Guest RogerS351 Posted September 12, 2013 Share Posted September 12, 2013 My father and I are in the process of restoring a 1926 Dodge tourer. This would have to be one of the longest restorations ever as he started it in the mid 1980's. Now that he's retired I'm pushing him to finish it. At some point in its past it was converted to a ute so when he bought it the rear tub (that's what we've always called it but there might be a better name) and rear doors were sitting in the back of the tray. In other words we're putting some of it back together by guesswork. The front section was mounted on the chassis with some felt and rubber blocks (in chassis-felt-rubber-body order). What we're trying to figure out is firstly if this was original and secondly if so if the rear section was also mounted in this manner (it would mean quite a large gap between the frame above the petrol tank and the bottom of the tub). If anyone can help point us in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated.Roger. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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