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  1. Guest

    33 Plymouth engine confusion

    I have a 33 Plymouth 2 door sedan with a 189.9 ci engine or so I believe. I however don't find anything on the net about this engine. What I find listed is a 201, 218, 230. Can someone shed some light on the subject for me? I'm considering doing a flathead hop up but am confused about what parts I can use. :confused: Thanks for any inlightenment.
  2. For Sale..Very complete 1939 Ford pickup..Ready for a resto,maybe change it to a street rod or drive as is with all its patina..Perfect for using as a parts chaser,business vehicle,every day driver or add to your collection..All original except for bed which fits very,very well.Extremely straight and nearly 100% original.Grille is near perfect with all trim.Cab floor and under seat floor is flawless.Missing hood side badges and part of the hood handle trim.I have the hood handle mechanism.5 artillery wheels.Front and rear bumpers with gaurds.Running 1952 Merc flathead engine all complete with good exhaust system.NEW: 6V battery,4 row radiator and all hoses,master cylinder,all wheel cylinders and hose,fuel pump and hoses,both fan belts,four 215/70/16 tires and stems.This is the year Ford had synchro transmissions and Juice brake system.All wiring is complete and factory wrapped. Critters have not gotten to any of it so it is very useable as is..The seat has good upholstery.Doors shut good and tight.All original interior/exterior handles and metal interior door panels.Windshield cranks open.Original ignition key for ignition switch and locks doors also.Headlights work from switch in center of steering wheel.Horn works too.Rear end equipped with overload factory spings.Equipped with on column turn signal switch. All instruments still in place and functioning..Has 4 non matching hub caps and 3 beauty rings.Rear window glass is good as is glass in doors but windshield is smokey...Delivery possible in SoCal and Los Angels area.Will entertain cash offers..Have a old registration card.No papers at this time. No trades or persons wishing to help me sell.Have more pix..Price $8900Also have a running 1936 sedan,two 1956 Ford pickups SBW & BBW,Daily Driver 1940 Ford pickup,Stunning original 1956 Ford COE........Jack......San Diego.......760)751-2946
  3. This is a complete grille set up for a 1940 Mercury all models. It consist of a Right & Left halve and also includes the center "spear" These parts are extremely rare, especially as complete set. They are vintage and made of cast aluminum with part numbers stamped in right and left hand sides. All bars are straight and no broken bars. A good polishing will have this set up looking like mirror chrome. $1500 to end auction I have it listed on ebay and I also have many other 1940 Mercury parts. http://www.ebay.com/itm/301060314072?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  4. I have a really weathered, complete dodge tow truck that has served as a mascot for our 1967-1973 Mercury Cougar Wrecking Yard for years. If you watch GEARZ they showed a glimpse of it recently when they featured us on their show (they are currently building a 1967 Cougar). Anyway, I have a real itch to drive this to local shows and yes, even tow around a antique or classic wreck behind it! I do not want to disturb the patina as it is 100% legit and complete right down to the old hand lettering on the doors. I am looking for a package deal where someone has gutted a running driving original to make a street rod. Maybe an abandoned project where most of the mechanical work was completed? I do not need a field fresh rig as that is what I currently have. Here are a couple of pictures. Let me know what you have! Don Rush 503-463-1130
  5. i have many parts for sale for a 1930 coupe. Here is a list of what I can remember. Hood- in great shape Frame- great shape 2 head light bars head light buckets straight six flathead 313041-1 and 310229-2 and 3 spped transmisson with pedals seat springs 2 frant fenders 4 rear fenders lots of small parts 4 wheels (wooden spokes) i know this stuff is good for restoration and I will not scrap it, but it is currently in my way and need to get rid of it. i would rather see someone who needs it for their project get it than it sit in the corner of the shop. I will make someone a great deal, Please feel free to contact me for pics of specific parts or inquire about something I forgot to mention here. 417 594-03 six six or philiphaley@hotmail.com
  6. I'm restoring a 1940 Mercury Coupe and have collected many parts over the years. I'm looking for another 1939-40 Mercury Coupe to restore and have as a project. I'm also interested in your parts for 1940 Mercury or flathead speed parts. I buy/sell/trade 1940 Mercury cars and parts. Shawn 661-714-1584 or firefocus@hotmail.com
  7. Hi I'm looking for some 337 parts,clutch/flywheel, bellhousing ,starter as well as a drivers side water pump. thanks in advance corey
  8. Hello all, I have lots of 1930 Chrysler parts for sale. Here is a list of what I can remember. If you need something and it isn't listed please ask, I may have it. Head lights (not in the best shape) 2 head light bars 2 front fenders 4 rear fenders Straight 6 flathead CJ motor - the motor turns over and has all the equipment with it(generator, starter with pedal, carb, fuel pump, exhaust manifold, intake manifold) Transmission- 3 speed manual with parking brake, clutch and brake pedals Original wooden spoke wheels in fair shape seat springs Original frame in exceptional shape leaf springs lots of small parts All of this is for sale or trade. If you are interested please give a call to discuss or email. 417 594-03 six six or philiphaley@hotmail.com
  9. 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:
  12. 53 Plymouth flathead six engine, # P24407416, located in central New Jersey. Engine is totally disassembled and needs complete rebuild. You can pick it up for $100 firm. Please contact me for details at 609-558-6868.
  13. Guest

    Overdrive transmission

    I am a brand new member of aaca. I just got a 1936 Plymouth 4door deluxe. Does anybody know about putting an overdrive on one of these? I would like to keep the original 3 speed tranny and bolt on the overdrive unit. If anyone has done this with good results I would be interested to know which overdrive unit you used. Thanks very much!
  14. Guest

    Spark Plug Question

    Just rebuilt the engine for my 1948 Cadillac (346 ci L-head). The shop manual calls for an AC Delco Plug #104. I have been seearching the WEB going in circles to find a modern suitable replacement. I can probably get a set from eBay, but I am reluctant to use plus that are potentially 60+ years old. I would much rather (if possible) use a newer replacement. Could someone suggest a substitute plug. Thanks in advance, Vic Brincat a.k.a. cadmanof50s
  15. Hi All, I'm having an engine vibration problem with my 48 Chrysler 8 with Fluid Drive that has about 26k original miles on it. The vibe is related to the engine and not to the drivetrain or wheels as it is not effected by road speed. When stopped with the gear selector in neutral (clutch can be in or out) I get a vibration at about 1200 RPM, as the RPM increases the vibration subsides a bit but is still there. At about 2000 RPM I get an occasional misfire. Other than this, the engine runs great. I'm wondering about the vibration damper. Mine appears to be ok, I based that on the fact that the timing mark on the pulley lines up with the pointer at TDC. I don't know how else to check it....any suggestions? Below are the things I've done or checked. Has anyone changed a vibration damper......what's involved? Thanks David compression test, one low cylinder 90lbs, the rest about 110lbs. valves adjusted timing ok, 2 degrees ATDC dwell 30 degrees, points appear ok checked the level of the 10w oil in the fluid coupling checked the manifold heat riser...operates freely vacuum test....at idle I get about 20 degrees vacuum and the needle is steady. spark plugs look good and are adjusted to .025 new spark plug wires engine temp about 165 to 175 idle mixture adjusted to highest rpm at idle, choke working properly.
  16. Blower appears to be complete (see pics) Has been stored indoors for over 40 years. Asking $150.00 plus $35.00 to ship as is how is. Thanks
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