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Pete in PA

36 P1/P2 taillamp assembly questions

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I'm looking for some help from someone with a 1936 Plymouth MAster Parts Catalog.  As I say in a thread I started recently on the Dodge forum I have a D2 non-touring sedan (4 door, no trunk) that needs a LH tail lamp assembly.  The car came to me with a bunch of parts from a 1936 P1 touring sedan (or so I was told).  

 

 

Can someone tell me what p/ns the Plymouth MPC shows for LH and RH taillamp assemblies?  You can see the casting numbers on the P1 parts I have.  Do they match?

Here's my thread:

 

https://forums.aaca.org/topic/326497-36-tail-lamp-mystery/

 

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Forgot to mention that the thread also shows a "spare" taillamp of unknown origin that came with the car.  The bracket is close, but not identical to the one on my Dodge.  I have no idea what it came from except that it must be mid-30s Mopar.  DeSoto?  Chrysler?   Casting number is 641006.  So if anyone can shed light on that I'd appreciate it.

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4 hours ago, Pete in PA said:

Forgot to mention that the thread also shows a "spare" taillamp of unknown origin that came with the car.  The bracket is close, but not identical to the one on my Dodge.  I have no idea what it came from except that it must be mid-30s Mopar.  DeSoto?  Chrysler?   Casting number is 641006.  So if anyone can shed light on that I'd appreciate it.

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All photos are on the DB forum and I posted a link to that thread. is that link visible and/or working?

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1 hour ago, Pete in PA said:

All photos are on the DB forum and I posted a link to that thread. is that link visible and/or working?

I see that now. Sorry I missed it.

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