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A friend of mine is cleaning out a garage that his father used as a car repair shop in the 60's and 70's and we found something of interest. Neither of us had seen these before. There is a tool box filled with wrenches, socket sets, ignition wrenches, etc. that are stamped MOPAR. I checked ebay and could find nothing. Is there any interest out there on this stuff? I would guess mopar guys would flip over them...



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Is it MoPar or Miller stamped on the tools..."Miller" are the tools used by Chrysler corp. for dealer service repairs.

i have never seen service tools stamped MoPar. I have hundreds of 40/50's Miller service tools I've collected the past 30 years.

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OK, I got some photos. My friend and his father had a repair shop in the 60's and 70's and this is a set of tools that he bought when he worked at a Chrysler dealership. The tools all say MOPAR and are in a tool box marked Yorktown. The tools and the boxes all came as a set. The remaining tools are broken sets and they are what they are...

1/2" Drive Socket Set: Ratchet, 6" extension,1" extension. Sockets: 1 1/4", 1 1/16", 1", 7/8", 11/16", 5/8", 7/16"

3/8" Drive deep sockets: 3" extension, 3/4", 11/16", 7/16", 3/8",

3/8" Drive deep sockets 12 point: 3/4", 11/16"

3/8" Drive deep sockets 6 point: 1/2", 7/16", 3/8"

Ignition Wrench Set: SK tools in a MOPAR pouch.

Combo Wrench Set: 1", 15/16", 7/8", 13/16", 3/4", 11/16", 5/8", 1/2", 3/8" (missing 9/16 and 7/16)

Double Ended Open: 3/4-5/8; 11/16-9/16; 5/8-9/16; 1/2-7/16

MOPAR brake adjusting spoon

1/4 Drive Socket Set: 1/2, 5/16,1/4, 3/8,9/32, 11/32, 3/16, 7/32

Large Green Box with drawers and pull-out tray marked Yorktown.









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Yes now I have seen some of these 60's MoPar Chrysler tools.. a great find .;) Now...  I have seen stamped 60's Chrysler and MoPar tools!!!! 60's though

I'm into the 30's 40's 50's tools because of what I work on...

More tools on Ebay....

Chrysler tools MTSC.jpg

Chrysler Bonney Tool Set.jpg

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Hi Guys, 


Did this also apply to the tools provided in factory tool kits? 


I have the factory tool kit for our 1930 DeSoto but have never really looked at it properly and I am not near the car at the moment to check. 


Hi C49er, 


I have been trying to get onto you for a couple of weeks, can you check your PMs - Many Thanks 





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  • 3 years later...

Hello, My name is Robert M. I am currently rebuilding a 1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe front suspension. I'm in need of the miller tools C-608 & C-594 to assemble the upper and lower control arms. Are these tools available for sale or rent? I live in Southern Ca. so that might be an issue for renting them. Is it possible that someone in this forum might know if these tools are available here in CA.? Another possibility is I have the means to make a set, all I would need is the dimensions or blue prints for these 2 tools. This car was purchased from an auction out of Florida by close friends. What you see in the pics is a far cry from what the bought. The paint and chrome were the best part of this purchase. Any help you can offer would be very much appreciated.



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  • 4 years later...

Hi all.Bumping this thread because it's the only place on the internet I could find that mentioned "mopar tools".  I came across a really cool old 1/2' drill that I'm trying to find out any information on. I am having no luck at all finding anything out anywhere. Here are some pics. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.


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