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This car and parts are on hold. I can not get a hold of anybody.1936 Dodge Coupes and parts for sale

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A good customer and friend just were killed in a plane crash last week. He was a 25 plus year judge at the Oshkosh air show. He bought a 60s Piper that was in TN. He restores old planes and been a pilot for 40 plus years and worked for the airlines until he retired 10 years ago. He flew commercially to TN from CA to fly the plane back home. He crashed near Las Vegas NM.

I will be helping his widow with the estate. He was building 3-36 dodge coupes. One hot rod that he has owned since he was 20? He said more miles on being towed than driven. The other was going to be stock and the other basically a parts car. He has a machine shop that he did a lot of his own work. 

I will post the inventory at a later date with details.

Start you want list here.

Thanks

Dave

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31 minutes ago, keiser31 said:

So sorry to hear about the loss of your good friend.

Thank you, John.

We were supposed to fly a WW1 trainer to Oshkosh that he is rebuilding next year to put it up for sale. Open twin cockpit. That was the last thing we talked about before he went to the Oshkosh show. 

http://www.chron.com/news/texas/article/Pilot-found-dead-in-wreckage-of-crashed-plane-in-11820163.php

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8 minutes ago, Uptowndodge said:

Sorry about your friend. I'm still looking for a left side mount fender. Thx

I'll know Sat of what parts will be for sale. He does have fenders. Just discovered that he bought a 36 4 dr rust free sedan for parts. 4 cars in the pile plus a lot of parts that have been restored. He had just finished building a state of the art spray booth that is large enough to put a twin engine Cessna inside to paint. He has a complete machine shop in his hanger that he used to restore his cars and mainly antique airplanes. His house is attached to the hanger. The hanger door is about 30ft wide.

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Dave, you, or anyone, really I'm missing the stainless molding strips which fit under the rear quarter windows. Also, a left inside visor mounting bracket, or complete left inside visor.

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18 minutes ago, Hudsy Wudsy said:

Dave, you, or anyone, really I'm missing the stainless molding strips which fit under the rear quarter windows. Also, a left inside visor mounting bracket, or complete left inside visor.

I think that I have those. I'll check for that stuff at the estate tomorrow.

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Dave I"m new to this site so I don't know if I'm even doing this correct or if you are even selling any of these parts. I'm looking for a Windshield regulator for a 1936 Plymouth (36 Dodge is the same)

It doesn't have to be purity it just needs to be all there and work ... Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks Dennis Donat ... thedennis@gmail.com

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I have a 1936 DeSoto S1 coupe .. Maybe dodge is the same. By your pictures the dodge coupe body looks identical.  Looking for a running board molding driver side but I think R&L is the same.. 54" length abt. 1" width.  The width may be a little off.

Also needing the hood hinge retainers mounted on the cowl & radiator shell.

 

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I see you had a 1936 dodge grill with dodge hood ornament on it. If it is for sale I could use one for my 36 dodge car. 

How much would it be. 

Please contact me at jackcrutch@gmail.com

PS I have been to Dream Cruise 4 times and it was great, I am hoping to take my 36 dodge next time I go.

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I HAVE A 1937 FARGO pick up   I am looking for the centre grill with crank hole cover , I live in Australia  hope that's not a problem   looking forward to hearing from you

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I'm restoring a 1936 Dodge Business Coupe and need just a few parts. I need an original Stromberg EXV-2 one barrel carburetor, engine firewall grommets, headlight knob,horn for engine compartment. Do you have any of these parts available and what is the price. Thanks in advance Larry

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Still looking for  a driver side running board molding. Appx. 54" length about 1" width.    Also would the 1936 Dodge 16" wheels work on my 1936 DeSoto S1.. If so I may be interested in buying a set of 4.    Frank Wilkie, Goreville, IL. 62939     flwwlf@hotmail.com

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I'm just seeing this post for the 1st time in early Feb 2018.  I'm very sorry to hear the sad story of your friend's demise.  It looks like he was a very accomplished mechanic and restorer.  Please accept my condolences.

 

If any of the pictured parts are still available please let me know.  As you already know from the Dodge Brothers forum I have a 36 D2 5 passenger sedan and the grill shell and everything forward of it/attached to it is the weakest part of the car, condition-wise.  I see a few very nice grill shells/grills in the pics and would be interested in talking about them if you PM me.  

 

Also, the most rusty area of my D2 is the floor pan between the front seat and the firewall.  Probably got wet repeatedly from a leaking windshield.  So any parts cars that are being cut up and could donate that area to my project are worth talking about as well.

 

Thanks.

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