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Dodge Brother,

I picked up a 34 for parts and once I get the few parts I need, the rest of the vehicle will be available as a parts car or in whole. If any of you are looking for certain items, let me know and I will be more than happy to help you out.

I will be bringing the car back to California later next week.

Cheers,

Mark

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My apologies...it's a 4 Door Sedan. I was wondering why you were asking the same question. Lol My heads not clear...drove 2200 miles to get to the car today.

As for pictures, that's the only one I have other than the interior. It was pretty dark since the car was in a connex.

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Hi Mark,

Thanks for the offer.

This is what I need :

Bumper overriders x 4

Door striker plates and the spring loaded keepers.

Rear tail lights and lenses

Front windscreen hinges

Rear 1/4 vent window seals ( if they are in good condition otherwise they arn't any good )

If you have horns then sell these as a pair and you should get a pretty good price for them.

I'll check later today what else I need.

Again, many thanks

Ian

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No worries all...I am at Disney World with the family and I will be bring the car home in about a week.

I will be pulling it apart soon and start parting it out. I need to find the beauty rings and glass for the headlights, so if anyone wants to do some trading, possibly we can make a deal.

Cheers

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Hi Guys,

Thats my headlight for my 34. It came as you see it complete with dress rings etc... so not sure if they were options or what the story is but the only modification I've made is its a 12volt sealed beam.

Mind you they came up a treat after the plater had finished with them !!

Mark, do you know what happened to the Dodge you bought.....looks like the poor old girl has seen better days.

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Yeah Ian....that is definitely your light. Your the only person that has gave me an idea do what they log like. Haha

Turns out the car I am picking up was original and had very few original miles and was a victim of hurricane Katrina. Poor old car was destroyed. Quit a shame.

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Hi I need lots of parts, but one I am looking for is the cover on the inside of the cab that goes above the windshield that either covers up the windshield wiper motor, or is the mount for it. I don't know what goes there, as I have yet to find a 34 pickup that i can look and see what is missing. I think it goes all the way across. I have been told that a lot of the car parts will interchange, if it is a 111 inch wheelbase. Thanks, Guy Denton

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post-38189-143139078048_thumb.jpgHere's an original headlight. The one in the other photo is retrofitted with a aftermarket sealed beam replacement kit. All the sealed beam kits I've seen had the trim ring to fill the gap left by the smaller sealed beam. I don't suppose those kits were available until 1940 when sealed beams were introduced.
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Mark,

I have a 1934 Dodge KC, and I need a few parts off your car (If any are still left). My wish list is, an interior dome light complete, 17' wire wheels (if your wheels are wire), a bolt cover for the front bumper bracket, and horn. My number is 510 435-8988. Thank you, Wallace.

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still interested in parts i mentioned earlier but i wont get in to a bidding war on this car if it comes to that

i may be able to use those front doors for my coupe if measurements are close enough and price is right.

i'm located in california also

Jen

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Hey Mark,

Looks like its been picked up and slammed down. Hopefully you'll get enough sales from bits and pieces to recover the bulk of the cost.

It is interesting when you mentioned you have parts how many people are in need of them ( sort of like seagully with a chip !! ) :)

I reckon you could get approx $200 to $300 for the horns alone.

Keep us posted

Ian

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Ian...you are correct, the hurricane picked her up and drooped her pretty hard. Just got the car back home to California. Dragging her clear across the country was no fun. Had to buy a car trailer in Texas and I pulled her home about 2200 miles. The main reason I picked up the car was for the headlights and horns. I really didn't need any other parts to be honest. I have everything complete for mine now. At least I hope so...I will start pulling off some pieces soon to start parting it out to try and recoup some of what I spent.

Cheers

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Ian...you are correct, the hurricane picked her up and drooped her pretty hard. Just got the car back home to California. Dragging her clear across the country was no fun. Had to buy a car trailer in Texas and I pulled her home about 2200 miles. The main reason I picked up the car was for the headlights and horns. I really didn't need any other parts to be honest. I have everything complete for mine now. At least I hope so...I will start pulling off some pieces soon to start parting it out to try and recoup some of what I spent.

Cheers

i have a friend who is traveling all over the place for parts right now for his 1933 plymouth 2 dr sedan . found him a nice one in oregon he is heading home with it today hoping its a safe journey for him

Jen

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Hi Mark,

I need:

1) the passenger door lock

2) the chrome cover (shield shaped) that's at the bottom of the front grille. (crank hole cover)

Let me know what you want for them please. Also, if you can post a picture of the dash, there may be some parts (knobs) I can use as well

Thanks,

Dave (408) 265-4842 San Jose, Ca

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