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  1. I have a 1938 dodge brothers d8. im looking for the molding that goes on the hood,drivers side chrome. about 3 ft long.:cool: this is the only molding i need.
  2. I am installing a headliner in a 1937 Plymouth Coupe and I believe I am missing some parts around the door frame area. Anyone know of any places I can buy interior parts for this car or have pictures of a completed headliner I can reference to make new pieces? I can not seem to find much about this car online.
  3. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  4. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery suggestions available, Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  5. Hello to all.. I'm new to this, user name is ownly1 and I just wanted to say that I've read multiple threads regarding the vehicle I own (which is a 1950 dodge coronet gyromatic). And the people here who post seem very knowledgable and helpful. The issue I'm having which is lots with this car but one at the moment is my spark plugs. I'm having difficulties believing the ones I'm about to replace are the ones meant for my car. They are an ac46. When I go to the parts store they of coarse don't have those particular ones in stock and when the do pull their list up none of them seem to match the ac46 in dimensions, basically if the plug were to be seated on the valve cover their depths are much deeper or longer then what the ac46 depth. So others out there with the same engine type again which is a 3.8l 230 flathead dodge, please help me so I can put the correct type of plug in my car and also the spacing would be helpful.. As of yet I don't have a shop manual for this car.
  6. Looking for a hood for my 1938 Plymouth Roadking. Only need the top butterfly hood, my side hoods are in good condition. Any help would be greatly appreciated. (616)308-8693 txt only.
  7. I came across this recently with other stuff. I think this is an obvious color copy of the original but it also looks to be old. The reason I believe it to be a copy is that you can see where the three holes for a binder should be but there are no holes. For a copy it is very well done, the cover is thick paper stock and the pages themselves are high quality paper. This was printed for Chrysler Corporation of Canada, 1957 the title is "Model Chart and Serial Number Guide, Includes 1957 Model Starting Serial Numbers" It shows both US and Canadian opening and closing serial number sequences, where applicable and covers models from 1928 through 1957. Some of the Data is missing for 1957 numbers, because this book was printed in April 1957 and production was not finished. It covers models and serial numbers for the following: Plymouth Passenger and Commercial Cars Dodge Passenger Cars DeSoto Passenger Cars Chrysler Passenger Cars Dodge Trucks Fargo trucks DeSoto Trucks Dodge Military Vehicles - for the Canadian Government Dodge Military Vehicles - for the US Government Vehicle Serial Numbers in Numerical Sequence. If anyone is interested I will sell this for $22.00 plus postage, just send me a PM. Photos are of the front and back covers, and Page 2-1
  8. New price of $19,500 This is a nice, driving car that needs little to be great. The Good; It is currently titled and registered in North Carolina. It is about 99% rust free with no rust repair that I have found. It was a frame off restoration a few years ago. The chassis looks brand new. The brake system is entirely new and works perfect. The engine runs great and is the original with matching numbers with the frame and body. Paint is presentable but not perfect. Rebuilt generator. The Areas of Concern; There is a finger length spot of rust bubbles below the driver's door. The original interior fabric needs refinished. The fuel gauge is inoperable as is the oil pressure. The spare tire cover and passenger door lock key is missing. The roof insert is nice but the edging is not perfect. The driver's side glass has a crack. The passenger side glass has a chip. Heater needs hooked up properly. The tires are not perfect but are road worthy. I would be more than happy to share pics of your request. I am asking $19,500 and am open to all offers or trades. ronbarbarino@gmail.com Thanks, Ron
  9. I bought a semi restored 1953 Cranbrook, the linkage was in the trunk and I cant get them to line up. The rod that goes to the back selector (towards the driveshaft ) is there but my problem is the front one. It goes to an elbow that then goes up to the column. Could someone post a picture of theirs or describe how the rods run and connect to the transmission ? Thanks for any help or guidance !! :confused:
  10. Hi All, Looking for a 1935 - 1940 coupe for a project or fixup of an older restoration (business coupe/utility coupe/any). Prefer Dodge/Plymouth/Desoto/Chrysler & Hudson/Terraplane but will consider anything. I live in Scranton, PA and I'd prefer to stay in the Northeast, if possible. Let me know what you have. I'll be at Hershey on either Friday or Saturday and can meet to discuss. Any help or leads are appreciated. Email me at jimmy52dodge@aol(dot)com (replace "dot" with ".") Thank you. Jim
  11. Hi Mopar folks, I recently bought a new clutch throw-out bearing for my 1937 Plymouth, but I can't figure out how to replace the old bearing. How is the bearing attached to the bearing-holder, or whatever it's called? Is the bearing heated to expand the old bearing? If so, what temperature should it be heated to, in order to remove it? Also, what temperature should the new bearing be heated to without ruining it? Thanks for your help. Willard Crawford
  12. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  13. I'm restoring a 1937 Plymouth, and have the rebuilt engine bolted back in place. Since this was a complete "body-off" restoration, all of the electrical equipment has been removed, and now I need to know the bare minimum required to just start the engine. The distributor is in place, as is the starter, generator, and spark plug wires. Besides the battery, what else do I need to start the engine? Thanks for your help. Willard Crawford kart32@aol.com
  14. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  15. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  16. I removed the distributor from my 1937 Plymouth engine, and forgot to mark it. How do I re-install it properly so the timing is correct? Thanks. 37Plymouthguy. :confused:
  17. Introducing a rare 1950 Plymouth "Special Deluxe" Convertible with canary-yellow exterior and dark red interior. This car was purchased in 1985 from the estate of the original owner. Specs & Details: 71,620 miles, Engine: 6 cylinder flat head, manual transmission, O.E.M. factory features & options, driven and maintained to high standards. Always pampered and stored in a garage. The older repaint still gleams with a nice luster, however several areas of the paint have light to moderate crazing in the 30 year old paint, along with typical chips and light blemishes (generally expected from 60+ years on the road). The can be driven and enjoyed as is, or a great candidate for a full restoration. The car has light surface rust in the rocker panels as well as a small area in the trunk, typical areas on "survivor" convertibles. Floors were clean and rust free when we removed the seats to install the seat belts. The weather stripping, chrome and stainless are in overall good shape with a slight tarnish and some minor pitting, scratches and a few dings. The convertible top and headliner are in overall good condition. The hydraulic top was just serviced and operates perfectly. The newer interior and rubber mat flooring are in great condition. All new radiator, hoses and battery. Many NOS parts just Installed (not shown in photos) 4 new chrome latch red seat belts, new parking light lenses, new chrome horn ring and horn button. The car also comes with a new trunk rubber seal and 4 new bumper guards in a box. All the gauges light up and work. The car is mechanically perfect and is a ton of fun to drive. She has remarkably tight steering and smooth shifting. Neat and rare open car for the price. $16,500 OBO. oldrideguide@gmail.com Test drives and inspections welcome. Email me for a link to a VIDEO and extra photos of the car. 1940, 1941, 1942, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1960
  18. Hello, I'm in need of pretty much most 1953 Plymouth 218 engine parts. Also a workshop manual would be helpful. I'm told that the crank, rods and flywheel from a 230 are also a fit for the 218 which I'd also be looking for. Here's the bare bones of what I have to deal with... I'm in the UK so shipping from the US is going to affect whether I can purchase some items but I remain optimistically hopeful and vigilant that I can convince my wife that its all for the greater good. Cheers all! Dudley
  19. Hey plymouth folks! I'm stuck with my 61 Fury restoration. It's missing the transmission crankcase cap and the valve cover. Does anyone knows where could I find them? I just wanna have it in the road running again. Thx for the help!
  20. 1951 plymouth 2 door wagon, original engine and drive train. Great builder street rod, rat rod. The car has some rust issue but very save able. I am asking $1500.00:rolleyes: LOUVER LOU 928 208-3002
  21. Hi, I posted a link to some videos of my restoration on another site. It was suggested I post the links here too. I have been working on this car for several years. I hope to have it finished by the National Plymouth meet in Monterey California this summer. I am posting a video each week on YouTube showing the progress toward completing the car. You can see the first two videos here: YouTube - ihazwings's Channel If you subscribe to the channel you will get a notice when a new video is posted. I will also keep you updated on this forum! Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions! Mark
  22. Any suggestions on what to do for an engine on a 1946 Desoto S11? I have a 1946 Desoto 2dr that I want to make a daily driver. It has the original 6 with fluid drive but I don't want to have issues going up and down a mountain pass 5 days a week. I want to go 75 mph most of the drive. I was told that the original engine is OK but think that I should go with a sb mopar. I have a few 318's and a great running 273 with trans and rear. But the temptation to get an ls1 is always there. Any one have a Chrysler flat 6 that can travel 75 MPH or did you do a V8 swap? Thanks.
  23. Hi, i have a 1937 plymouth pt50 that I am restoring (having restored) Will a brake drum from the front of a 1938 dodge fit the rear of a 37 plymouth..i don`t want to buy them (at the other end of the country) only to find that they don`t fit. thanks Steve
  24. Does anyone know if the giant bird decals Chrysler distributed in 1968-69 were offered to the public, or were they only intended for dealers showroom windows? These are the prints on clear decals. Thanks for any feedback!
  25. 1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe Convertible! For sale or trade. Introducing a rare 1950 Plymouth "Special Deluxe" Convertible with canary-yellow exterior and dark red interior. This car was purchased in 1985 from the estate of the original owner. Specs & Details: 71,620 miles, Engine: 6 cylinder flat head, manual transmission, O.E.M. factory features & options, driven and maintained to high standards. Always pampered and stored in a garage. The older repaint still gleams with a nice luster, however several areas of the paint have light to moderate crazing in the 30 year old paint, along with typical chips and light blemishes (generally expected from 60+ years on the road). The can be driven and enjoyed as is, or a great candidate for a full restoration. The weather stripping, chrome and stainless are in overall good shape with a slight tarnish and some minor pitting, scratches and a few dings. The convertible top and headliner are in overall good condition with two small 4" reparable tears near the snaps. The newer interior and rubber mat flooring are in good condition. All new radiator, hoses and battery. The doors are missing a door stop that prevent them from opening too far, and the convertible top and rear vent window need some adjusting to go up and down without assistance. This old Plymouth has an overall unrestored original feel about her. All the gauges light up and work. The car is mechanically perfect and is a ton of fun to drive. She has remarkably tight steering and smooth shifting. Here is your opportunity to own a true classic 50's convertible for under $20K. Enjoy her as she is, or take her to the next level. Please email John at oldrideguide@gmail.com for 100+ photos of this great old Plymouth. The car is sold as is and where is. Test drives and inspections welcome. Open to trade up or down for a nice turn key 1934-1950 car. Ideally DeSoto, Nash, Hudson, Mopar, Edsel or other unique cars. $18,500 OBO<!-- START CLTAGS -->