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NEED RUNNING BOARDS FOR 1937 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL C-10 AIRFLOW


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  • 2 weeks later...

The running boards seem very vulnerable in Airflows -- you may have to make them. Rubber used to be available from Steele, but was thick and very hard to apply to original boards. As you may know, stainless strips lay inside each indentation in the rubber -- a tricky application, but essential to get the correct look for the C-17s.

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I have an address in my files for a man that should be able to help. A restoration shop just received a set for a 1933 Chrysler that looked great. Send me an email at timandjuliawolfe1@roadrunner.com and I'll look up the info and send it to you.

Found the info! Hunley Acuff runningboards

Do a web search with info and his page will come up, he does Airflows!

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