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  1. Anyone have a picture of what the rear roof trim looks like or how it was handled on your 28,29,or 1930 sedan restoration ? I am aware that the side trim was a rain channel. Attached is a photo of how my rear roof aligns with the metal skin. Tks, Chet...
  2. Hi Tom, I didn't know they had double face mastic tapes for glass. I'll check into that. I was thinking of gluing in a 1/8" rubber gasket and then gluing the glass but the double sided tape sounds like the right stuff for the job. BTW... Is there a setting for this forum to bring the most recent post to the top when you open a thread. I couldn't find any settings for default display.
  3. As you may be able to tell from the pictures the window was removed prior to painting the car. All the glass is back in except for this rear window. It had to be removed, it was held in place with glazing compound. Also I redid the wood framing and I couldn't accomplish that with the window in place. So I guess that ship has sailed. Any other suggestions appreciated. Tks, Chet...
  4. Here are two pictures. The car is wood framed with metal skins.
  5. Anyone have any experience replacing the center rear window in the 29U. I don't believe there was any gasket. Is it just black silicon RTV could use some suggestions. Thanks, Chet...
  6. Thanks but I did find what I needed. Many thanks for getting back to me.
  7. Thanks all, I did stumble across one with a little help from a friend. I will check out the 28 Ply Parts post. Always good to have a spare. Chet...
  8. Thanks, Forth Wayne Clutch & Driveline didn't have one. As a last resort they may be able to piece something together if I can't fine anything. Pressure plate from Ply 1928 to 1932 will work but still nothing in stock. As I am sure you know that's the problem with a 90 year old car. Chet...
  9. I am looking for a clutch pressure plate for a 1929 Plymouth U. I have an old Interchangeable parts book [Chilton] from the early 30’s. I could not find any markings on the pressure plate but Chilton shows it as EJ10 13 in it's interchange parts book. Chrysler Part number: 42233 I believe this pressure plate (Chilton EJ10 - 13) was used on : 1927 Whippet 93A Rockford Clutch 1928-29 Whippet 98 1930-31 Whippet 98A 1928 Willys-Knight 56 1928-29 Will
  10. The POC seems to be tuned into Facebook these days. Chet...
  11. Steve, I don't have a problem with that and any and all 4 cylinder Plymouth owners are welcome to log in. Chet...
  12. I thought I would revive this old thread. I sponsor a web forum for the 1928, 29, and 30U Plymouths. We currently have about 63 members and share info on these particular years, maintenance and parts. Feel free to check it out. We are not affiliated with any organized club and the forum is free. Thanks Chet… See link 28Q29U Plymouth Forum - Index
  13. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Dave Mills</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I am gonna check it out. </div></div> Hay Dave, Thanks for stopping in. Since your first visit in March of 2007 our little group has grown to 35 members or should I say owners & drivers of 1928,29,& 30-U Plymouths. The purpose of this reply was to resurface the original post. Tks, Chet… http://www.1929Plymouth.info
  14. I am an owner of a 1929 Model U Plymouth. In an effort to freely exchange information about the 1928-Q and this early addition Plymouth. I have created a Free Bulletin Board Forum with no Advertisements or Affiliations. The purpose of this board is to allow owners of the 1928 Model Q, 1929 Model U, and 30-U meet and exchange information. The board is new and I do not expect a large number of members considering the fact that there are not a large number of these cars still around. However it would be interesting to share maintenance tips and get to know others who have these early model Pl
  15. A solution to the Wagner Lockheed brake hose union used in the 28-29 and 30-U Plymouth. Apparently this type of brake system was used in a number of cars of that period. Some notable models were Duesenberg, Chrysler products up until 1931, Franklyn 28 to 30, Graham early 1935 and 1 ton truck. Kissel Motor Car Company and others like Auburn, Bugatti, Cord, and Mercedes. I wanted to update you guys because I believe this is one of those items that can be a show stopper if you are redoing brakes in a 28/29 Plymouth and you need this particular part to stay original. The only other option is
  16. Anybody know anything about these hydraulic fittings. I purchased new brake hoses from Andy B and the hoses are the correct parts but the fittings that the hose screws into are shot. This fitting is called Hose Union Plymouth part# 40730. Does anybody know if any variant of these can be purchased off the shelf? I assume they can because the hose connectors are new, the hose is dated 11/10/2004. Two numbers listed on the new fittings NS 4404 which seems to be the crimp side of the fitting and 451 stamped on the Hex side. I went to my local industrial pneumatic and hydraulic supplier and he has
  17. Anybody know anything about these hydraulic fittings. I purchased new brake hoses from Andy B and the hoses are the correct parts but the fittings that the hose screws into are shot. This fitting is called Hose Union Plymouth part# 40730. Does anybody know if any variant of these can be purchased off the shelf? I assume they can because the hose connectors are new, the hose is dated 11/10/2004. Two numbers listed on the new fittings NS 4404 which seems to be the crimp side of the fitting and 451 stamped on the Hex side. I went to my local industrial pneumatic and hydraulic supplier and he has
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