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I am looking for a Master Cylinder and brake lines for my 1950 Chrysler Windsor. I can't seem to find the exact parts for my car. Most of what I am coming across is for Desoto, Plymouth or Dodge. Are these parts interchangeable? 

Also, if anyone can let me know where I can by parts for this car that would be great. I am searching the internet constantly, but I know a lot of people have their own connections that may be helpful.

 

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Power brakes?  If not, the original MoPar master cylinder part number is 1320917 from what my book shows.  That number matches to 50-52 Chrysler, DeSoto and 51-52 Dodge station wagon.  Try contacting a guy from this forum called mobileparts (Craig) via a personal message.  He has a parts business and seems to have items like this in stock.  Inlinetube.com might have brake lines.

 

My book shows two part numbers for master cylinders for power brake models.

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The 1950 Windsor would not have the frame mounted brake booster unless it's a 8 passenger sedan or limo.

Cylinder bore would be 1-1/8".

Available almost anywhere.

But as already advised do contact Craig for a non chinese good quality master cylinder and other needed brake parts.

Chi-com parts belong where they are manufactured...not on old MoPars!

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Talitom,

    I responded to your message two hours ago.... You will have to wait quite some time for my "call back" ------- because, I don't have any phone number for you ?!?!?!? But, fortunately, I DID provide you with my phone number in the message ----- and here it is, here now.......

 

Always best to simply call me --- Craig --- 516 - 485 - 1935....

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Not sure if there are any pre-made steel brake lines out there. However I have had great success making my own. Highly recommend the Calvan in line flaring tool. Skip the old style clamp double

flaring tool. Its a good lesson in frustration and why good tools are worth the money! lol

You can however, order new rubber flex lines, if that was what you meant.

 

Keith 

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