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PallCon Services <pallconservices@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 04:42PM -0400

Hi Jack
Hope you are well and enjoying your Mopars. It has been quite some time since we met.
I am still finishing my 62 plymouth and looking for a 65 belvedere 2 door sedan to make an altered wheel ...more
jack cheek <jcheek123456@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 08:57PM -0400

what have you been doing.working on old cars.its a life long love.it will
never end till we are pushing daisyes up---the way I like it.
good to here from you.
there is a 65 in the detorit-metro ...more
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Dumbest question ever
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Oct 07 01:29PM -0700

The front turn signal lenses on my '64 Fury - the ones in the front bumper - does the round part (covers the bulb socket within the overall rectangle lens) go toward the outsides of the car, ...more
mcreglow <mcreglow@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 07:14PM -0500

you are correct about the turn signal placement. as far as the dumbest question ever — i’ll let you decide ;-)
attached is a pic from my ’64 fury.
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 07:24PM -0500

Do you mean the round area shown here:
Gary H.
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Oct 07 05:32PM -0700

Thanks Mike and LOL. They say the 2st step to recovery is admitting the problem!
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Oct 07 05:35PM -0700

Yes that's it Gary. Thank you.
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1964 dodge 880 start problems
"jhanlon1903 ." <jhanlon1903@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 06 09:49PM -0400

hit the starter with a hammer then try, maybe try another starter if
zachross07@xxxxxxxxx: Oct 07 04:09PM -0700

How do I bypass the amp gauge?
Sent from my iPhone
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 07:01PM -0500

One way:
Go to
and click on the "Convert a Mopar AMP gauge system to a VOLT system" link.
Gary H.
> -------Original ...more
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1962 Dart for sale (Seattle)
"Drüe Bloch" <andrewmbloch@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 04:46PM -0700

Beautifully restored base model Dart. All new drive train includes mildly
built 440 (dyno'd ...more
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63 B body BB oil pan & pickup
Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 09:22AM -0700

"Roland Osborne" <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 12:02PM -0500

Not to be commercial here but last time we tried to find a pan for the ’65 and older k-members, no one had any despite how many of those cars were made… Milodon has a 7 quart replacement pan which ...more
"Roland Osborne" <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 12:15PM -0500

Correction-18330 pickup

From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Roland Osborne
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Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 10:17AM -0700

Well I tried the Summit Racing set and it did not work. The pan hit the k
member. But I'm not sure if they sent me the right yr. It almost seemed
like my motor mounts were to low. ...more
"Hall, Ricky L" <ricky.l.hall@xxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 05:22PM

Really liked the Milodon front and rear rubber seal design – has a U-shape to help seal. I used the stock replacement Milodon pan, pickup, gaskets and bolts on my Poly.............. ...more
george smith <bt6t4@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 10:42AM -0700

Christophr,Took some time for me too. On my 64 RB engine I found the Mopar Perf. pan I needed. #5007807. Might be same configuration as you need. Do a little research
george smith <bt6t4@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 10:44AM -0700

I believe it's a 6 qt. pan and they'll match the pickup tube for you.
On Wed, 10/7/15, Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 01:08PM -0500

http://www.1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/oilpans.html has some research results.
Gary H.
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Oct 07 11:21AM -0700

If you have the shillings, consider Roland's advice. I put the 31010 in the '64 Fury. It's a stout piece that fits like a glove.
usaafb17g@xxxxxx: Oct 07 02:27PM -0400

I am having the same problem, I am putting together a 383 to transplant into a 6 cyl. 1964 Savoy. Big block K-member and chassis done, located the correct BB oil pan but unable locate a the correct ...more
"Roland Osborne" <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 02:02PM -0500

Actually, Jim Kramer, Bob Mazzolini and I had the re-pop discussion when this first came about… Kramer said he’d loan us an original pan so we chatted with our foundry that makes the Poly ...more
Nico Over <nover2@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 02:08PM -0500

I used the Milodon pan/pickup Roland mentioned fits 59 up chassis as I recall, need to notch slightly the driver's side front of the K-member, all else went fine, have a 451 in my 64 SF but doubt that ...more
"Roland Osborne" <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 02:11PM -0500

Actually I remember now that Bob Mazzolini sent that MP pan to our customer and it did work... still right at the $250 mark...
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Dodger7998@xxxxxxx: Oct 07 03:48PM -0400

George if that is the same # you posted a few years back when I needed one,
it fit both of my 65 B bodies just fine

In a message dated 10/7/2015 12:45:40 P.M. Central Daylight Time, ...more
"Roland Osborne" <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 03:00PM -0500

Summit sells them for $157 and pickup to go with for $26… no shipping and can ship today…

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Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 02:06PM -0700

Wow I thank you you all so much. I am going to try Roland's idea 1st. I
just called Summit an ordered an oil pan , pickup , windage tray and
gaskets for $400. Shipped to Hawaii. I am a little ...more
george smith <bt6t4@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 02:25PM -0700

Yes it is Roger. Memory not being what it was...or is.
On Wed, 10/7/15, Dodger7998 via The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse ...more
george smith <bt6t4@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 02:27PM -0700

Call mancini
On Wed, 10/7/15, usaafb17g via The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse <1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Gary Wilson <gwwilson70@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 04:33PM -0700

If you need the pan with the rear sump I probably have one along with the
pick up/Gary W
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1962 Dodge Dart (Pics)
"zephyr9900@xxxxxxxxxxx" <zephyr9900@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 04:42AM -0500

A 1962 Dodge Dart that might be of interest. This Dart was converted into a
limousine that was originally intended for the Vatican - it was sold to a
Catholic Church in Kentucky. She is called the ...more
patrick miller <patrickmiller1234@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 12:02PM

If my memory serves me well,I believe this car has a V10 in it. I remember seeing this at the Hot Rod Hoe down a few years ago.

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"Roland Osborne" <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 09:42AM -0500

Sweet!!! Check out that powerbulge hood

From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of zephyr9900@xxxxxxxxxxx
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"Dan McCormack" <mcwheels@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 03:30PM -0400

Way back when the Buffalo airport had 8 door limos like this but they were Chryslers. Later they were replaced by 8 door Checker cabs.


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"Jerry L Pullin Jr" <jerrypullinjr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 04:54PM -0500

That’s cool & very different!

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Poly at Engine Masters
"Roland Osborne" <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 03:55PM -0500

Our good friends at Mopar Muscle have already posted the prelim video of the
Poly race tomorrow. see it at
<https://www.facebook.com/moparmusclemag?fref=ts> ...more
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Brake Proportioning Valve
ALIENVOICE@xxxxxxx: Oct 07 04:37AM -0400

This is the direction I took. They have one (same block with different
attachment point for 62-64 cars), and that is what bought
(http://www.ebay.com/itm/200912223842) . Should make the ...more
"Dan McCormack" <mcwheels@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 03:27PM -0400

Those should work but actually the valve I had in mind was this one:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/390486193300?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2648 ...more
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New 440 Motor Old school cross ram
behring@xxxxxxxxxxx: Oct 07 11:08AM -0700

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Welcome new member - 1965 Plymouth Belvedere
behring@xxxxxxxxxxx: Oct 07 10:39AM -0700

Thanks !
On Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 12:40:08 PM UTC-4, LeRoar wrote:
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jack cheek <jcheek123456@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 09:33AM -0400

hi gary
sorry about the way I handle your help with the barracuda that I was trying
to get parts for.
I had some surgery done and the meds.
they had me on was giving me fits.
soo now that I have ...more
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Differential ID
ALIENVOICE@xxxxxxx: Oct 07 03:14AM -0400

Not large. just messy. I had nine engines of various sizes and
generations (from two 325s, including the Hemi version) through 318 Poly and LA,
360s, 400, 413 and 440. Have since "thinned the ...more
Ray Bell <raybell46@xxxxxxxxx>: Oct 07 03:50AM -0700

The American predeliction with casting numbers...
You say it's a 'rear end', that implies a complete axle housing with
differential and axles installed, possibly brakes as well.
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