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F/S 33-34 Factory Dodge/Plymouth luggage rack Lowered Price


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I was saving this to use on my 34 conv. but that's not going to happen now as I'm going to leave the rear mount spare on it. This rack is in great shape with minimal small dents. Surface rust only. The Dodge emblem and the chrome strips were gone when I acquired this rack. All the mounting hardware appears to be there. These don't show up very often! $400US. Shipping from Vancouver Canada.

Ken   brasstguy at gmail.com

 

Lowered price $300. Let's talk!

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The rack you picture is designed to fit a sedan. I am attaching a photo of a 1934 Chrysler-Dodge-Plymouth coupe luggage rack frame mounting bracket. A 1933 Dodge-Plymouth bracket has a thinner flange at the location of the red arrow.

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Ian

Thanks for the "after" picture of your trunk rack. It looks great all restored. It really finishes off the rear of the car when you have side mounts. Too bad there wasn't a provision for the rack to be used in conjunction with the rear spare like the Fords do.  Both my 34's are rear spare cars and I do like the looks of a luggage rack back there.

I've been following the progress on your sedan for the last few years. You are doing a very impressive restoration. It is an inspiration for the rest of us.

Ken

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On 2015-5-21 at 5:57 AM, dep5 said:

The rack you picture is designed to fit a sedan. I am attaching a photo of a 1934 Chrysler-Dodge-Plymouth coupe luggage rack frame mounting bracket. A 1933 Dodge-Plymouth bracket has a thinner flange at the location of the red arrow.

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Hi Dep5, I have these same brackets for my 34 ply coupe, I have been looking for the rubber grommets with no luck, any help on where I can find these?

Also, how do these rubber pieces get inserted in the brackets, doesn't look they will go in through neither ends.

Thanks in advance ...

 

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These rubber Grommets will be available soon, not quite to the original spec but pretty close have produced in natural but trying to locate black. The fitting of these is not easy if fact the originals over time would start to split where they are stretched over the angled section where they bolt on to the rear frame member, I suggest that washing up liquid be used as a lubricant or a petrolatum jelly otherwise you could break a nail. please contact me via the email option. These sample parts in white will accept a coating of rubberized paint should that be of interest .

 

 

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8 minutes ago, solcitoblue said:

Hi TomP, I will be interested in buying a pair, please let me know when you have them ready for sale

Thanks

 

Will add you to my list. Thanks I'll also posts some photos up later.

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Hi Gents, these are available if they are of interest, they will fit the PD, PE, PF & PG Coupes, not sure if the Dodge Coupe had the same rear valance but sure someone will chip in. For the last 3 yrs I have a pair of these nailed to a piece of timber sitting on the top of a container to make sure the elements will not affect them. When lockdown is through I will take a ride out to my unit where I think I may have approx 10 pairs.

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15 hours ago, solcitoblue said:

Hi TomP, do you have a picture of these installed?
I’m interested  In a pair

thanks

Adrian

 

Hi Arian, Thanks for your interest, when I'm next out at my unit I'll get some bits together for an updated photoshoot. Not easy at the moment with Covid19.

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These were not bought, they were made.

I got the exact same size rounded brass and had them cut to the correct length. Then had the ends finished off to match the originals. Brazed threads attached to the rounded brass in the right locations and then chrome plate. The result you see is in the photo.

 

Hope this helps

 

Cheers

Ian

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