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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:
Hi All, I bouth this pair of bumper guards for my 1951 Plymouth Cranbrook 4 dr sedan, but I am strugling to know if they are front or rear ones. What is the difference between front a rear guards for the 1951 Plymouth? I saw some pictures on the web and it seems rear ones are smaller in height, is this the case? Thanks JRA
For Sale is a 1951 Washington DC Diamond Taxi Cab - Cranbrook Sedan (VIN 12707952) last used between 1952 and 1959 in Washington DC as a Diamond Taxi Cab. This car comes with a sister 1951 Plymouth Cranbrook Sedan Parts Car (VIN 12704438). Both cars were delivered to the previous owner in Arlington Virginia in 1960. The "Parts" Car was driven to its parking spot and was left parked outside for 50 years hidden from view by bamboo and was in perfect running condition when parked - in 1960 - it did not move from that spot for 50 years. Both of the vehicles will come with a Bill of Sale as the titles have been lost over the years. There are several other miscellaneous parts and pieces that come with the cars. The cars are available for inspection in Vienna VA, 22182. Sold as a package deal. The price is for both cars and several miscellaneous parts and pieces. Title can be obtained through: Lost Car Titles, No Car Title at All? The vehicles will need to be towed away. Both vehicles are sold with a Bill of Sale and are in AS-IS Condition. Additional pictures of the cars being removed from their slumber are available as well. Price is $2,000.00 as a package price for both cars. There are some odd parts and pieces that come with the cars as well. Please feel free to email me for pictures and questions at: email@example.com. Thanks.