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Need screw-on Exhaust donut flange for 1919 Roadster


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Hey guys - I too think this new Dodge board is EXCELLENT!!! :-) I recently acquired a barn-fresh 1919 roadster that has been in storage for 25 years. It is all original and running and driving - it's a great find.<P>Anyway - I've found a guy who can get me an exhaust system, but he cannot do the screw-on donut flange. Does anyone know where I can get this - is someone reporducing them? Thanks! - Chuck<P>P.S. I would be happy to help answer any originality questions I might be able to help out with as this car is super-original. :-)

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Chuck -<BR>Doing this from memory, but I believe that several years ago Bob Long (Romar) had repro exhaust pipe connectors. This outfit is now known as Vern Barker's Romar in PA 814.827.7601 - 8am to 10pm EST M-F. E-mail: romar@mail.usachoice.net.<P>The other DB parts mail order seller is Roy Brister 916.973.9778 in CA. E-mail: screenside@aol.com<P>I talked to the guy in Northeast, MD in early December and it sounds like he has lots of good stuff, but I've not had occassion to get up there.

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Dodge Brother Chuck,<BR>If you're a member of the Dodge Brothers Club, the Latest DBC News has a diagram showing how to make that 4-Cylinder Exhaust flange.<P> If your aren't a member, you should be!<BR>BUT, I'll be happy to send you the information if you'll just send your snail-mail.<P>Keep-on-Dodgin'<P>Donn Marinovich<BR>dcmmld@mlode.com

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