Mr. Bee

Your Favorite Dodge pre-war parts shop

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Anyone willing to share their favorite online stores for Dodge, Chrysler and/or Plymouth late 30's (prewar) cars?

 

Cheers!

 

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Hagen's, Then & Now, Bernbaum, Myers Early Dodge, Steele Rubber, Doug Walters rubber, CARiD for rear wheel bearings at a good price. There are running board rubber outfits, wiring makers like RI Wire, firewall pad makers...

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Thanks for the suggestions.  I've been finding it difficult to find Dodge stuff.  It's easy to find pretty much anything for late 30s Fords and Chevys but Dodge...geez.

 

I'll look up the site mentioned and see what I can find.  I need lots of parts but tough finding sources.

 

Cheers.

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http://www.fatfenderedrelics.com/welcome.html  Purchased  several items from him. Good quality and reasonably priced

 

Several listed here as well:  http://www.ply33.com/Parts/vendor

 

I have heard good things about these people as well but have no personal knowledge.:  http://www.restorationspecialties.com/Products.html

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Thanks for the suggestions.  I've been finding it difficult to find Dodge stuff.  It's easy to find pretty much anything for late 30s Fords and Chevys but Dodge...geez.

 

I'll look up the site mentioned and see what I can find.  I need lots of parts but tough finding sources.

 

Cheers.

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The ply33.com website appears to have a long list of suppliers.  That'll take me a while to go through all those and find those that have parts for my car.

Thanks very much.

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Did you post down in the Dodge and Dodge Brothers section of this forum?

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Thanks folks.  Ya...I should have posted this on the Dodge sub forum.  Sorry...newbie on this forum.

 

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