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  1. I am looking for the following parts for a 1938 Chrysler Imperial convertible coupe (C19): - Complete front seat assembly, including adjusters/slides, or very detailed photographs and dimensions of same from someone's car. The seat appears to be the same on 1937 and 1938 Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto and Chrysler convertible coupes, possibly 1939 Plymouth convertible coupe as well. My car is missing the entire front seat assembly, so any leads or information would be appreciated; - Rumble seat bottom cushion assembly (or detailed dimensions and photos as mine is missing); (same possible donor cars as above) - Rumble seat interior panel patterns; (same possible donor cars as above) - Coupe or convertible Left Side stainless steel door and rear body trim (I am missing the rear body piece from the door to the tail along the quarter panel, as well as the door). Chrysler C18 Royal or C19 Imperial coupe or convertible coupe trim works; - Running Board stainless trim, top strips and side molding (any 1938 Chrysler Imperial C19 trim should fit); - Convertible coupe door sill plate (good sample, pattern, dimensioned sketch and detailed photos, or whatever I can use to get new ones made - mine are missing). - Horn button/horn ring springs and washers and contact plates for the optional banjo/chrome spoke steering wheel (same wheel as Dodge/Desoto/Chrysler) (I believe that the springs and contacts are the same as the regular steering wheel - I would be interested in a complete standard steering wheel assembly if need be); - Passenger door window regulator assembly, including window channels, window frame, etc (or a complete door) same on 1937 and 1938 Dodge, DeSoto, Chrysler, and '37-'39 Plymouth convertible coupes with one piece glass (no vent window). - Windshield wiper arms, blades and blade guide rods that attach to windshield frame bracket, or detailed photos and measurements of same (all 1937-1938 convertibles are the same). - Interior sun visors and rods/mounts. - Pattern of the windshield header trim panel (where sun visors mount) or detailed photos of what it looks like. Please send me a private message with any leads or details, or reply directly to this thread. Thanks!
  2. I need a right passenger tail light assembly for my 1965 Dodge Monaco. The lens is broke and the chrome trim is missing. Any help will be appreciated!!:confused:
  3. Looking for a car to build or perhaps something that is turn key with no hassles? I have a number of project cars as well as completed cars available for sale. Cars which cover most of the more popular bases. I have quite a few Mopars, some great GM pieces, and a handful of Ford products. I have shipped cars to nearly every Continent on the Planet so if you need help exporting a vehicle, please do not hesitate to ask. Let us begin with the projects: 1969 Dodge RT/SE Charger that is loaded with nearly every single option you could get in 69. Power windows, power steering, power brakes, AC, Tachometer, cruise control, etc. This is a complete car but it is not a numbers matching car. It does come with a correct 440 and will make a great piece for anyone who is looking to build a true pedigree collector vehicle. I am asking 18k for it. This car comes with a clear title. 1970 Dodge RT/SE Charger, all numbers matching 440 "U" code car. This car is also loaded with options. Most importantly and extremely rare (1 of 112 Chargers in 1970) power Sunroof. It also has power steering, power brakes, AC, tachometer, power windows, and more. This car is a complete survivor that will need fully restored but when it is done, you'll have something as rare if not more rare then a Hemi car. I'm asking 21k for it. This car comes with a clear title. 1970 Dodge Charger. B5 Blue with Blue interior. Original big block 383 car. This car is also complete but will need restored. I'm asking 9k on it. This car comes with a clear title. 1973 Dodge SE Charger. Another rare car. It is an original Red, White Top, with White interior car. It also retains its original numbers matching 400 HP (Higher Performance) motor. It is loaded with power windows, power steering, power brakes, AC, and a manual Sunroof! This car is complete and is relatively solid. I'm asking 3,700 for it. This car comes with a clear title. 1972 Plymouth Barracuda (Cuda). Original Black car, White top, Black interior, 318, AC car. Its original VIN and fender tag are in place. I do not have a title for this car. I'm asking 1,200 for it. 1968 Plymouth Sport Satellite. This car is extremely solid and rust free. It has been mini-tubbed correctly so if you're looking to build a one of a kind Pro-Touring or drag car, this is a very cost effective solution. I'm asking 2,800 for it. This car does come with a clear title. 1968 Plymouth Road Runner. This car is complete but has a non matching motor within it. I'm asking 6,500 for it and it too comes with a clear title. 1970 Pro-Touring Cuda. This is an extremely high end build that is nearly finished. This Cuda is loaded with a fresh 426 Hemi, 5 Speed Tremec, 4 wheel disc brakes, power steering, AC, and the high dollar Magnuforce front suspension. It sits on a set of Custom black staggered Boss wheels. It has been painted in the popular Plum Crazy Purple and has Black interior. This Cuda has no miles on it as of yet and given the amount of anticipation for its completion, I don't foresee it being here long. Once completed, I'll be asking 110k. If I can presell it, I'll give a considerable adjustment in price. This Cuda also has a clear title. GM 1947 Chevrolet Shortbed 3100 Pickup Truck. Solid, rust free Truck that's been Subframed. It has power steering, disc brakes, tilt steering, 350/350, with a 10 bolt rear end. You could hop in it and drive it anywhere. Just a nice turn key Pickup. I'm asking 9,700 and it does have a clear title. 1956 GMC Shortbed Stepside Pickup Truck. This Truck is complete and will need restored. It is a halfton/3100 that has a newer model 283 within it. I'm asking 3,700 for it and it comes with a clear title. 1958 Chevrolet Apache Pickup Truck with a Stepside bed. Another 3100/half ton. This Pickup is complete and will need restored. I am asking 2,700 and it too has a clear title. 1964 Pontiac true GTO with PHS. A very rare and rust free car. An original 389 Tri- Power four speed car. Nocturne Blue with Black interior. It has been stored in a barn for over forty years. It is complete minus the drive train. Again, it is solid as well as unmolested as far as the body goes. I'm asking 10,500 for it and it too has a clear title. 1968 Pontiac true GTO with PHS. Original Solar Red with Black interior, AC, power steering, and power brakes. This car was also stored next to the 64, in a barn, for over 40 years. It is also solid and unmolested. The interior within this GTO could actually be cleaned up and kept in great survivor quality. It does have a 69 400 motor with Ram Air III heads. I'm asking 6,800 and this too comes with a clear title. Two 1972 Chevrolet Chevelles. These are both big projects but are mostly complete minus motors and transmissions. One has a title, the other does not. I'm asking 3,500 for the pair. 1972 Chevy Nova SS Clone, done and turn key. Shave doors with electric poppers, crate 350/350 setup, power steering, posi rear end, power disc brakes, just a great, solid, and rust free driver with less than 700 miles on it since being completed. I'm asking 14,500 and it does have a clear title. 1951 Chevrolet Deluxe. This is one that is completely finished and is very nice. From what I know about the car, it was used for running Moon Shine during the 50's, out of the Lake Of The Ozarks. Keeping in traditional fashion, this Chevy looks bone stock however, it is anything but. It has an extremely fast 350 which is backed by a four speed manual transmission. This thing is very fast and is a blast to drive. It has been completely gone through and has less than a 1000 miles on it since being completed. I'm asking 18k obo. This car also has a clear title. 1950 Chevrolet Rat Rod/Resto Rod. This thing is almost as ridiculous as the 51. I hate to call it a Rat Rod because for the most part, it hasn't just been pieced together. A lot of time and money have been invested in to this 50 and you can see as well as feel this when you're behind the steering wheel. It has a powerful 400, 400 automatic transmission, posi rear end, and front disc brakes. It is truly a remarkable automobile. I'm asking 14k and it too has a clear title. Ford 1970 - 1972 Ford F100, complete, loaded with options, no title. 360, AC, power steering, power brakes, AC, no title. I'm asking 1,200. 1961 Ford F100, Short bed ,step side, Pickup Truck, complete minus a motor. Nice interior, nice body, 10 foot paint, I'm asking 4,500 and this Truck also comes with a clear title. 1973 Ford Mustang with 45k original miles. It has its original 5.0 302 which is backed by a 3 speed manual transmission. This Mustang retains all of its original sheet metal and is a lot of fun to drive. I am asking 4,500 and we do have a clear title for it. Cobra kit car. This Cobra has had close to 30k invested in to it. The entire frame has been built, a rebuilt Jaguar rear end has been implemented in to it, disc brakes, just a lot of goodies. It does have its VIN tag as well as a clear title. I'm asking 15k for it. 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible. A fully restored Red with Black interior, inline six car. This is an exceptionally nice Convertible that draws attention everywhere we take it. I'm asking 17,500 and it too has a clear title. 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback. Original "C" code 289 car that has power brakes, AC, and just finished a fresh repaint. The interior, paint, and mechanical aspect of the car I would rate a solid 9/10. It is a very nice turn key Fastback. White with Red interior car. I'm asking 28k and it also has a clear title. The absolute best of the bunch! 1967 GT500E Super Snake Eleanor. Number 292 in the Eleanor registry. An original 390 "S" Code Fastback that has been modernized and rotisserie restored. Not a single dime was spared nor was a single bolt untouched. The original 390 was built to a power house 500+ HP motor and is backed by a 5 speed Tremec. Power steering, power brakes, AC, leather, just an exceptionally nice vehicle thats had over 150k invested in to it. It was just completed in November of 2014 and has less than 20 miles on it. I'm asking 115k and it does have a clear title. These vehicles are located here in Kansas City, Missouri and are in our possession. I have been all around these cars from top to bottom and front to back. I have extensive photos as well as video of these vehicles. If you would like more detailed information on any of them, please feel free to call, text, or email. Have a great day. Thanks, 816-308-0351 My email is shawnmid at yahoo period com.
  4. This 1970 Hemi 'Cuda 528 610hp started as a 440 Grand Coupe. It was stripped and then the restoration process was started, which took 2 yrs to complete. EVERYTHING was either replaced or rebuilt including the engine compartment, which now houses a Crate 528 Hemi Motor.From there back, everything is heavy duty. A special torque converter, 727 torque flite with Manual Shift Kit and 8 3/4 rear end with sure grip 3:23 gears and heavy duty bearings were installed. Brand new US mags and Dunlop tires were added. The interior was gutted including all the gauges. Everything was rebuilt with new interior done in Black with Red Velour Accents.The trunk was restored with original jack and spare tire. Finally, the exterior was painted a beautiful VIPER RED and all the chrome was then replaced with precision. Attached to the MONSTER 528 engine are Sanderson Headers, 3 inch exhaust and Flowmaster Muffler System. A Full Video is available to watch at: --> http://youtu.be/eUAOn_q2AnY Asking $125,000 obo Please Call Ralph 1-844-CAR-DUDE (1-844-227-3833) or call/text 253-230-1494 Vehicle is in Tacoma, WA and we can assist in arranging shipping to anywhere.
  5. 1956 Dodge coronet for sale, Blue, 270 V-8, automatic transmission, 109K, good dependable daily driver car, rare survivor, be the only one at cruise in or car with anything from Chrysler Corp. 1956. selling below amount invested, $7995, my loss your gain. 336-765-8312, Winston Salem, North Carolina 27103. Whom do you know who would appreciate your telling them about this car being for sale?
  6. [TABLE=width: 510, align: center] <tbody>[TR] [TD=width: 135, bgcolor: #ffe4ca, align: center] 1956 dodge 3 1956 dodge 4 1956 dodge 5 1956 dodge 6 1956 dodge 7 1956 dodge 8 1956 dodge 9 1956 dodge 10 [/TD] [TD=align: center][h=1]Dodge 1956[/h] # Matching Classic ! Price: $7995 For sale in: North Carolina Status: Available [TABLE=width: 95%] <tbody>[TR] [TD=width: 28%]Car Type:[/TD] [TD=width: 72%]Sedan[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Miles: [/TD] [TD]108500[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Doors: [/TD] [TD]4[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Engine: [/TD] [TD]270 V8[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Transmission:[/TD] [TD]Automatic[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Color:[/TD] [TD]blue[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Features: [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=colspan: 2]Accessories: [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=colspan: 2]Descripton: 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, tires, $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, $7995. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery suggestions available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE] [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE]
  7. 1955-1956 Dodge or Plymouth torque converter and air cooled transmission, from a V8 automatic transmission car from California. Both were working when removed from car, the transmission fluid was not burned. $225. 336-765-8312, Mocskville, North Carolina steering column $60
  8. 1955-1956 Plymouth torque converter and air cooled transmission, from a V8 automatic transmission car from California. Both were working when removed from car, the transmission fluid was not burned. $225. 336-765-8312, wwhitfield@triad.rr.com steering column $60
  9. [TABLE=width: 510, align: center] <tbody>[TR] [TD=width: 135, bgcolor: #ffe4ca, align: center] 1956 dodge 3 1956 dodge 4 1956 dodge 5 1956 dodge 6 1956 dodge 7 1956 dodge 8 1956 dodge 9 1956 dodge 10 [/TD] [TD=align: center][h=1]Dodge 1956[/h] # Matching Classic ! Price: $7995 For sale in: North Carolina Status: Available [TABLE=width: 95%] <tbody>[TR] [TD=width: 28%]Car Type:[/TD] [TD=width: 72%]Sedan[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Miles: [/TD] [TD]108500[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Doors: [/TD] [TD]4[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Engine: [/TD] [TD]270 V8[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Transmission:[/TD] [TD]Automatic[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Color:[/TD] [TD]blue[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Features: [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=colspan: 2]Accessories: [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=colspan: 2]Descripton: 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, tires, $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, $7995. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery suggestions available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE] [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE]
  10. Hi, I've got a beautiful 1973 Dodge Polara Custom for sale. $4700 Or best offer Please click on the link for photos and specs: Thanks for checking it out! 1973 Dodge Polara Custom HANDOUT.pdf 1973 Dodge Polara Custom HANDOUT.pdf
  11. Chance to buy an antique car junkyard including all cars, parts and even the property. Buy 1 item or the whole place check out the website http://bruceclichecars.synthasite.com/ Price for everything is 1.6 Million. The property is about 4 acres and the are about 800 cars/parts cars and millions of parts.
  12. Purchased my first classic car recently - 1964 Dodge dart 270 - and its in great shape. I had let it sit for a few months and when I took off the cover it was leaning towards the drivers side. A mechanic said the torsion bar broke on the drivers side. I m trying to find a torsion bar at a reasonable price and I am having no luck. It seems like most places dont carry them or only carry hi-performance bars costing 3-4 hundred..I called around to some auto junk yards and u pick it places and that was a dead end.. if anyone has a website/company or can point me in the right direction I would really appreciate it. Thank you, Randy
  13. Hey Everyone, I'm hoping to get some help on this one. I got a 1923 Ford T-bucket that someone put what appears to be some classic Dodge Plymouth Chrysler front drum brakes on (probably from the 1937-40s). The brakes are ruined and I'm using this as an opportunity to convert to disc brake. Problem is that I'm not really able to identify the spindle. Anyone got any thoughts? Attached pictures of drum and spindle.
  14. Hey guys, take a look at these cars up for auction (online only), and tell me where you see yourself this summer?Online Only Classic & Luxury Automobile Auction. Auction Ends May 11th!! http://bid.bonnetteauctions.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?bonnette1%2Fcategory%2FALL
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. 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
  19. I am looking for a mopar 805 or 810 radio. Not a great one just a core. Not working is fine. Thank you.
  20. I have for sale a Convertible Top Switch for the 1949 and 1950 Chrysler products (I believe) with 6V electric folding tops. It is the same basic switch as for the 1951 1952 1953 and 1954 however the toggle stem is a different length. The rectangular lke portion of the stem is 7/16" long. The threaded portion is 3/8" long. The toggle stem is 1/2" long. This was in a box of NOS switches that had become separated from their boxes. I believe this would be part number 1302996. I have checked it with an Ohm meter and it functions properly. The handle returns to center nicely after being rotated right or left. The threads look new and no indication a toggle handle was on it before. I had this one as a backup but once I found a correct spare one for my car, I no longer need this one. A deal at $249.
  21. I have a used, but in fantastic condition, Radiator from a 1951 Chrysler Windsor Deluxe. This will also fit 1952 6 cylinder Chryslers. May also work with other Mopars. I was going through a boneyard when a new arrival, a 1951 Chrysler Windosr Deluxe caught my eye. I would swear the car was driven there. (what a shame) The car was in good condition minus a few pieces now. It looked like someones treasure and pleasure before the inheritance. I pulled a few smaller parts when the radiator caught my eye. It was in such great condition on the outside, almost perfect. Then when I removed the cap, I discovered it was full to the top (no leaks) with antifreeze, I knew it was worth a second look. When I drained it, nice new clean antifreeze came out. Hardly a spec of rust. I have flushed it with water a few times and barely any discolored water has come out. I think this radiator was installed and hardly run, if ever. The picture that is shown is how it looked as wiped it off. Amazing condition. A steal at $350. Pick it up in Omaha or I will ship it but you will need to pay the shipping.
  22. Chrysler Service Porcelain Neon Sign This is a vintage original 5' Round All neon works 1 sided Overall Condition 7.5 - White letters have restored $13,000.00 You can email at mikeschwabsigns@gmail.com or call me on my cell two39-404=one972 Go to our website to check out our other signs and additional pictures http://mikeschwabsigns.com . You will only find vintage original signs on my site, absolutely no reproductions. Thanks!
  23. I have the front end and doors, maybe the rear fenders and bumpers. No grille or trim. I can send pics if interested. No rot. My email is jays at epix.net
  24. I have a nice little 73 Dodge Dart with a slant 6. Have been having some fuel problems with it. replaced just about everything except the fuel sending unit (looks good) and the steel lines (also good). The problem that I am still having is that there is no fuel at the filter/carb when it is ideling. I have been having this problem for about 3 months. Before that it ran like a dream. If I rev it up to around 3000 rpm the pump will kick in untill then I get nothing from the pump. Any ideas?
  25. In the midst of restoring my '37 Dodge Sedan and need a steering column. Also needed is the chrome trim pieces for the entire car. Message me if you could help:rolleyes: -Michelle