00 each, picked-up near Freehold, NJ 07728. Shipping is extra if you need it. Let me know your zip code and I'll figure it out.
  3. (6) 14" driver-quality wheelcovers for a '66 Fury. They're all in good shape with occasional minor dings and scuffs. Buy one or all....$20.00 each, picked-up near Freehold, NJ 07728. Shipping is extra if you need it. Let me know your zip code and I'll figure it out.
  4. If you can find a death certificate for Jack Wilson it might show a next-of-kin you can contact. Check with the county clerk.
  5. The radiators were manufactured by the same Fedders company that made air conditioners. Makes sense because air conditioner coils are very similar to a car radiators. Fedders is now known as Fedders USA, located in Basking Ridge, NJ. You may still be able to get some application info if you contact them. Their number is: 908-502-5418
  6. As I recall, the earlier edition of C4C originated in California and then spread to the rest of the country. I suspect this new program will do the same. I believe it's very sad that these lower-end used cars won't be available to people that can't afford better ones. I saw some great vehicles get scrapped on the last go-round.
  7. Good used condition. Has small tear in rear cover. $15.00 postpaid in the lower 48 states. PayPal is OK.
  8. Do you still have the original ignition switch and is it complete with the lock cylinder? If so, take it to a locksmith and have him make a key for it. The bonus is that the ignition key would probably fit the doors as well (assuming the new key was made to have the same cuts as the original).
  9. Here's an original Mopar service training manual covering new features of the '79 truck line, including Dodge D50 and Plymouth Arrow pickups. Has 81 pages in nice, lightly-used condition. $18.00 postpaid in the lower 48 states.
  10. Here's an original Mopar service training manual covering new features of the '79 truck line, including Dodge D50 and Plymouth Arrow pickups. Has 81 pages in nice, lightly-used condition. $18.00 postpaid in the lower 48 states.
  11. Original 1981 Chrysler Service & Parts Division manual covering the new features of the Dodge Aries and Plymouth Reliant. Has 32 pages of valuable information and crisp photos. In very nice condition. $18.00 postpaid in the lower 48 states.
  12. Original 1981 Chrysler Service & Parts Division manual covering the new features of the Dodge Aries and Plymouth Reliant. Has 32 pages of valuable information and crisp photos. In very nice condition. $18.00 postpaid in the lower 48 states.
  13. Two nice original new vehicle prep manuals for the 1981 models. One manual covers domestic Plymouth, Dodge, and Chrysler (Imperial, New Yorker, Newport, Cordoba, Le Baron, St. Regis, Mirada, Diplomat, Aries, Omni, Ram Wagon, Ram Charger, Power Ram, Gran Fury, Reliant, Horizon, Voyager Wagon, Trailduster). The other covers Mitsubishi imports (Colt, Ram 50, Challenger, Champ, Arrow Pick-Up, and Sapporo. Lots of info, diagrams, and crisp photos describe what the dealer should have done during the pre-delivery process. $20.00 for the pair, including USPS Media Mail shipping in the lower 48 States.
  14. Two nice original new vehicle prep manuals for the 1981 models. One manual covers domestic Plymouth, Dodge, and Chrysler (Imperial, New Yorker, Newport, Cordoba, Le Baron, St. Regis, Mirada, Diplomat, Aries, Omni, Ram Wagon, Ram Charger, Power Ram, Gran Fury, Reliant, Horizon, Voyager Wagon, Trailduster). The other covers Mitsubishi imports (Colt, Ram 50, Challenger, Champ, Arrow Pick-Up, and Sapporo. Lots of info, diagrams, and crisp photos describe what the dealer should have done during the pre-delivery process. $20.00 for the pair, including USPS Media Mail shipping in the lower 48 States.
  15. If you have any old GM keys you should try them in the trunk lock. There were relatively few cut combinations back then and you might get lucky. True story.... My mother, aunt, and cousin went to a Bingo game in the sixties in my aunt's '55 Buick. When they left the game at the end of the evening, they accidentally drove off in another '55 Buick. Turns out both cars used the same key.
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