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Posted 2005-07-08 7:57 PM (#34526)
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Here is a short list of cars that I am currently parting.
'56 Ply 2-door wagon
14 '57 plymouths, various models and body styles
3 '58 Plymouths, lower line models
6 '59 Plymouths, various models and body styles
1 '60 Ply wagon
1 '61 Ply belv. 4-door sedan

1 '57 DeSoto 4-door sedan

2 '57 Dodges, 2-door and 4-door sedan
2 '60 Dodge wagons
2 '61 Dodge sedans

2 '55 Chrys. 4-door sedans
3 '56 Chrys 4-door sedans
2 '57 Chrys 4-door sedans
1 '60 Chrys 4-door sedan

1 '59 Imperial 4-door sedan
3 60 Imperial 4-door hardtops, and one 2-door hardtops

Please e-mail me if you are looking for something in particular, and I will get back to you with the availability, condition, and price. ---John
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Posted 2005-10-14 9:39 PM (#41721 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M! Are either of the `60 Dodge wagons be Dart models? I have a `60 Phoenix,and am looking for parts..Thanks Mike,bigfin..
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Posted 2005-10-15 1:03 AM (#41732 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey

Well Im always looking for another parts car 1959 chrysler New Yorker. Its not on the list but I figure I should atleast ask.


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Posted 2005-10-15 5:40 AM (#41736 - in reply to #41721)
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mike what are you looking for the 60 dodge?? I might be able to help

thanks smitty salvage04@aol.com
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Posted 2005-10-15 6:05 AM (#41737 - in reply to #41736)
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CASEY i have a 59 newyorker coming in for parts lat me know what you are looking for
thanks smitty salvage04@aol.com
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Posted 2005-11-03 9:31 PM (#42735 - in reply to #41736)
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Hi Matador 440! I`m looking for license plate trim,I have one but it`s pitted. Front fenders,Headlight bezels,rear bumper,I have one of these but its rough chromewise. Clock,I also but extra parts-just incase! Thanks,Mike-bigfin..
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Posted 2005-11-05 9:44 PM (#42872 - in reply to #34526)
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i'm still looking for those pesky little a/c vents for my '59 plymmy, the chrysler still have them?
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Posted 2005-11-05 10:57 PM (#42876 - in reply to #34526)
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I don't suppose you have a 71 fury or a 70 in fury in that collection.  I am looking for a front valance
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Posted 2005-11-06 12:58 PM (#42919 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Steve, sorry, but i can't help you there. I do have a friend that has quite a few Mopars of the muscle era, with many for parts. His e-mail address is cudabee@clearconnects.com His name is Tom Barkhouse by the way.---John
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Posted 2006-03-11 9:50 AM (#51799 - in reply to #34526)
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how complete is the 1956 wagon. i need some parts for my 56 savoy 2 dr. thanks, daniel rump
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Posted 2006-03-12 1:04 PM (#51874 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Dan, the wagon suffered an engine and light interior fire [dash area]. The car is solid, except some front floor areas, the hood is heat warped and NG, and the right front fender is missing. Let me know what you are needing, and I can check it out.---John
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Posted 2006-03-19 2:29 PM (#52403 - in reply to #34526)
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well i need a front seat and door side glass. how solid is the rear seating area? i need trunk a trunk pan. thanks, daniel
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Posted 2006-03-20 1:32 PM (#52456 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Dan, I'll check those items out and get back to you with the descriptions. ---John
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Posted 2006-03-20 7:56 PM (#52468 - in reply to #34526)
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Dan, I looked the 2-door wagon over inbetween cloudbursts today, the passenger floor area is rusty, and the door glass is crazed fron the heat of the dash fire. The tailgate is in good condition with no rust, and the spare tire well appears to be in excellent shape. I wasn't sure if you were working on a wagon or a sedan, but this is the only '55 or '56 I have currently. Please let me know, John
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Posted 2006-03-22 10:53 AM (#52550 - in reply to #52468)
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Hi John,

Still have that 60 Chrysler sedan? If so, how's the stainless trim around the door windows? If it's good, and still there, what'd you want for the trim around all four windows / doors?

Many thanks for your time,
Bryan
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Posted 2006-03-22 5:47 PM (#52575 - in reply to #34526)
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big m,

My '58 Desoto Fireflite needs one of these.

 





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big m
Posted 2006-03-22 8:10 PM (#52592 - in reply to #34526)
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The closest thing I have would be a '57 Chrysler, I am not sure if this latch panel would be the same, although the fenders are basically the same. If you know this for sure, let me know and I can check it out. BTW, beautiful car!!! ---John
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Posted 2006-03-23 5:39 PM (#52643 - in reply to #52592)
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I can't take credit for owning the car in the example picture. The car is Tom White's '58 Adventurer Fuelie.

As for the latch panel, my car doesn't have one. I am trying to compare pictures I found on the internet.

Edited by Have Car Will Cruise 2006-03-23 5:41 PM
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Posted 2006-03-28 11:03 AM (#52929 - in reply to #34526)
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I am looking for a 56 Plymouth 2 dr htp or sedan body shell for a parts car. I need just the body shell only.
Thanks.
John
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Posted 2006-03-28 1:43 PM (#52938 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, sorry, but I currently do not have one in stock. If I run across one, I will let you know.---John
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Posted 2006-04-03 1:10 PM (#53367 - in reply to #52938)
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Hi John,

Still have that 60 Chrysler sedan? If so, how's the stainless trim around the door windows? If it's good, and still there, what'd you want for the trim around all four windows / doors?

Many thanks for your time,
Bryan
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Posted 2006-04-03 6:12 PM (#53392 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bryan, I checked the '60 out, and it still has the stainless trim around the window frames. Generally good condition, but there are a couple of tiny dings in a couple of the pieces. These would be fairly easy to fix, however. The price for the set would be100.00. Please let me know if you are interested, John
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Posted 2006-04-03 10:12 PM (#53413 - in reply to #53392)
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John, that sounds good and fair. Count me in for the set . Also, how about the trim that goes on the drip rail on the top above the doors? I'm needing one of those as well for each side also...

thanks again,
Bryan

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Posted 2006-04-04 12:27 PM (#53444 - in reply to #34526)
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Bryan, the drip rail moldings are both missing. Please e-mail me re the other pieces, and I can start getting the items together.---John
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Posted 2006-04-04 7:15 PM (#53468 - in reply to #53444)
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Hi John,

Any leads on '57-'59 Plymouth sedan Solex windshields yet?

K.
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Posted 2006-04-05 7:17 PM (#53589 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Kenny, I did recently pick two cars up with tinted windows, a '58 Dodge sedan, and a '59 Suburban wagon, but on closer inspection, both of the windshields are cracked. I'll keep you in mind should a good one turn up.---John
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Posted 2006-04-07 11:13 PM (#53764 - in reply to #53444)
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John,

I meant to get back in touch with you sooner, been a bit busy lately, and this weekend I've got three cars at a large display at the Lowes Motor Speedway in Concord, NC... hopefully I should be able to send you that $$ via Paypal first of the week once things settle down.

Many thanks!

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Posted 2006-04-08 1:11 PM (#53805 - in reply to #34526)
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No problem! ---John
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Posted 2006-04-09 8:28 PM (#53872 - in reply to #34526)
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mine is a sedan 2dr. post. thanks, daniel
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Posted 2006-04-12 9:12 PM (#54053 - in reply to #34526)
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Need the following parts from your '61 Plymouth.

1) Need right side horn.

2) Need parking brake pedal assembly with warning light switch.

3) Need wing nut for battery hold down.

4) Need the plastic clip in the center of the headliner that the sunvisors clip to. (Sunvisor holder?)

Items #2, #3 and #4 may also be on other Mopars of the era, but the horn is probably specific to the Plymouth.
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Posted 2006-04-14 1:23 PM (#54133 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Rob, the '61 I have has a good visor center clip, and a right side horn. I will need to test the horn to determine if it is good. This Belvedere was not equipped with the parking brake warning light. If you still need these other items, please PM or e-mail me. Thanks, John
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Posted 2006-04-14 7:11 PM (#54150 - in reply to #54133)
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Hey John, Bryan here again. Before I send $$ to you, could I also ask if you have horns on that 60 Windsor? If so, whatcha want for those as well? Rather send you one lump to have you ship one box rather than keep bugging you for stuff LOL

thanks again,
Bryan
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Posted 2006-04-14 7:51 PM (#54158 - in reply to #34526)
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Bryan, I'll check 'er out this evening.---John
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Posted 2006-04-22 10:56 PM (#54550 - in reply to #34526)
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1. ribbed roof moldings
2. upper and lower stainless for both driver/passenger sides. ( I don't need the elbows, upsweeps, or front fenders. Alreaddy got that)
3. gold center or "power steering" horn button. (just the round part)
4. both driver/passenger headlight doors and eyebrow trim
5. driver quality front bumper (no dents)
6. the stainless strip that runs under the trunk lip between the taillights
7. any stainless clips
8. 2x4 poly intake
9. "football" breathers"
10. a full set or "fury" chrome interior parts.
11. 150 mph speedo

I am making a Christine clone and if you would like to see the car you can at http://www.putfile.com/reddawg
If you can think of anything else that you have and I would need for the clone let me know on it as well.
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Posted 2006-04-23 12:22 PM (#54583 - in reply to #54158)
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Thanks John,

$$ should be to you now.

Bryan
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Posted 2006-04-23 6:41 PM (#54610 - in reply to #34526)
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John,

I received the latch panel on Friday. It looks and fit great. Thanks!

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big m
Posted 2006-04-24 8:40 PM (#54688 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks for letting me know that it arrived safely.---John
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Posted 2006-05-08 2:41 PM (#55571 - in reply to #54158)
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Hi John, just making sure that you got the $$ for the window trim from the 60 Windsor as well as the horns...Paypal shows that the money transferred to you just fine.

I sent a bit more $$ than we agreed on just in case I needed to cover any extra shipping for adding in the horns...

Let me know when you ship out, and how you ship so I know to look out for the package.

Many thanks!
Bryan
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Posted 2006-05-09 11:41 AM (#55645 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bryan, I got your package sent out Yesterday. If you need the fed-Ex tracking #, please let me know. It will take approx. 5-6 working days to get to you from Ca. Thanks again, John
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Posted 2006-05-09 4:33 PM (#55656 - in reply to #55645)
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John, Looking for a patch panel for a '60 belvedere. I need the passenger side lower quarter from the wheel to the bumper. Got anything?
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Posted 2006-05-09 5:55 PM (#55661 - in reply to #55645)
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John, sweet deal, thanks so much again!!!

If you happen to run across a 61 Newport by chance, there's a wonderfuly elusive piece of trim that goes just below the trunk lid, across side to side across the back...lemme know.

thanks again, will let you know when box gets here.
'preeshate it!!
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Posted 2006-05-10 12:41 PM (#55729 - in reply to #34526)
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Tuxedo, I have my doubts on that panel, but I will check. And Bryan, I will be getting a '61 Newport four door sedan, just waiting on the guy to bring it this way. ---John
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Posted 2006-05-10 4:56 PM (#55745 - in reply to #55729)
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John, WOW, if I could put dibs on that piece of trim...if you get the car, and if the piece is there, and if it's in decent condition...just for a driver, need one on the car where there is none right now...this piece is often off of cars when I find them...

Let me know what you find out and when...I'll get right back to you.

thanks again!
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Posted 2006-05-12 11:47 AM (#55864 - in reply to #34526)
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Brian,

There was a "NOS" one on e-bay that just sold for $325.00. Valley Vintage Auto Parts bought it. Maybe he is selling it? It might be for his 300G.

Item #8060925839 if you want to look!

BTW.... Saw the pics of your engine compartment. Wow! Nice and clean

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Posted 2006-05-12 4:59 PM (#55876 - in reply to #55864)
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Hi Danny, YES, i watched that one on ebay...dahum... That's the problem with having a Windsor or Newport...or even a NYer...you fight with the 300 folks for ANYthing you need...such is life LOL

Thanks for the kind words about Pearl's engine compartment...She's absolute pleasure to have, but with almost all of her components 46 years old now, I'm driving her less and less...the factory ribbed water hoses, for instance, are now starting to be not-so-supple...even with rubber treatments and natural oil feeding...must be the engine heat... I'm at the crossroad...replace stuff and upgrade or leave it and try to preserve and drive less and less...
Just had to replace her brake shoes not too long ago, and now shocks are needing replacement...
How original do you keep a car for how long?!?!?
Such is my delima now...

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Posted 2006-05-12 8:01 PM (#55894 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bryan, I will let you know on that molding if it is there, as soon as the car arrives here. Your car is indeed beautifully original, but if there is a safety issue regarding replacing an original part, I would make your safety a priority.---John
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Posted 2006-05-15 9:55 AM (#56002 - in reply to #55894)
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Agreed John, I'm with you 100% on the safety thing...

Oh, the trim and the horns arrived this morning, and are in great shape!!! Super packing on your end, they arrived trouble free...thanks again!

Will be in touch, many thanks again!
Bryan
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Posted 2006-05-15 4:05 PM (#56024 - in reply to #55894)
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Hey John, one more thing... I just read in another post that you recently got a 59 Chrysler sedan in... would you happen to have the small plastic under-dash mount bracket for the emergency brake? It's the bracket that the emergency brake handle shaft slides through... mine is cracked through, and I've only seen one other one that wasn't in the same condition...

many thanks again for your time!

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Posted 2006-05-16 11:54 AM (#56083 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll check it out for you, Bryan. ---John
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Posted 2006-05-16 12:51 PM (#56088 - in reply to #56083)
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Dahum, one more thing...you'd think I'd get it all together before asking!!

John, also needing a left hand rear tail light bezel for the 61 Newport if you find you have one that's not broken, cracked, or pitted too badly...again, for a driver, so no perfection needed, just one that's not cracked and broken like the one on the car here...

thanks again John!
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Posted 2006-05-22 11:52 AM (#56422 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi, I am looking for some trim pieces for a 57 Dodge Custom Royal. Do you have any of the following;
round taillight bezels
custom royal script for front fenders
headlight trim as well as the small piece that joins the headlight trim at the top/centre of the headlight
emblems for the rear fenders as well as the emblem on the trunk

Thanks
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Posted 2006-05-22 7:46 PM (#56452 - in reply to #34526)
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I have a Coronet 2-door sedan that has one pit-free taillight bezel, and two others with just light pitting, no blistering. The stainless over the headlights has a couple of small dents, but not crushed or creased. The center joining trim is in poor condition, not worth repairing. If you still need these items, PM me. ---John
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Posted 2006-05-22 10:05 PM (#56466 - in reply to #56452)
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I am looking for a three speed shift cable for a Plymouth or Dodge, roughly
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Posted 2006-05-23 8:53 AM (#56493 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi, I am looking for the Jiffy Jet washer bag mounting brackets for a '58 Plymouth. I think that all '57-'58s have common brackets but I'm not sure. I also need the check valve for the washer system. Thanks!

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Posted 2006-05-23 8:02 PM (#56551 - in reply to #34526)
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Larry, I was always under the impression that the 3 and 2 speed cables were the same, although the shift quadrant is different. I'll see if i have the distinct 3-speed unit still in a car and let you know. And Todd, I know for a fact there are a few cars out here that still hold their washer bag brackets, not sure on the valve though. ---John
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Posted 2006-05-24 9:08 AM (#56577 - in reply to #56551)
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Thanks John. I sent you a PM about the brackets.

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Posted 2006-05-28 11:43 PM (#56903 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi,

I am looking for a propeller shaft with both u-joints for a 1957 Chrysler 2-door.

Thanks,

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Posted 2006-05-29 12:21 PM (#56933 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Steve, what transmission does your car have? Please let me know and I will check for you. ---John
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Posted 2006-05-29 12:53 PM (#56934 - in reply to #56933)
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Hi John,

My car is a push button automatic.

Thanks!

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Posted 2006-06-03 10:06 AM (#57276 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi big m!
I need the complete front clip for 1961 PLYMOUT, all models 2 and 4 door fit: LEFT & RIGHT FRONT FENDERS MOST IMPORTANT but also hood and grille. Surface rust (NO rust holes) and small dings OK. PLESE HELP. You can't amagine how hard it is to find parts at a reasonable price over here.
Best Regards from Einar in Norway.
P.S. I will of course pay all expences connected to shipping. THANKS.
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Posted 2006-06-04 9:56 AM (#57340 - in reply to #57276)
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I ALSO HAVE A FRONT CLIP FOR A 61 PLYMOUTH IF BIG M DOESNT HAVE ONE.
EAST COAST OF USA...... PARTS CAN GO OUT OF BALTIMORE THANKS SMITTY
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Posted 2006-06-06 11:05 PM (#57552 - in reply to #57340)
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John,
I have a 60 Fireflite 2 dr hardtop. I am looking for a few things:
- the clips for the stainless trim that goes around the base of the windshield and the rear windows
- clips that hold in the weatherstripping for the windshield & rear window
- the rubber molded piece held in with two screws that goes on the frame/roof juncture behind the front, top edge of the vent frame on both the driver and passenger sides (I know that one is hard to picture...)
- the rubber molded piece that goes in the front of the quarter panel behind the front door that seals the rear window track when the window is closed for both the driver and passenger sides (I know, another hard one to picture).
- two horns
- jack and stand

The rubber doesn't have to be perfect, just enough that I can make it operational.
Thanks in advance!

Dan

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Posted 2006-06-13 9:14 AM (#57916 - in reply to #34526)
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I'm looking for an A/C clutch from a '56-60 Mopar that is the 7/5" external brush type. Summer gets hot here

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Posted 2006-06-18 11:25 AM (#58121 - in reply to #34526)
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I am looking for a rear seat for my 56 Plymouth convertible. I believe 55-56 Dodge and Plymouth were the same.
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Posted 2006-06-18 12:57 PM (#58129 - in reply to #34526)
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Sorry, but I do not have that convertible rear seat. ---John
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Posted 2006-06-30 7:57 PM (#59147 - in reply to #34526)
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5 '57 Plymouths, 3 4-door sedans, 1- 2-door sedan, and one 4-door hardtop
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'57 Imperial 4-door HT
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'58 Chrysler Windsor 2-door HT, nice rust free car, complete
'59 Chrysler Saratoga 4-door sedan
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All these cars are for parts, except for the '58 Windsor, which will be for sale complete. Please let me know if there are items that you need. ---John
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Posted 2006-06-30 8:43 PM (#59149 - in reply to #34526)
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John, do you have a good hood for my 59 Dodge Coronet 2 door hardtop? by good I mean minimal dings, and no rust out on the skin or braces, a little surface rust is OK. Also looking for good front fenders. thanks
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Posted 2006-07-01 12:57 PM (#59175 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi James, The '59 I recently picked up was left out in the redwoods for years, and the forest debris caused rust through on the hood. I believe the left fender was good and solid, the right fender had a large dent above the wheelwell where a tree had grown against it. I'll get back to you with a better description after I check it out. ---John
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Posted 2006-07-02 3:39 PM (#59196 - in reply to #59175)
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As usual, I must ask...any V-8/stick '57-'59 cars in this bunch?

K.

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Posted 2006-07-03 12:31 PM (#59240 - in reply to #34526)
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Kenny, the '59 Suburban is equipped with a V8 and three speed, but not overdrive. ---John
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Posted 2006-07-03 1:55 PM (#59243 - in reply to #59240)
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I have an overdrive, John...but I can use everything on you wagon for a V-8 stick set up (flywheel, clutch assembly for core purposes or rebuilding, starter, bellhousing tranny, shifter from column, all shifter linkage, shifter & clutch rods, swivels, z-bar etc. Since I'm putting an eight in the blue wagon, I could use the little "V" emblems for the rear quarters and tailgate. I am assuming it's a 318 wagon...

Please e-mail me.

Also found some more side trim hidden in the pink wagon and need to revise which trim pieces I need.

I sold some Ch*vy stuff (FINALLY) and may as well use the money for this stuff.

K.

P.S.- Ray Bell needs an overdrive, if you ever come across any. I have two that are only good for parts and one in the pink wagon. But my black wagon has a straight three speed without overdrive and that's why I am interested in what you have.
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Posted 2006-07-03 2:51 PM (#59247 - in reply to #34526)
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Looking for 55 Belevedere Right Front Fender Script and Center Chrome trim peice on the hood
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Posted 2006-07-05 8:34 PM (#59413 - in reply to #34526)
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John, I think I will keep looking, hopefully I Can find the hood and fenders in one place. I just wanted to say thankyou on those other parts you sold me, so far I have had good luck with them, the carb, I just opened it up, sprayed it out with carb cleaner, put it back together and installed it, runs great, I didn't even have to adjust it, the accelerator pump is weak, which I will adress when I rebuild it, but I couldn't be happier with it. I may be back in touch with you on the one fender if I can't find one, both of mine are fair, but if given the choice I would rather replace them with ones that have no rust out than repair them.
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Posted 2006-07-05 8:46 PM (#59418 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks for letting me know on the carb, James. I am supposed to be getting another '59 4-door sedan in, as well as a 2-door hardtop body shell. I will certainly keep you in mind if the front sheetmetal looks good. ---John
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Posted 2006-07-05 10:23 PM (#59429 - in reply to #59418)
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John,
How do you find all these neat Plymouths?
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Posted 2006-07-06 1:13 PM (#59486 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Eric, most of these cars I find by word of mouth, from other salvage operators or friends. A few have been bought from e-bay or craigslist, and I still find some through local newspapers. I used to drive in some demo derbies, so I know a lot of the guys that still do, and I find '76 Caprices and put them up for trade, if they find finned cars. These guys have way more time on their hands than I do so it works out well. Farm and ranch auctions and property clean-ups are some other prosperous ways to locate and buy cars. ---John
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Posted 2006-07-23 8:24 AM (#60977 - in reply to #34526)
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I am looking for 12 volt Guages for my 55 plymouth Belevedere, Fuel, Amp, temp, I believe the 56 was the same, don't know if any others will work. Also looking for L/R Chrome Spear above the rear tire.

Edited by KRUZIN55 2006-07-23 8:25 AM
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Posted 2006-07-23 1:23 PM (#60997 - in reply to #34526)
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The only '56 I currently have, unfortunately had an engine fire that went under the dash as well. If I get a '55 or '56 in, I will let you know. ---John
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Posted 2006-07-26 10:05 PM (#61299 - in reply to #59147)
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Hey, I see you just got in a '59 Suburban. How is the tailgate? I need one.

Dave
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Posted 2006-07-27 1:04 PM (#61381 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Dave, I actually have four '59 wagons for parts. I believe the one has a nice tailgate, I'll check it out and let you know. ---John
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Posted 2006-07-27 8:28 PM (#61413 - in reply to #34526)
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The best tailgate has no rust out, but it appears there is some bondo towards the right lower. I removed the interior cover panel, and cannot see the usual signs of damage, such as holes drilled or wavy, distorted metal. Most likely this filler isn't thick. The price for the tailgate shell is 200.00. Please contact me if you are interested. ---John
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Posted 2006-07-28 9:40 AM (#61439 - in reply to #34526)
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As for the 61 Dodge sedans, could one of them be a Polara? I need a few pieces of trim.
Thanks in advance,
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Posted 2006-07-28 12:48 PM (#61452 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Mont, just picked up a loaded '61 Polara. Check your e-mails. ---John
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Posted 2006-08-14 8:15 PM (#62750 - in reply to #34526)
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I need a good door latch assembly for my 59 Plymouth Sport Fury. Do you have one for the drivers door that isn't worn round on the rotating latch.
Thanks,
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Posted 2006-08-15 12:27 PM (#62797 - in reply to #34526)
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I'm just about positive that I can come up with a good one. I've got Jury duty today so I will e-mail you back tomorrow morning to let you know. ---John
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Posted 2006-08-16 3:04 PM (#62880 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey.

I´m in a big need for a gas tank for my 1957 FL car, and I could shure use a new windshield, as mine is broken in several places.(2dr hardtop).

-Could you PLEASE help me out here !

Stig Hansen,Denmark (1957 Dodge Regent , equals Savoy with a dodge front clip)

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Posted 2006-08-17 2:23 PM (#62945 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

You wouldn't happen to have a restorable set of the front swivel seats ('59-??) would you? I'm thinking about replacing the bench seat in my '58 with the swivels. This is on the "wish" list as opposed to the "need" list, I'm just curious about how available they are and how much they go for.

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Posted 2006-08-17 8:19 PM (#62970 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Todd, I get these in occasionally, but do not have any currently. The interesting thing is that most of them I find have been installed in non-Chrysler cars in the past. I get 5-600.00 for seats in good operating condition, and up to 800.00 for the power versions. Hope this info helps, John
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Posted 2006-08-17 10:19 PM (#62977 - in reply to #62970)
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TODD, IF YOU FIND THE SEAT I HAVE BEAUTIFULL REPRODUCTION SEAT CABLES IN STAINLESS STEEL. GOOD LUCK -- OH THAT REMINDS ME I KNOW WERE AS SET IS IN A 59 DODGE ILL GO LOOK AND SEE IF THEY ARE STILL THERE-- KEEP IN TOUCH
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Posted 2006-08-18 9:12 AM (#63006 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks guys. Please keep me in mind if you come across a usable set.

-Todd
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Posted 2006-08-19 1:03 AM (#63054 - in reply to #34526)
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John, would you happen to have any glass for a 62 chrysler Newport 2 door hardtop? I am looking for everything but the vent wings. thanks
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Posted 2006-08-19 8:21 PM (#63112 - in reply to #34526)
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James, For a 2-door hardtop, I have all but the rear glass. Give me a shout, and we'll get 'er going. ---John
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Posted 2006-08-30 2:01 PM (#63760 - in reply to #34526)
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hi john i am looking for a gas tank for my 1958 chrysler 2 door hardtop. could you let me know if you have anything available.
thanks david.
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Posted 2006-08-31 2:06 PM (#63827 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi David, all the '57-'59 tanks I have left are dented on the underside. Sometimes the dents can be popped out with water pressure, but you never know until you try. ---John
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Posted 2006-09-01 10:56 PM (#63890 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi BigM , I m in need of a 3spd pushbutton assembly for a 59 Ply . I m switching from a 2 to a 3 , my old cable works fine and should be compatable with the 3spd , am I correct on that ? I also need the bezel/trim that surrounds it . Don t know if they had diff styles of trim . Thanks NC
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Posted 2006-09-02 10:20 AM (#63910 - in reply to #63890)
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i need one little molding, just below the drivers side rear tail light, for a 58 plymouth. If you have a good one pls P.M me thanks!
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Posted 2006-09-15 7:41 PM (#64647 - in reply to #34526)
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Good stuff here - I can vouch 1st hand!!
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Posted 2006-09-22 8:19 PM (#65077 - in reply to #34526)
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John: I am converting a '59 Coronet 2-door sedan with the stock 326 and powerflite trans over to a "super D500" with torqueflite trans. What I need is a COMPLETE set of engine mounts for the 383 engine (the part that bolts to the crossmember and the part that bolts to the engine), the rear transmission mount/crossmember (if different for torqueflite trans), the shifter control quadrant and trim plate for the dash and control cable (if unique for torqueflite), any unique throttle land downshift linkage parts for the 383 engine. If one of the coronets that you have has a big block engine (361/383) with torqueflight, those parts would work fine. I also think a lot of Desoto parts interchange. Thanks.

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Posted 2006-09-23 12:06 PM (#65113 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jim, unfortunately, all the Dodges and DeSotos I currently have are equipped with the poly engines. If something should turn up, I will certainly let you know. ---John
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Posted 2006-09-24 11:23 AM (#65164 - in reply to #34526)
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Big M, I was referred to you by other members on this forum and I'm in great need of a nice set of hood hinges for my 58 plymouth, I was out this wekkend cruisin to a local show when the hood flew up on the highway due to a damged hood clip and damaged the top side of my fenders and rear hood and due to this occuance the hood hinges are shot she will go to the body shop soon for repair but I'm almost sure they will need a set of hood hinges. Please let me know if you can help. I can also be reached At my office email which is mheredia@hra.com. My cell is (949) 533-6904.

oh and if you have another hood latch to that would be great

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Posted 2006-09-24 1:10 PM (#65174 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Mike, check your PM's. ---John
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Posted 2006-09-24 2:11 PM (#65176 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2006-09-24 10:26 PM (#65215 - in reply to #34526)
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Would you have exterior upper rear window stainless trim(or any trim) for a 58 Desoto Sportsman 4-door? I'm also looking for stone guards and a rear door stop.
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Posted 2006-09-26 11:19 AM (#65294 - in reply to #34526)
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John, I am looking for the following 1959 New Yorker stainless trim. I need one rocker molding and the driver's side front piece for the rear wheel opening. Looking for pieces without holes, small dings OK.

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Posted 2006-12-09 1:13 PM (#69451 - in reply to #34526)
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Just got in a '56 Dodge Custom Royal 4-door sedan. Good solid body, Power windows and seat, lots of good parts. ---John
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Posted 2006-12-14 5:43 PM (#69870 - in reply to #34526)
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John , you ever get or have any now , 1970 300 . I need tail light lenses and lower rocker trim pieces front to rear oh and front parking lenses . NC
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Posted 2006-12-14 8:53 PM (#69900 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Charlie, the newest 300 I have had here is a '68. I will keep an eye out for a '70, who knows, one may turn up shortly! ---John
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Posted 2006-12-14 10:06 PM (#69910 - in reply to #69900)
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Hi John,

My 58 Royal sedan tangled with a Dodge dually, and naturally lost. I am in need of a left front fender and the front bumper. I wonder what you might have, let me know.

Thanks, Dave

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Posted 2006-12-15 8:22 PM (#69985 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Dave, sorry to hear about your run in with the dually! I have a good rust free left fender on a '58 Coronet, as well as a good presentable front bumper, decent plating, but the lower edge has some bumper jack damage. Please PM or e-mail me if you are still needing these parts. Thanks, John
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Posted 2006-12-19 12:43 AM (#70186 - in reply to #69985)
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Thanks for responding, John. Any chance you could email pics of the fender and bumper to me? I'll PM my email address.

Thanks again, Dave
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Posted 2006-12-19 12:53 PM (#70210 - in reply to #34526)
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Will do, Dave. ---John
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Posted 2006-12-22 3:50 AM (#70457 - in reply to #70210)
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Hi. We are travelling to USA for Tulsa next year, and I was wondering if we could stop by and look at your yard?
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Posted 2006-12-22 2:04 PM (#70480 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Glenn, I too will be going to Tulsa for the big unveiling. Are you going to be in the states for some time? I do welcome visitors and photographers to spend time and browse the yard. Let me know which dates you will be here, and it will give me a better idea. Thanks, John
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Posted 2006-12-22 3:00 PM (#70489 - in reply to #34526)
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John I'm looking for the 2 outer chrome parts for lower part of 56 ply hood - my center is good. Ron
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Posted 2006-12-22 4:16 PM (#70501 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Ron, I'll take a look for you. I won't be able to get back to you until after Christmas. ---John
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Posted 2006-12-24 12:50 AM (#70620 - in reply to #34526)
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I read most all the postings to your original add and see yoiu have a 56 (or 55 ply and or dodge) I have a need for a two door body shell (no - engine,interior, glass , motor, running gear/suspension, trunk lid, doors etc.). Just good solid floor pan from fire wall to rear valance (for a rusted out 56 Ply convert that I'm thinking of putting together - if my health holds out at 691/2 years old!)

I have a lot of 62 Chrysler parts (doors, bumpers, radiators, drive shafts, rear ends, complete, low milage, subframe with it's suspension, and smaller 62 stuff) that I can offer yuou to help you fill requests.

Regards; KEN WILSON, San Jose, Calif (408)227-1837

Happy Holidays
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Posted 2006-12-26 6:21 PM (#70769 - in reply to #34526)
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Anyone have parts for a 56 Dodge Suburban?
I need the following:

Tail gate hinges.
Fuel tank
Thanks!
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Posted 2006-12-29 1:45 PM (#71018 - in reply to #70769)
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Anyone have parts for a 56 Dodge Suburban?
I need the following:

Tail gate hinges.
Fuel tank
Thanks!
-Angelo


Howdy Angelo, looks like I have a good set of tailgate hinges here, but no fuel tank. Please e-mail or PM me if you still need the hinges. ---John
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Posted 2007-01-03 9:48 PM (#71457 - in reply to #71018)
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John:
I am need of the interior trim for the front doors of a 1957 4 door Belvedere (the pieces that are < shaped that go over and under the arm rests). I need the trim for both left and right doors. I would be glad to take the door panels as well if the trim is still mounted to them.


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Posted 2007-01-05 7:58 PM (#71629 - in reply to #34526)
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Tom, I do have a pair of those that appear to be in good condition, for the Belvedere 4-door sedan. ---John
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Posted 2007-01-08 12:22 PM (#71781 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John!

I am looking for a 1956 dodge horn ring ( or a complete steering wheel) . is there any chance that you have one?

also looking for a rear ashtray for a 1956 dodge 2 door hardtop (in armrest)

Thanks sigge!
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Posted 2007-01-08 4:33 PM (#71795 - in reply to #34526)
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Howdy Sigge, The steering wheels I have are both missing chunks of plastic, and would need to be re-cast. I do have a power steering horn ring, there is some light pitting on the chrome, but it is still presentable. Let me know if you are still needing it. I didn't have any luck on the rear armrest for a hardtop. ---John
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Posted 2007-01-09 2:00 PM (#71855 - in reply to #34526)
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Yes i absolutly need the horn ring! All mine are broken or missing

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Posted 2007-01-09 5:16 PM (#71870 - in reply to #34526)
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Sigge, I sent you an e-mail along with a picture to give you a better idea on the condition. ---John
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Posted 2007-01-15 12:10 AM (#72377 - in reply to #71629)
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Thank you for replying. I will contact you via email.

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Posted 2007-01-16 8:58 AM (#72452 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-01-16 12:18 PM (#72466 - in reply to #34526)
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The cars are all located near Sacramento, California. The FL is just an abreviation for Forward Look, not Florida. ---John
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Posted 2007-02-10 12:50 AM (#74447 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John, Brian from Golden Age in Orland here...still looking for convert bows 57-59 desoto or chrysler and another 59 desoto or chrysler 2dr parts car. Thanks
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Posted 2007-02-10 1:41 PM (#74468 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Brian, from what research I have done, the convertible top assembly fits all '57-'59 Mopar. Unfortunately, I too am needing some of these pieces for a '59 Sport Fury I have acquired. My leads have all seemingly gone south, but am checking with a member here in Sweden, that may have info on repop header bows made in Scandinavia. If I find anything out on this, or find a barn full of convertible racks, I'll let you know! ---John
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Posted 2007-02-13 2:06 AM (#74706 - in reply to #34526)
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hello BIG M steve here Ive got a 1962 dodge polara 500 Im missing my sill plates . Ive been told that 62 t0 65 2dr s are all the same ? as long as there B bodys? They dont have to be perfect . If you can help me let me know price . thanks steve
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Posted 2007-02-13 3:47 PM (#74739 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Steve, unfortunately what Mopars I have in those years are primarily 4-door models. No luck at this time. ---John
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Posted 2007-02-22 7:25 PM (#75609 - in reply to #34526)
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Got any tailgate hinges? or good fuel tanks?
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Posted 2007-02-23 2:17 AM (#75626 - in reply to #34526)
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Mr M... Do you have any parts for the 1957 - 58 Plymouths?
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I'd be grateful. I just got back from IRAQ and decided to buy and restore my Grandfathers old car he bought new in 1957. Look forward to hearing back soon and maybe some pictures could be sent my way if you have time from your busy schedule.

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Posted 2007-02-23 1:56 PM (#75654 - in reply to #75626)
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Mr M... Do you have any parts for the 1957 - 58 Plymouths?
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I'd be grateful. I just got back from IRAQ and decided to buy and restore my Grandfathers old car he bought new in 1957. Look forward to hearing back soon and maybe some pictures could be sent my way if you have time from your busy schedule.


Howdy! I have lots of parts for the '57 Plymouths, including rust-free fenders, moldings, interior components, and mechanical items. Please e-mail or PM a list to me, and I will check to see what I have. ---John
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Posted 2007-02-23 4:09 PM (#75670 - in reply to #75609)
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Got any tailgate hinges? or good fuel tanks?


No dice on the fuel tank. The one that remains has a visible rust hole in the bottom. I do have a good set of tailgate hinges, PM me if you are still needing them. ---John
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Posted 2007-02-28 12:08 PM (#76033 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello John at BigM, In reveiwing your Parts for sale, I see you are prompt to reply to inquiries. I need some parts for a '55 Dodge Royal Lancer 2door. Hood name plate (dodge) , the Royal Lancer script on the sides of the two front fenders, the horns and brackets, and the two sill plates for the doors. If you have some or all please email me at wbower3@yahoo.com, thanks, or PM me .
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Posted 2007-02-28 2:24 PM (#76043 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll check to see what I have, and get back to you shortly. ---John
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Posted 2007-03-06 2:11 PM (#76568 - in reply to #76043)
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Posted 2007-03-06 5:34 PM (#76587 - in reply to #34526)
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Nathan, I'll check to see what I have, although I have my doubts on good condition wheels. The heat and sun out here tends to make the plastic disintegrate. ---John
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Posted 2007-03-07 2:55 AM (#76649 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello John
still waiting to have a reply on the 56 Fireflite parts.
In the meantime, would also need a radiator from a 57 or so Imperial or New Yorker, complete with shroud. Thank you Antonello
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Posted 2007-03-07 4:47 PM (#76685 - in reply to #34526)
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Antonello, I'm still checking on a few items. I''l look for the radiator and shroud at the same time. ---John
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Posted 2007-03-08 4:34 AM (#76752 - in reply to #75654)
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Big M... I'd like to know your price for a front right and left fender for my 57 Plymouth? Also need a rear seat cushion frame, front bumper, Thanks.
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Posted 2007-03-18 1:54 PM (#77666 - in reply to #76752)
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John,
Do you have any 62 chrysler 300 hub caps or 68 new yorker hub caps with the red center?
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Posted 2007-03-21 10:01 AM (#77889 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-03-21 12:52 PM (#77899 - in reply to #34526)
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Jim, wish I could help you there, but the '60 Dodges I currently have are not the senior series. That clock is an ultra tough item to find, but well worth it when you do find one. Your new Matador looks like a nice car! ---John
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Posted 2007-03-25 8:50 PM (#78250 - in reply to #34526)
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John: I need a driver's side fender for my '60 Matador. They are identical to the fenders used on the junior Dodges (Phoenix, Pioneer, Seneca) and if you have any of those cars around, maybe you can help? Let me know what you have. Thanks.
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Posted 2007-03-26 1:29 PM (#78310 - in reply to #34526)
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Jim, I do have a couple of the junior series cars, I will check it out and let you know. ---John
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Posted 2007-03-26 6:08 PM (#78336 - in reply to #34526)
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Jim, check your PMs. I do have a nice left fender. ---John
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Posted 2007-04-04 7:34 PM (#79202 - in reply to #78336)
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Hey John,
Dave here, I was up there back in August getting a tailgate for my '59 Sport Suburban. I'm going to be up in your neck of the woods April 13-15. I would love to stop by to pick up some more parts. Could you email me so I can let you know what I need?

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Posted 2007-04-28 9:40 AM (#81394 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi there,
I was wondering if you would have a green tinted windshield for a 1960 polara
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Posted 2007-04-30 1:13 PM (#81524 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jason, i checked the cars I have with interchangeable windshields, and unfortunately, all are either cracked or missing. ---John
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Posted 2007-04-30 3:56 PM (#81536 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

Got that 413 starter from you and never thought to ask you about another piece of the puzzle I need. I'm also in need of a pushbutton cable for a '60 plymouth with a powerflite 2 speed.
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Posted 2007-05-01 5:09 PM (#81635 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Don, both of the '60 Plymouths here are equipped with Torqueflite transmissions. I am not sure of the interchangeability between the two shift cables. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-02 9:32 AM (#81692 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks John, I'm not sure either so I will look into it. What would be the price for a TF cable just to get an idea?
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Posted 2007-05-02 7:24 PM (#81758 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-05-03 5:45 PM (#81841 - in reply to #34526)
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do you have the 58 plymouth drivers side fender still?i also need any side trim for a belvedere 4 door,grille,dash mirror,blinker switch with handle.
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Posted 2007-05-04 1:40 PM (#81897 - in reply to #34526)
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I do still have the left front fender I had described. Also, which side moldings are you needing? I should be able to come up with most of the other parts as well. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-04 3:59 PM (#81910 - in reply to #34526)
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i only need the fender and mirror for now.how much would that cost?please send a pm


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Posted 2007-05-05 5:04 PM (#81976 - in reply to #34526)
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hey big m ,I am also looking for a 57 or 58 plymouth wiring harness.do you have that?
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Posted 2007-05-05 7:53 PM (#81991 - in reply to #34526)
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John,, 59 Chrysler Windsor, Rear lights Lenses,,, Real Nice Condition , Not sure if Saratoga etc are the Same,, If you have any , Can you PM me ,, Thanks..

Waiting for Confirmation on the condition of the ones fitted, But are said to be Slightly Cracky / Hazy
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Posted 2007-05-07 4:15 PM (#82154 - in reply to #81692)
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Thanks John, I'm not sure either so I will look into it. What would be the price for a TF cable just to get an idea?


The price for the torqueflite cable would be 65.00 for a good one. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-18 2:27 PM (#83380 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-05-18 8:35 PM (#83425 - in reply to #34526)
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Stan, I'm pretty sure that I can help you on those. I'll PM you back after I check. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-27 6:11 AM (#84333 - in reply to #34526)
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do you have any brake drums for a 59 chrysler???
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Posted 2007-05-28 12:48 PM (#84443 - in reply to #84333)
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do you have any brake drums for a 59 chrysler???


Are you needing front or rear drums for your Chrysler? ---John
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Posted 2007-05-28 4:28 PM (#84459 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-05-28 5:48 PM (#84460 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

Im looking for a piece of trim for the 59 coronet, drivers side. I have the larger piece that goes over the wheel opening, but not this corner piece that ties into the brow molding. Can you help?

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Posted 2007-05-28 10:14 PM (#84477 - in reply to #84443)
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John --

Would you have a rubber(?) trunk mat for a 1958 Dodge? Would 1957 and 1959 be the same?

Also, are there side panels of some kind inside the trunks of 1957-59 Dodges, and might you have them if there are?

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Posted 2007-05-29 4:14 PM (#84527 - in reply to #84460)
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Hi John,

Im looking for a piece of trim for the 59 coronet, drivers side. I have the larger piece that goes over the wheel opening, but not this corner piece that ties into the brow molding. Can you help?

Thanks,
Bart


Hi Bart, I loooked at the two '59 Dodges I have, and neither are equipped with wheel opening moldings, and therefore do not use the trim piece you are looking for. If something turns up in the near future, I will be sure to let you know. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-29 4:41 PM (#84530 - in reply to #84477)
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John --

Would you have a rubber(?) trunk mat for a 1958 Dodge? Would 1957 and 1959 be the same?

Also, are there side panels of some kind inside the trunks of 1957-59 Dodges, and might you have them if there are?

Thank you, Chris


Hi Chris, that mat will be a tough one to find. Although repros are available for Plymouths, none are yet available for the Dodge. Out here in the west, the soft trim tends to dry out and get quite brittle with the heat and low humidity. It may be possible to find one that is still supple in an eastern car, however. The side panels are a cardboard-type material, possibly being reproduced by Gary Goers, Andy Bernbaum, or another vendor. Used ones are seldom good due to leaking trunks. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-29 8:15 PM (#84558 - in reply to #84530)
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John -- Thanks very much. I'll check with Goers, Bernbaum, etc., for the inserts and look here back east for a decent mat. Thanks again, much appreciated. Chris
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Posted 2007-05-30 3:56 PM (#84635 - in reply to #34526)
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John... Do you have 1 maybe a Pair Rear Brake Drums for a 59 Dodge Coronet,,, They are 11" X 2"... I know some had 2 1/2" wide But are the 2".. If you have some in Very Good Condition, As i cannot find anyone Local to have them Turned, Can you PM the Price.... I am thinking you could bring them with you to Tulsa and i can send them home to UK in the Chrysler So i save on Shipping Costs.........
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Posted 2007-05-30 5:21 PM (#84642 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-05-30 8:35 PM (#84672 - in reply to #34526)
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I sent you a PM, but maybe you didn't get the notice. I do have a full set of drums, the price for these [if found to be in good condition when removed] is 85.00 each. Please e-mail me if you are interested, and I will get them checked out. ---John
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Posted 2007-06-03 4:17 PM (#84973 - in reply to #84672)
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Posted 2007-06-05 9:04 PM (#85194 - in reply to #84973)
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What if anything is left on the 2 59's. Im looking for all the higher end trim and options. got anything left?
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Posted 2007-06-06 12:27 PM (#85239 - in reply to #34526)
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Bart, both of these '59's are plain-Jane Coronet 4-door sedans. Neither one is equipped with much in the way of optional equipment. If something should turn up, I will keep you in mind. ---John
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Posted 2007-06-07 7:44 PM (#85362 - in reply to #34526)
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John, do you have quarters panels for a 59 chrysler saratoga ? I need the lower section from about 2 inches in front of the wheelhouse to the rear of the car on both sides.---Ken
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Posted 2007-06-07 10:13 PM (#85386 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M-
Looking for 2 rear license plate lights with lenses for a 1956 New Yorker....got any left?
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Posted 2007-06-08 2:54 PM (#85461 - in reply to #85362)
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John, do you have quarters panels for a 59 chrysler saratoga ? I need the lower section from about 2 inches in front of the wheelhouse to the rear of the car on both sides.---Ken


Hi Ken, I have a 4-door sedan that has decent quarters, just a few rust bubbles behind the wheel openings. These can be used to repair a 2-door car, although if your car is rusty in front of the wheels, the 4-door quarters will not help due to the door doglegs. I will be getting a '59 2-door hardtop when I get back from Tulsa, I have not seen the car yet, so I do not know the condition of the body. ---John
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Posted 2007-06-08 2:57 PM (#85462 - in reply to #85386)
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Hi Big M-
Looking for 2 rear license plate lights with lenses for a 1956 New Yorker....got any left?
TIA, James
tritone@rockisland.com


Hi James, I have several sets of the license plate lights, all the lenses have some hazing due to age. 10.00 is the price for each light. Please let me know if you are interested. I will be heading to Tulsa, so it will be a couple weeks before I can get back to you. ---John
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Posted 2007-07-15 7:09 PM (#89979 - in reply to #34526)
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Do you have any '62-'64 Imperials? I'm looking for a transmission (727 Torqueflite) cross member to use in my Desoto.
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Posted 2007-07-16 11:10 AM (#90045 - in reply to #34526)
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Geoff, Will a '59-60 Imperial crossmember work? I have several of those, but none from '62- '63. The basic body shell is the same for quite a few years. If you think an earlier one will fit your needs, please let me know. ---John
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Thanks for the response.

I have a 727 Torqueflite want to run in my car.  Basically, I want it to look like it came from the factory just like in the 62-66 Imps. 

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Posted 2007-07-22 10:02 PM (#90739 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey Big M Im looking for the little pices of crome that conect the top of the fins crome to the top of the tail lights.
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Posted 2007-07-23 12:22 PM (#90777 - in reply to #34526)
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Is your Plymouth a '57 or a '58? There is a difference in the fin cap moldings. I have plenty for the '57's, but none for the '58's. ---John
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Hello Big!
Have you L/H door mouldings in "good" conditions (litle dings no problems) to my Windsor 1959 conv. I have this two moulding but they was in very poor and after work and polish they are not perfect. So let me know.
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Posted 2007-07-25 12:04 PM (#90989 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Joakim, I have two '59 Saratoga's here, a four door sedan, and a 2-door hardtop [missing it's side moldings], so I won't be able to help you at this time. ---John
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Posted 2007-07-25 4:47 PM (#91010 - in reply to #34526)
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OK thanks for the answer.
For a freind (Forward lookers here) He is looking after a rear bumber ( the big crome parts ho going side to side rear) to his Saratoga 59. maby you have it? or you will sell a complited bumbers? I will call him abouth your parts car.
I will send you a wish list at more parts I need,
Thanks and have nice day

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Posted 2007-07-26 11:46 AM (#91104 - in reply to #34526)
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Howdy Joakim, the rear bumper is in good condition with no rust or pitting. The chrome has quite a bit of light scratches, and a small dent in the left side. If your friend would like, I can send a picture of it to him. ---John
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John, I emailed you regarding a Stromberg 2bbl for my '56 Dodge.
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John, I emailed you regarding a Stromberg 2bbl for my '56 Dodge.


Hi Jay, I've got one, and sent you an e-mail regarding it. ---John
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Posted 2007-08-01 3:30 PM (#91759 - in reply to #91581)
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Posted 2007-08-01 8:41 PM (#91800 - in reply to #34526)
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Casey, I'd say that the odds are pretty darn good! I sent you a PM regarding them. ---John
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Posted 2007-08-04 3:37 AM (#92046 - in reply to #91800)
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hi big m moparl from nz i have afriend with a 1971 plymouth scamp 2 door h/top he is after several parts for it do you have or know of any of these plymouths being parted out
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ps i have photos on my email site just cant figure out how to transfer to this site
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Howdy, Alan, I do have a Scamp out here for parts. Have your friend send me an e-mail with his needs, and I can check. I will be away for about a week, however. ---John
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thanks big m i have sent your address to him
why do they call you big M
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Posted 2007-08-07 6:58 PM (#92459 - in reply to #81394)
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Hi I was wondering if you have the cabel for the clock in a 57 belv and the little tips of the tail lights at the very top for a 58 belv.Thanks
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Posted 2007-08-18 8:18 AM (#93588 - in reply to #34526)
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Just saw your add/email,I'm looking for a 4bbl manifold and carb for the 331 Chrysler Poly motor (56 Chrysler Windsor)
Thanx in advance
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Big M- Have you any cars (ply-dodge) with overdrive? I need (or would like) the cables, brake and speedometer, and wiring harness/switch ect. I do not need the OD trans as I have one - maybe later on as a spare for future project. I plan to put it into my 1952 Ply. Also plan to install an OD in my '42 Ply.

Regards ken Wilson, San Jose, Calif. (408) 227-1837
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Posted 2007-08-27 12:54 PM (#94537 - in reply to #34526)
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Ken, I don't recall seeing any overdrive equipped cars here, but I'll doublecheck for you, and let you know.
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Posted 2007-08-28 6:14 PM (#94747 - in reply to #34526)
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John .. Can you Help with Dual Antenna COAX Wires and T-piece Joiner...
Check this Thread...
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Posted 2007-08-29 7:13 PM (#94870 - in reply to #34526)
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Clive, It looks like the few cars here that were equipped with rear antennas have had mice gnawing on the cables. Have you checked with an electronics store for these? I don't know if you have Radio Shack stores over in the UK, but it seems I have bought those items there in the past. ---John
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Posted 2007-09-12 5:35 PM (#96427 - in reply to #94870)
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big m - 2007-08-30 12:13 AM

Clive, It looks like the few cars here that were equipped with rear antennas have had mice gnawing on the cables. Have you checked with an electronics store for these? I don't know if you have Radio Shack stores over in the UK, but it seems I have bought those items there in the past. ---John



JOHN,,
I have the Cables Sorted , Do you have the T-Piece Joiner, Or i will have to have one Made..

Thanks CLIVE
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Posted 2007-09-12 5:40 PM (#96428 - in reply to #34526)
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I collected "White Lightnin" today from the Docks, ,,, So i finally have the Pair Rear Brake Drums for my 59 Coronet you brought to TULSA for me.. I left them in the Trunk , So didn,t have to Pay Shipping Costs...

Many Thanks, Clive
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Posted 2007-09-12 8:33 PM (#96460 - in reply to #96428)
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BTW,,,,,,,,,,,

I collected "White Lightnin" today from the Docks, ,,, So i finally have the Pair Rear Brake Drums for my 59 Coronet you brought to TULSA for me.. I left them in the Trunk , So didn,t have to Pay Shipping Costs...

Many Thanks, Clive


Perfect! Your taxes are ridiculously high anyways, especially duties from goods brought into the country.

I'll check to see if I have the dual antenna junction piece and let you know. ---John
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Posted 2007-09-15 4:44 PM (#96789 - in reply to #34526)
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John,, I Postewd this Under the Wanted Ads as well.. But here is a Copy..

I need the Drivers Vent Window Lower Bracket With Or Without the Lock. Mine has the Pot Metal Cracked , I think someone has Forced the Window years Ago, Not sure if you remove the Glass, The bracket may pull out, Or it may have to come with the Post Frame.. Mine is a 4 Door Sedan. It Appears the same as my 59 Dodge, So 57 / 58 and 59 may all be the Same..
I can post PIC,s tomorrow if Needed,, Let me KNOW,,,,
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Posted 2007-09-16 2:45 PM (#96817 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Clive, that item I definitely have. If I recall correctly, that piece comes as part of the entire wing window assembly. $30 for a complete unit in good condition. ---John
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John..
Any idea how much Airmail Shipping would be to ENGLAND UK.. I checked with my 59 Dodge and they are Identical.. I was wondering if you removed the Glass, Would the Piece i need just Pull out , As it Obvousily Swivels to allow the Window to Open And Close.. ???

Here are a Couple PIC,s . The outside Pic is the Passenger Side , As the Car was parked Too tight in the Garage Wall.. But it is the DRIVERS Side Needed..



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Do you have the Emblems that fit inside the Chrome Ornaments on the Trunk and Hood..???





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Posted 2007-09-17 8:22 PM (#96990 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Clive, I sent you an e-mail re:the postage on the wing window assy. I looked at the 2 '59 Chryslers I have, and would have to say that their deck and hood badges are no better than the ones you have shown me. ---John
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Posted 2007-09-23 6:46 AM (#97543 - in reply to #34526)
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JOHN..

Here is Another Enquiry. This Page is starting to Look like our own Personal Thread.. LOL

1960 Fury,, Pair Chrome Wiper Arms,,, Not the Blades or Holders, Just the Arms where they bolt to the Mechanism, These are for Charlie, Wish i knew a Few days Back,, He has just bought NOS Blades Complete , But the Holding Clips on the End of his arms have been broken off to allow the Fitment of euro Blades, And he wants to go back to Original...

If you have Them, PM me the Price Plus Shippng,,, I also need 5 Left Hand Thread Wheel Nuts for the Drums i Got from you in Tulsa,, My Rears are BOTH RH Thread..

P.S.. Charlie has the CD you Asked About,, So send me your Full Address..



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Posted 2007-09-23 5:17 PM (#97623 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll check on those other items for you and let you know. I am sure I have the left hand thread lug nuts. ---John

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Posted 2007-09-29 4:55 PM (#98437 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-10-01 6:09 AM (#98552 - in reply to #96990)
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Hi Clive, I sent you an e-mail re:the postage on the wing window assy. ---John



John,, I received the Vent Window safely Today... You wrapped it Very well............
Many Thanks, Clive
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Posted 2007-10-01 1:18 PM (#98580 - in reply to #98552)
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big m - 2007-09-18 1:22 AM

Hi Clive, I sent you an e-mail re:the postage on the wing window assy. ---John



John,, I received the Vent Window safely Today... You wrapped it Very well............
Many Thanks, Clive


Thanks for letting me know, Clive. ---John
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Posted 2007-10-01 1:20 PM (#98581 - in reply to #98437)
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john,Do you have a 57 58 plymouth radio?


Hi Christian, I have a complete radio with a clean faceplate for $55.00. Working condition is unknown. Please let me know if you are interested, John
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Posted 2007-10-02 1:52 PM (#98732 - in reply to #52575)
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Did you ever find the hood latch cross-piece you were looking for? I have one on a parts car - I can take a pic & send it to you to confirm it's the same piece, since it's from a '57.
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Posted 2007-10-03 12:22 AM (#98820 - in reply to #34526)
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(copied from Plymouth Central WANTED section, posted by meg696)

Its going to be a while before I head up North, longer than I want to wait to continue with this car. What's the condition and price of both vent window assemblies for the 57 2 dr ht (looking for good chrome finish), mirror attachment hardware and left rear wheel gravel guard? Also, do you have any straight, clean front aluminum grills?

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Posted 2007-10-04 1:18 PM (#98917 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-10-04 7:58 PM (#98966 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-12-04 11:36 PM (#105966 - in reply to #53468)
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Looking for a center grille section and front bumper for a 56 Suburban Wagon. Any luck on your 56? Thanks! e mail me at suckerpunchnc@yahoo.com
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Posted 2007-12-04 11:39 PM (#105967 - in reply to #105966)
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And also, the tailgate mouldings, the small vertical ones. And a decent steering wheel. And the optional 3rd seat.
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Posted 2007-12-05 8:12 PM (#106060 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2007-12-06 7:28 PM (#106229 - in reply to #34526)
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Tim, the grill is gone already, and it appears as though someone has pulled the car using a chain around the front bumper. It would need serious straightening before plating. One of the guards is perfect, the other has a dent. No rust, however.

No dice on the third seat, the only '56 wagon I have is a 2-door, pretty much a stripper, The only emblem this model wears on it's tailgate is the chrome V. The steering wheel is history. ---John
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Posted 2007-12-24 3:33 PM (#108303 - in reply to #106229)
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hey bud Im looking for the two pices of crome that are on the bottom of the tail lights on a 58 ply.Thanks
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Posted 2008-01-01 1:11 PM (#109250 - in reply to #108303)
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hey john did you ever get those 5 59 desotos?
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Posted 2008-01-02 3:43 PM (#109371 - in reply to #109250)
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Hey JEFF.. There is a 3 Page Thread with PIC,s about it... Use this Link..

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Posted 2008-01-02 3:45 PM (#109372 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2008-01-17 1:06 PM (#111153 - in reply to #109372)
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hey john can you contact me im interested in alot of parts from those 59's

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Posted 2008-01-17 1:39 PM (#111154 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jeff, I'll send you an e-mail. ---John
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Do you have any Automatic headlight dimmer stuff?
I have the dashboard sensor, but not the relay or wiring harness.

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Posted 2008-01-20 12:45 PM (#111618 - in reply to #34526)
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Any pedal assemblies for manual transmissions?...
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Posted 2008-01-21 4:34 PM (#111746 - in reply to #34526)
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Howdy Bart, I do have a manual trans hanging pedal assembly, but I had no luck on the automatic dimmer pieces. Let me know if you still need the pedal assy. ---John
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Posted 2008-01-23 10:57 PM (#112075 - in reply to #111746)
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HI JOHN, HOW ABOUT THE 59 DESOTO WAGON SIDE LEFT MOULDINGS, WE TALKED ABOUT . WERE YOU ABLE TO COME UP WITH THEM??

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Posted 2008-01-24 5:39 PM (#112150 - in reply to #34526)
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Check your PM's, Smitty. I did have these and sent you a message several days ago. ---John
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Posted 2008-01-30 9:57 PM (#112939 - in reply to #112150)
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Hello John.... would you have any chrome eyebrow trim for the 59 custom royal lancer? Thanks..... Greg.
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Posted 2008-01-31 2:00 PM (#112981 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Greg, sorry, but the only '59's I currently have are Coronets. If something does turn up, I'll let you know. ---John
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Posted 2008-01-31 2:20 PM (#112984 - in reply to #112939)
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I think that wrecking yard that is near San Bernardino California was showing a picture of a 59 Dodge , either a Royal or a CR, and both have the wider eyebrows.
I will see if I can find that post again about the wrecking yard

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Posted 2008-01-31 6:40 PM (#113012 - in reply to #112984)
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1959Dodge - 2008-01-31 7:20 PM

I think that wrecking yard that is near San Bernardino California was showing a picture of a 59 Dodge , either a Royal or a CR, and both have the wider eyebrows.
I will see if I can find that post again about the wrecking yard

Gary


Gary,, I think you mean this..

http://forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=13848&post...

They wanted to Clear the Yard, So not sure if they ever did..
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Posted 2008-01-31 7:11 PM (#113017 - in reply to #113012)
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Yep that was it Thanks, a user here was looking for the eyebrows for a CR as you can see, they list a Royal and A CR so maybe they have them
I hope he sees our posts

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Posted 2008-01-31 7:14 PM (#113018 - in reply to #112939)
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Greg, be sure to check out that site, that Vedette recalled, they show 3 cars that could have the wide eyebrows, You will need the trim that goes to them also,(from the fender to the eyebrow)

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Posted 2008-02-02 9:27 AM (#113202 - in reply to #113018)
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Ok, I sent that guy an email, I wish I lived in CA I would drive over there..... thanks guys
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Posted 2008-02-24 6:03 PM (#116646 - in reply to #34526)
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looking for hood letters on the 1956 plymouth thanks jerry
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Posted 2008-03-07 1:09 PM (#118746 - in reply to #116646)
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Would you have a 60-61 Dodge or Plymouth V-8 stick car on the column?
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Posted 2008-03-07 1:24 PM (#118754 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jim, I have a '60 Plymouth 2-door sedan with manual column shift, although the transmission is gone. The shifting levers are still attached to the column. Please let me know what you are needing, John
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Posted 2008-03-09 8:30 AM (#119069 - in reply to #118754)
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Hi John
Thanks for checking. Need the block off plate where the auto push buttons are normally. Held on by 4 tiny phillips head screws. Also 2 pieces of linkage(rods) that run from column to transmission, and 2 levers on trannie.
Also:
60 Plymouth red dash pad
" " bumper jack hook
Nice factory front fender antenna assembly with wire and bezel

Thank you
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Posted 2008-03-11 2:28 AM (#119469 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, have 1959 PLymouth Suburban Wagon, looking for a really nice front hood stainless (and mounting clips for it) drivers side stainless eyebrow trim above headlight/ also both stainless wiper arms and wiper blades( rubber rotted , ok I can find refills) also the mounting hardware for them the wiper arms. Do you have any tailgate parts for this car also need the latching parts on the driver side parts , rods, levers etc. Best regards , and Thank you Rob
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Posted 2008-03-12 2:35 AM (#119659 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John. I love my radio, it's perfect. I'm looking for a clock for my 56 Custom Royal. What are my chances?
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Posted 2008-03-12 5:53 PM (#119768 - in reply to #119659)
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Hi John. I love my radio, it's perfect. I'm looking for a clock for my 56 Custom Royal. What are my chances?


Sorry Val, none of the other '56's I have are equipped with a clock. ---John
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Posted 2008-03-18 11:40 AM (#120810 - in reply to #118754)
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Would gladly buy the parts you found for me, haven't heard from you.
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Posted 2008-03-18 12:38 PM (#120817 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jim, I've been playing a game of catch-up this last week around here. I'll give you a call later today. ---John
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Posted 2008-04-17 12:21 AM (#125901 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello. I am needing a back glass for 57, 58, or 59 Plymouth or Dodge 2-dr hard top, (PPG #B452 tinted). Can you help me? Jerry.
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Posted 2008-04-18 1:20 PM (#126141 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jerry, I have a couple of these available, but both have scratches in the glass that you can fee with your fingernails. It would be still better than not having any glass at all. ---John
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Posted 2008-04-24 6:21 PM (#127061 - in reply to #34526)
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Not sure if i have Asked before, BUT , Do you have a Pair of Front Indicator / Park Light Lenses for my 59 Chrysler Windsor..Mine are Whole But have loads of Minor cracks and are Faded..

Thanks Clive
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Posted 2008-04-24 8:07 PM (#127074 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll take a look for you Clive, but the heat here usually results in stress cracks in the plastic. ---John
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Posted 2008-10-22 10:18 AM (#149160 - in reply to #34526)
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I was looking for a pair of rear drums for my 1961 Chrysler Newport and Clive pointed me in your direction. Might you have something that will fit?
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Posted 2008-11-06 12:41 AM (#150910 - in reply to #149160)
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arieck - 2008-10-22 7:18 AM I was looking for a pair of rear drums for my 1961 Chrysler Newport and Clive pointed me in your direction. Might you have something that will fit? Thanks, Adam

Hi Adam, I'm pretty sure that I can help you, but I will not be back to the yard until about the 11th of November. [On vacation]

 Please send me a message at that time if you are still needing them, and I will be happy to check for you. ---John, Big M, using my wife's computer.

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Posted 2008-11-12 2:41 AM (#151620 - in reply to #150910)
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Hi, I posted a list of parts I am seeking for my 61' Newport 4dr sedan in the wanted parts section a while back and was wondering if you would be able to help out with any of them.

Thanks.

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Posted 2008-11-12 8:45 AM (#151640 - in reply to #151620)
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Alex. I have a fairley complete 61 newport 4 door sedan for parts. Let me know what you are looking for. Maybe i can help
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Posted 2008-11-13 11:13 PM (#151859 - in reply to #151640)
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G'day Smitty,

The parts I am seeking are as follows:

Factory Air-con.
Rear window defogger.
Rear radio speakers.
Rear license plate frame.
Sill moulding (rockers).
Stone shields.
Rear bumper guards.
Chrome drip rail moulding.

All of the above and more were optional extra's for the Newport.
At present the Ozzy dollar is down so depending on the price I might have to hold off till it gets back up otherwise I'd be paying double the cost.

Thanks.

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Posted 2008-12-08 9:36 PM (#154803 - in reply to #34526)
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m seeking 55 Chrysler taillight lens, front and rear plastic crests, trunk fender lining panels.
Thanks
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Posted 2008-12-15 2:33 PM (#155554 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Patrick,

I have just two '55 Chryslers here, and both were missing what you are needing. The one car still retains its hood medallion, although the plastic is stress cracked and crazed from the sun. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-05 1:21 PM (#157881 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M.

Do you have parts for '62 Chrysler. I need upper trim for windshield + those trim clips for upper trims (windshield+rear glass)
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Posted 2009-01-05 5:43 PM (#157911 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Sami, I have several '62 Chrysler 2-door hardtops here for parts. I know for certain that I have the upper windshield molding in nice condition. Figure $40 plus shipping [this includes it's clips. Please let me know if you are interested, John
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Posted 2009-01-05 10:36 PM (#157952 - in reply to #157911)
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Speaking of '62s...

do you have the chrome "spear" that goes over the driver side wheel well/black plastic piece?

I'll take the vertical piece as well if you have a decent one...

I live in Omaha, Ne



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Posted 2009-01-06 4:39 PM (#158025 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bob, I have both the upper [as marked] and lower trim piece. The verticle piece is actually a part of the parking light assembly, I do not believe it's separate. The upper piece is not cracked and the mounting pins are intact, but it does have light pitting on it's surface. The price for this piece would be $30.00. Please let me kinow if you are interested, John
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Posted 2009-01-06 4:47 PM (#158026 - in reply to #158025)
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Sounds good.. can you PM me with how to pay you.. credit card? paypal?

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Posted 2009-01-06 5:35 PM (#158028 - in reply to #34526)
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Bob, I sent you a PM.

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Posted 2009-01-06 6:50 PM (#158043 - in reply to #158028)
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Posted 2009-01-09 7:56 PM (#158384 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks, Bob, your trim piece is on it's way to you. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-09 8:08 PM (#158386 - in reply to #34526)
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Recent acquisitions to yard inventory include.......

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1-57 Belvedere 4-door sedan
2-58 Savoy 4-door sedans
1-58 Suburban wagon
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1- 56 Windsor 4-door sedan
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Most of these cars are now available for parts, although several will be sold complete for project cars. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-09 8:53 PM (#158392 - in reply to #158386)
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John, did you ever find all the trim peices for your wagon? Pretty rare if I recall.
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Posted 2009-01-10 3:10 AM (#158407 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi big m, I am after radio speakers and grills, rear window deffogger and other items for a 61 Newport sedan. How complete is yours?
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Posted 2009-01-10 3:31 AM (#158409 - in reply to #158392)
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John, I'm looking for some decent trim pieces for my 55 Custom Royal Lancer.
Do you have the center crome in the front and the right rear quarter stone deflector (the same was used also on 56 Coronets).
I guess it's almost impossible to find a decent plastic insert for the front or rear V moulding but at least I have to ask.



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Posted 2009-01-10 4:24 PM (#158454 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey Thord, George Laurie IS REPOPPING the two badges for the '55. He has made two for my '55, along with the domelites lenses. He emailed me yesterday to say that they are being shipped. He also has the fromt turn signal lenses and the tail light and backup light lenses repopped. They are not inexpensive, but considering that Mother Mopar ain't selling any anymore, they are relatively cheap!

Is turn about fair play?

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Posted 2009-01-11 10:36 AM (#158524 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2009-01-12 1:31 PM (#158657 - in reply to #34526)
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Big M- I'm in need of a salvageable steering wheel for a '55 Desoto. I'd even take a wheel from a different year/make that would fit the desoto column- I'd love to have a square Chrysler or Plymouth wheel but I know those can be pricey. Thanks!
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Posted 2009-01-12 6:12 PM (#158687 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jason, I looked at the DeSoto wheels I have, and all are cracked terribly. I had about the same luck with the similar vintage Chryslers I checked. I may have one of the lower line Plymouth wheels that is respectable, if you like, I'll check it out for you. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-13 3:35 AM (#158749 - in reply to #158687)
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Do you have a Power seat for -57 Chrysler? I will visit you in the beginning of Februari.

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Posted 2009-01-13 9:19 AM (#158761 - in reply to #158687)
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big m - 2009-01-12 6:12 PM

Hi Jason, I looked at the DeSoto wheels I have, and all are cracked terribly. I had about the same luck with the similar vintage Chryslers I checked. I may have one of the lower line Plymouth wheels that is respectable, if you like, I'll check it out for you. ---John


John, I appreciate you looking. While the mid '50s Plymouth wheels will fit the column, they don't have the 'dish' that the Desoto/Chrysler wheels have. I thought about running the wheel off of my '56 Plymouth but it's relatively flat and would set the outer rim of the steering wheel almost 3" forward of where the stock Desoto wheel is now.

The wheel on my car has pretty much disintegrated to nothing more than the steel ring and inner structure, so at this point anything would be better than nothing, and I have no problem with trying to repair a cracked wheel. If it's not too much trouble, would you mind snapping a picture of the best wheel(s) that you have and email them to me? My email is hotrodplymouth56@yahoo.com. Take your time- I'm in no huge rush. I'd prefer a '55 or '56 Desoto wheel but at this point I'll work with whatever I can get my hands on.

Thanks,
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Posted 2009-01-13 2:43 PM (#158801 - in reply to #34526)
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The '55 wheels I have are also down to the steel core, although the plastic handgrips remain. It doesn't seem like you would be gaining much with these. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-13 3:37 PM (#158809 - in reply to #34526)
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John- I appreciate you taking the time to look. I'll keep you in mind and let you know if I need anything else.
Thanks again. -Jason
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Posted 2009-01-21 5:40 AM (#159790 - in reply to #34526)
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I need a vacuum switch modul to the heater switch (no AC) for my 59 saratoga
do you have that??

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Posted 2009-01-30 2:07 PM (#161104 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Stian, I checked both of the '59's I have, and the plastic backing with the vacuum nipples have become distorted on each. I can realistically bet that these cannot be made to work. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-30 3:10 PM (#161110 - in reply to #34526)
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Bit late arriving - 1960 Darts do you have any junior cars in stock - I'm a Seneca
I may also be looking for bits for a 61 Pioneer

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Posted 2009-01-30 4:42 PM (#161127 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Andy, I have a '60 Seneca wagon that someone has added a 383 magnum to, as well as a Pioneer 2-door hardtop that was made into a parade car.

Also have 1 '61 Polara sedan, and several Pioneers, all 4-door sedans. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-30 6:28 PM (#161137 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2009-01-30 8:20 PM (#161170 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Chuck, I have one rust-free right front fender, there is a light dent just behind the headlight area on the side, but not major.

I don't currently have any 4-door sedans or hardtops, but I'm hoping to pick one up from a local farmer if a deal can be struck. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-31 8:01 AM (#161211 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2009-02-02 8:03 AM (#161388 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2009-02-04 4:06 PM (#161756 - in reply to #34526)
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Howdy -would you happen to have ANY lenses and the chrome piece that separates the lenses for a 57 Windsor Town & Country wagon? Thanks.



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Posted 2009-02-04 8:46 PM (#161830 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll check to see if I have those parts.

I had a similar wagon here about ten years ago, so I still may have those parts. ---John
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Posted 2009-02-07 3:28 PM (#162148 - in reply to #161830)
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Hey John, and while you're lookin' - could you see if you have one of those chrome & rubber tailgate bumpers? The metal on one of mine is cracked - probably broken by some bratty kid jumping on the open tailgate 40-50 years ago.
Also, you probably already know, the taillights have two lenses (a red lens and a clear lens) and no chrome dividing piece. That chrome I was talkin' about is vacuum-plated onto the clear piece.
Thanks.
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Posted 2009-02-09 2:20 PM (#162303 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

I didn't have any luck on the taillight assemblies, I must have sold them some time ago.

I do have the tailgate 'bumpers', the rubber on these is good, and the potmetal is not pitted. These are $25 each. Please let me know if you are interested,John
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Posted 2009-02-09 3:40 PM (#162321 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks for checking on the tail lights, John.
The chrome/rubber bumpers - I'll take both of them. Please PM me with your address, and if you have any of the items below also.
Do you also have the left-hand side chrome bumper extension? It's the metal piece with the oval face mounted on the bumper that sort of looks like a bumper guard. You can see the entire right one in my pic above, but only the top of the left one.
I also need a front passenger door glass in Solex - I understand that is the same as any four-door sedan.
Thanks.

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Posted 2009-02-10 1:31 PM (#162453 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2009-04-24 2:47 PM (#171726 - in reply to #34526)
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Just arrived for parts- Two '56 Imperial 4 doors, neither has an engine. ---John
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Posted 2009-05-16 2:17 AM (#174365 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John, Do you have that front light bezel for my Chrysler '62, right side. (it should be in good chrome and solid)
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Posted 2009-05-20 8:53 PM (#174923 - in reply to #34526)
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HI. about the 57 dodges what condition are the fenders in? how much? Thanks for your time. Vinny
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Posted 2009-05-20 9:04 PM (#174928 - in reply to #174923)
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HI. about the 57 dodges what condition are the fenders in? how much? Thanks for your time. Vinny


I'll check the fenders and let you know. ---John
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Posted 2009-05-20 9:07 PM (#174929 - in reply to #174365)
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Hey John, Do you have that front light bezel for my Chrysler '62, right side. (it should be in good chrome and solid)


Sami, please check your PM's. I have what you are needing. ---John
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Posted 2009-06-03 5:36 PM (#176661 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2009-06-04 7:06 PM (#176778 - in reply to #34526)
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All the '55 Dodges I have are equipped with V-8 engines. Are the front Medallions different for one equipped with a six?

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Posted 2009-06-05 6:57 AM (#176822 - in reply to #34526)
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I think the medallion is the same but I'm not sure.
I'm also looking for good lancer script for a 56 Dodge 2 dr ht. Phil
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Posted 2009-06-07 3:32 PM (#177117 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John,

have you looked those hood and trunklid for my '62 New Yorker?
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Posted 2009-06-08 4:07 PM (#177245 - in reply to #34526)
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Sami, I do have a good, solid, decklid for your car, but I was not able to come up with the New Yorker hood. I've sent you a PM as well. ---John
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Posted 2009-06-10 3:53 AM (#177442 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey big m, would you have a knob for a ' 60 - '61 newyorker / newport dash clock?
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Posted 2009-06-16 12:57 AM (#178132 - in reply to #34526)
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John at Big M was more than accomidating for me.. A good bunch of guys there..

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Posted 2009-07-03 8:09 PM (#180391 - in reply to #34526)
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do you have a 56 plymouth belvedere?
need trunk molding that goes from taillight bezel to taillight bezel
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please reply to me at my email because I may never see this thread again. thanks
my email is jerrybev1@yahoo.com
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Posted 2009-07-05 6:26 AM (#180474 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John

I'm looking for a TorqueFlite transmission that will fit my 303 ("Cryco") BigBlock(equals a 318, with a smaller bore....)...

-Do you have anything usable ?

P.S.:- My existing Powerflite also has the e-brake drum mounted.....

-Regards,Stig

(1957 Dodge Regent 2 dr ht)

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Posted 2009-07-06 4:37 PM (#180606 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Stig, I do have a complete air cooled torqueflite, but I do not know if it is useable as is. Most likely, a rebuild would be in order. Please let me kno0pw if you are interested, John
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Posted 2009-07-07 7:41 AM (#180712 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John.

I am interested....- how much do you want for it ?

(I have to take shipping charges into considerations)

P.S: -I have a radiator that is prepared for an oil cooled tranny, if this would help increasing the choices....

P.P.S: -Do you also have the 3 speed pushbutton as well ?

Regards

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Posted 2009-07-07 8:50 PM (#180792 - in reply to #34526)
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Stig, I would want $250 for the transmission. I do not think I still have a torqueflite shift keyboard for '57-'58 Plymouth, but I'll look. ---John
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Posted 2009-07-08 6:12 AM (#180831 - in reply to #34526)
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-Okay, thanks John....

-While you are looking for the pushbutton "keyboard", I´ll check if there is someone around here that perhaps would be good enough to take the tranny along in a container to Denmark.... :)   -as this would be the cheapest way....(-do you have any idea about the size / weight ?)

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Posted 2009-07-08 4:16 PM (#180878 - in reply to #34526)
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It would be best to secure the transmission onto a small pallet for shipping. Palletized, and with it's torque converter, I would guess the weight to be around 280 lbs. Size would depend on the choice of pallet, of course.

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Posted 2009-07-09 3:13 AM (#180943 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John , I m looking for the chrome for the hood of a 59 Plymouth , mine has dings in it , looking for one with no dings . Thanks Charlie
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Posted 2009-07-09 8:55 PM (#181000 - in reply to #34526)
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Charlie, I'll check and let you know. I should have one in good condition. ---John
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Posted 2009-07-19 10:11 AM (#181846 - in reply to #34526)
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Any luck on that chrome hood trim ? Also since I m dreaming here , any chance of pit free vent window frames for a 59 Ply hardtop , both sides .
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Posted 2009-07-21 2:35 PM (#182130 - in reply to #34526)
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Please check your PM's regarding these parts, Charlie.

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Posted 2009-07-21 4:02 PM (#182136 - in reply to #34526)
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Calling big m, any chance that you might have what I`m looking for? I`m in desperate need of a e-brake shoe lever for my 1961 Imperial, should be same in other Mopars of it`s age? (Drum e-brake) Included is link to picture of my broken one;
http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o213/Backyard_album/Technical/CI...
http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=26438&...
also seeking for left side headlite pod outer or both outer and inner;
http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=26652&...
I suspect that you don`t have much Imperial parts but it doesn`t hurt to ask, does it?
Regards-Christian Stromberg, Finland.
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Posted 2009-07-21 6:22 PM (#182156 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Christian,
I do have the E-brake lever, as well as both headlight pods for the left side. These are not the complete assemblies, but the main pods the lights fit into. These are not cracked or heavily pitted, but do have some minor pitting in the recessed areas.

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Posted 2009-07-22 2:23 AM (#182211 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, thank you for your answer. Sent you an pm.

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Posted 2009-07-31 4:49 PM (#183389 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John; I am looking for tailights for a 66 Chrysler T&C wagon, can you help, Thanks, John B.
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Posted 2009-08-29 2:50 PM (#186773 - in reply to #182156)
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Here is a picture of the type of fourteen inch by six and a half inch rims I want for my '57 Chrysler.

I need two.

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Posted 2009-10-17 2:50 AM (#192785 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

I sent you a PM and an email about a short list of parts for my '58 Plymouth.
Here it is again :

- Right side upper sportone trim on front fender
- Rear valances (in good shape)
- One wheel rim (for my spare tire)
- Ducts (2) going from the heater system to the dashboard blowers
- Left side acces panel on the rear quarters (you told me one year ago that you did not have a single one, but you never know !)
- Small plastic covers for the front seats pivots (don't know if you know what I mean but I have pics of those - I need 2 sets of those, one for me, one for a friend with a '57)

That's all I can think about now, but I'll come back later to add parts to that list.

Thanks.
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Posted 2009-10-17 11:38 AM (#192809 - in reply to #34526)
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Vincent, I'll check to see what I can come up with. I'm pretty sure that I have the most of your list. ---John
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Posted 2009-10-18 8:18 PM (#193046 - in reply to #34526)
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John,
I am looking for a 55/56 Chrysler Horn ring. Let me know if you have one.

Oh and a Dome light (plastic) lens. Kinda rectangular in shape.

Thanks

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Posted 2009-10-18 8:32 PM (#193048 - in reply to #192809)
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Big M: looking for rear quarter lower sport tone 57 or 58 for 2 door. Hood hinges for 1958 plymouth, headlight bezels/trim front fenders...my grille is good! 383 bell housing for 10-1/2'' flywheel. What have you? Thank you! Marc mstrug1959@att.net
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Posted 2009-10-19 8:33 PM (#193158 - in reply to #193046)
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John,
I am looking for a 55/56 Chrysler Horn ring. Let me know if you have one.

Oh and a Dome light (plastic) lens. Kinda rectangular in shape.

Thanks


Mark, I checked all the '55-'56 Chryslers in the yard, and not a one has either of those parts left.

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Posted 2009-10-19 8:35 PM (#193159 - in reply to #193048)
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Big M: looking for rear quarter lower sport tone 57 or 58 for 2 door. Hood hinges for 1958 plymouth, headlight bezels/trim front fenders...my grille is good! 383 bell housing for 10-1/2'' flywheel. What have you? Thank you! Marc mstrug1959@att.net


Hi Marc, I have both lower uarter panel moldings, both headlight doors[for a '58] and a good set of hood hinges. Send me an e-mail or PM if you are still needing these.

---John
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Posted 2009-10-21 1:39 PM (#193398 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John!

Any chance you would have the brake shoes for our 1959 Dodge Mayfair sedan? It's the equivalent of a US Plymouth Belvedere, and the shoes are 12" X 2".


Thanks in advance!


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Posted 2009-11-22 5:40 PM (#197918 - in reply to #34526)
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Ancient post, I know, but is there any trim left on that '56 Plymouth wagon??? I need stuff!
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Posted 2009-11-24 3:07 PM (#198221 - in reply to #34526)
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There is actually a lot left of this car, let me know specifically what you are needing, and I'll check it out.

I just realized that I now have well over 100 Forward Look cars here! They are still turning up.

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Posted 2009-11-30 2:02 PM (#198914 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

Do you have the trim pieces which runs along the top of the dash beneath the pad for a 56 Windsor. I believe all chrysler/imperial models have the same dash for 55/56.

Thanks,
Mike

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Posted 2009-12-05 6:09 AM (#199573 - in reply to #193159)
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Thanks for the parts John! I sent a pm to order more. Woohoo!



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Posted 2009-12-13 6:19 AM (#200647 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi BIG M
I need for my 1959 Plymouth Fury:
-trunk lock cylinder and key
-arm rest driver door (2dr HT)
-under bumper air scoop
-fender script FURY
-push button heater control panel
Let me know if you have one.
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Posted 2009-12-14 4:16 PM (#200784 - in reply to #200647)
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Hi BIG M
I need for my 1959 Plymouth Fury:
-trunk lock cylinder and key
-arm rest driver door (2dr HT)
-under bumper air scoop
-fender script FURY
-push button heater control panel
Let me know if you have one.
Regards - Robert


Hi Robert,
Looks like I have most of these parts. My computer is giving me trouble, and I may need to replace it, as the screen is flashing on and off, so please send a reminder to my e-mail address so I can get back to you.

---John
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Posted 2009-12-16 5:18 PM (#201039 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2009-12-21 4:24 PM (#201556 - in reply to #201039)
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BLVDCRUISER - 2009-12-16 2:18 PM

hoping your computer is fixed... waiting on a email back about 60 plymouth backing plates


I had to replace the computer, it finally kicked the bucket.

Please check your PM's.

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Posted 2009-12-22 4:01 PM (#201731 - in reply to #34526)
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Walter passed away on Jul 29, 2014. We will miss you, Walt!

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Hi John, I'M BACK...........................Looks like I've screwed up the turn signal switch in the steering column on my '55 Dodge. If you haave a '55 or '56 Please pm price and shipping. Tnx. Merry Christmas and a Prosperous 2010 to you and M'Lisa. Walt
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Posted 2009-12-22 5:23 PM (#201754 - in reply to #34526)
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I've got one right here for you, Walt.

A wonderful Christmas and new year to you and your family too.

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Posted 2009-12-23 5:42 PM (#201945 - in reply to #34526)
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I just joined the Forum and thought I'd start here. I'm looking for a mount for the power window regulator on a 1960 Chrysler 4 door Hardtop - Front door, Drivers side. I might need the regulator as well once I get that far. I have a very clean driver that I just completed and now I'm looking for chrome pieces, tail lights, etc. to take it that little bit further. At the moment however, I'm focused on getting the front power windows operable.
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Posted 2009-12-28 6:35 AM (#202586 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John remember me?
I sent you a new e-mail
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Posted 2009-12-28 6:03 PM (#202656 - in reply to #202586)
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Hi John remember me?
I sent you a new e-mail


Thanks for your patience.

I'll send a reply to your message right off.

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Posted 2009-12-29 12:56 AM (#202693 - in reply to #34526)
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John, Scott in Iowa here. Do you have a good Overdrive Cable for a 58 Suburban? About halfway down, my housing is cut.

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Posted 2009-12-29 7:58 PM (#202805 - in reply to #202693)
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John, Scott in Iowa here. Do you have a good Overdrive Cable for a 58 Suburban? About halfway down, my housing is cut.


Hi Scott, I have a good cable and housing, althouth the pull handle is missing. How's $35 plus postage sound?

---John
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Posted 2009-12-29 10:53 PM (#202827 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2010-02-24 1:24 AM (#211419 - in reply to #34526)
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John, looking for some parts for my 1956 Windsor 4 door sedan.
1 - taillight lens
right front window
1 wiper base {mine has froze up)
Lower rear quarter panels - both
side trim between the front and rear doors
rear chrome vertical trim just below taillights
rear view mirror

Thanks for your time, floyd066
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Posted 2010-02-28 6:29 AM (#211905 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Johnlooking for a v8 conversion kit for my 1957plymouth plaza ,engine pushbutton box plus selector box ,radiator everything needed let me know what you have. thanks psIm from Australia so I need to factor in shipping
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Posted 2010-03-01 1:19 PM (#212039 - in reply to #211905)
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Hi Johnlooking for a v8 conversion kit for my 1957plymouth plaza ,engine pushbutton box plus selector box ,radiator everything needed let me know what you have. thanks psIm from Australia so I need to factor in shipping


I will check to see what I have. I should have everything you have listed, but want to make sure. I have a '59 El Camino that will be going to south Australia Via Ray Adams, I may be able to send it to him in the bed of the Camino.

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Posted 2010-03-03 5:18 AM (#212309 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2010-03-03 2:00 PM (#212355 - in reply to #34526)
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Would you prefer a Torqueflite 3-speed, or a Powerflite 2-speed transmission? I have either set-up available, including shifter keyboard, cable, frame mounts, etc.

Let me know your preferance, so I can give you the price, complete.

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Posted 2010-03-05 3:59 AM (#212533 - in reply to #212355)
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3 speed would be great thanks for the fast reply and what engine options have you got 301 354 etc thanks
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Posted 2010-03-05 1:14 PM (#212570 - in reply to #34526)
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This combo would be from a '57 Belvedere, a 301 poly V-8, and torqueflite three speed transmission. The engine is complete, with all accessories, I have the engine perches for the frame, transmission crossmember, driveline, shifter assembly with keyboard. Running condition is unknown, the car has set idle since the late sixties.

The price for everything will be $1200. I can check with Ray Adams regarding the shipping to Adelaide if you wish.

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Posted 2010-03-06 10:13 PM (#212788 - in reply to #34526)
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I will let you know as soon as I can price is great
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Posted 2010-03-09 8:39 PM (#213149 - in reply to #34526)
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How much would a trunk pan for a 57 Fury/Savoy cost if you have one?
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Posted 2010-03-10 12:57 PM (#213206 - in reply to #213149)
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How much would a trunk pan for a 57 Fury/Savoy cost if you have one?


I have rust-free complete trunk pans priced at $600. These include the trunk extensions and all underbracing, as well as the tail panel.

Please let me know if you are interested, John
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Posted 2010-03-10 7:09 PM (#213250 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

Looking to replace the front drivers floor pan, and that access plate (?) of our 55 Desoto. I saw a 55 chrysler on your list. Are these interchangeable?



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Posted 2010-03-10 8:41 PM (#213269 - in reply to #34526)
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Jessica, the '55 Chrysler floor stamping is, indeed, identical to the '55 DeSoto. I have five or six of the Chryslers, surely one will have a decent driver's side footwell.

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Posted 2010-03-20 5:52 AM (#214814 - in reply to #212788)
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Sorry I didnt get back to you earlier will have the money ready in a couple of weeks if still ok what about shipping?
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Posted 2010-03-20 11:30 AM (#214847 - in reply to #214814)
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Paul1957 - 2010-03-20 2:52 AM

Sorry I didnt get back to you earlier will have the money ready in a couple of weeks if still ok what about shipping?


I can get ahold of Ray Adams regarding adding the engine and trans to his container. He has a car here to be picked up as well. Let me know when you are ready to proceed.

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Posted 2010-03-23 6:36 AM (#215360 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks I will ps have you got a radiator as well????? I will let you know as soon as i have all the money thanks !
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Posted 2010-03-23 4:55 PM (#215421 - in reply to #34526)
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I should be able to come up with a radiator as well.

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Posted 2010-03-28 8:31 PM (#216156 - in reply to #34526)
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am looking for a driver's side front door exterior door handle, and passenger side upper exterior chrome trim. Or any other part that you may have for this rare vehicle 59 Chrysler Windsor 4 Door Hardtop, thanks in advance, feedback would be appreciated.
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Posted 2010-03-29 8:59 PM (#216316 - in reply to #34526)
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I have a Saratoga 4-door sedan and a two door hardtop here for parts. I have the door handle, but will need a bit more info on the moldings you need. I am 150 miles west of Reno Nevada.

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Posted 2010-04-20 12:34 AM (#219328 - in reply to #216316)
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john, i need a radiator saddle for a 61 plymouth.... got one, and how much $$? also any chance of a nice front pass. door for a 4 dr. 61 plymouth? thanks, tony
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Posted 2010-04-26 1:33 PM (#220376 - in reply to #34526)
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Tony, please check your PM's.

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Posted 2010-06-07 9:22 AM (#226800 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello,
I am fairly new to MOPARs and am not sure of applications by years and models, so, if you feel you may have any of the items listed below but not sure, I will gladly send pictures, dimentions and any ID #s I can find, if you need them.
I am looking for the chrome bezel around the keyed switch on the tailgate of a 60 Plymouth wagon with power window. May be same on most MOPAR wagons from 1960-62 but not sure about Dodge. I can send picture and dimentions if you think you may have one good enough for rechroming.
My 60 Plymouth wagon is gold with cream roof and I am looking for at least one nice armrest and pad combo for that color[sort of a silverist tan color approx. 9" long]. Not sure but my wagon may use the same armrests as Valients. Again, can send pict. if you have that color but not sure of style.
Any nice wagon rear area interior panels[sides, back of middle seat, tail gate or floor cover panels for 2 seater with large spare tire cover panel].
Exterior stainless. Mine has several dings and am looking for decent peices that need polising only.
Could use for both sides - peices over headlights and long peice down over front wheel wells to bottom of front fender. DO NOT NEED front fender spears but, any peices from front doors on back that run above door handels to the tailight housing[5 peices per side]. I believe rear doors back may be wagon only but front doors forward are same as any 4 door 60 Plymouth Fury/Belevedere.
If any of the wagons have the long 2 peice roof stainless trim that has the chrome handles down the back along the tailgate window. I might be intertested in the set. I believe the roofs and trim peices were the same on all full size MOPAR wagons from 1960 -62.
Oh well, that's a start.
Hopefully I didn't make this too confusing and thanks for any answers,
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Posted 2010-06-10 6:01 PM (#227331 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John.
Have You any 1958 Chrysler`s , I am looking for a few items for My 300D hardtop.
A Vacuum Tank for the power brakes.
The retaining clips for the upper windshield stainless trim.
The battery clamp bolt that is attached to the inner fender
Thanks Dave.
Cheshire UK.
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Posted 2010-06-10 8:31 PM (#227353 - in reply to #227331)
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58hemi - 2010-06-10 3:01 PM

Hi John.
Have You any 1958 Chrysler`s , I am looking for a few items for My 300D hardtop.
A Vacuum Tank for the power brakes.
The retaining clips for the upper windshield stainless trim.
The battery clamp bolt that is attached to the inner fender
Thanks Dave.
Cheshire UK.


Hi Dave, I believe I have all those parts available. Please send a PM for prices.

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Posted 2010-06-13 8:35 AM (#227642 - in reply to #34526)
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what about a parking light lens for a 59 chrysler? and a

grille if need be?
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Posted 2010-06-13 2:25 PM (#227679 - in reply to #227642)
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moparsteve - 2010-06-13 5:35 AM

what about a parking light lens for a 59 chrysler? and a

grille if need be?


Steve, the parking light lenses I have are poor, but I do have a good grill.

---John
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Posted 2010-07-13 1:36 PM (#232396 - in reply to #34526)
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John, I just sent you an email for a part I need. Hope you have what I'm looking for!
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Posted 2010-07-28 8:22 AM (#234560 - in reply to #227679)
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hi john just replying to the engine and box that you have for me but i have found a motor close to home thanks for all your help just thought i would let you know
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Posted 2010-07-28 6:11 PM (#234640 - in reply to #234560)
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Paul1957 - 2010-07-28 5:22 AM

hi john just replying to the engine and box that you have for me but i have found a motor close to home thanks for all your help just thought i would let you know


I appreciate you letting me know.

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Posted 2010-07-28 9:16 PM (#234679 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi, i Need a steering wheel for a '58 plymouth. Just the outside would be fine( doesn't have to have horn ring / button. Please let me know. Thanks.
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Posted 2010-07-29 1:31 PM (#234754 - in reply to #234679)
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58sportsuburban - 2010-07-28 6:16 PM

Hi, i Need a steering wheel for a '58 plymouth. Just the outside would be fine( doesn't have to have horn ring / button. Please let me know. Thanks.


The best one I have is all intact with no large cracks, but the plastic is starting to crumble, especially around one of the handgrips. It may be possible to stabilize this crystallization with a clear resin or epoxy, but i have never tried it. If you'd like, I can post a photo or two to give you a better idea.

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Posted 2010-07-29 7:46 PM (#234791 - in reply to #34526)
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If you could post a picture that would be great. Mine has large chunks missing from it. Thanks.
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Posted 2010-09-01 1:58 PM (#239291 - in reply to #234791)
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58sportsuburban - 2010-07-29 4:46 PM

If you could post a picture that would be great. Mine has large chunks missing from it. Thanks.


Hi Eric,
I just got in a '57 Belvedere sedan with relatively low miles, it has a pretty good steering wheel, some slight crystallization on the outer ring, but not major. Here are some pics of it.

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Posted 2010-09-11 2:35 AM (#240859 - in reply to #34526)
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Do you have a front turn signal lense for a 56 plymouth? dome light lense for same.
Gregg
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Posted 2010-09-11 6:21 AM (#240872 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi - do you have the rear door lock remote mechanisms for a '57 4 door? They are the rods that go from the inside lock button to the lock itself. I also need the lock buttons. I also need the C-pillar piece that screws on between the real C-pillar and the door.

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Posted 2010-09-11 11:17 AM (#240894 - in reply to #34526)
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I have all those pieces available. I do assume they are for your '57 Plymouth sedan?

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Posted 2010-09-11 1:03 PM (#240910 - in reply to #34526)
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Yes, that's correct, thanks.

I've also spotted that I need a battery hold-down and a jack base, also one road wheel (turns out my spare isn't a Plymouth one!).
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Posted 2010-09-14 12:35 PM (#241398 - in reply to #34526)
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Ian,

I have a good, correct wheel and jack base, although the only part of the battery hold down I have is the stud that fastens to the fenderwell.

Please send me a pm with your wants, and I'll figure the prices and shipping.

Thanks, John
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Posted 2010-09-15 12:05 PM (#241527 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks John, will do. I'm sitting in an airport right now, so will figure it out at the weekend and make sure I don't miss anything!

Ian
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Posted 2010-09-18 11:40 AM (#241832 - in reply to #34526)
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John, you have mail.
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Posted 2010-09-21 1:12 PM (#242185 - in reply to #34526)
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John, did you get my mail?
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Posted 2010-09-21 1:15 PM (#242186 - in reply to #34526)
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Got it, Ian, just checking to be sure I have everything. I'll let you know shortly.

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Posted 2010-11-02 8:52 AM (#247928 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello John, do you still have 60 Imperial parts available? I am looking to replace some damaged trim pieces (wheel arches e.t.c.) and other minor parts. I will email with a list on your reply.

Thanks in advance, Steve.
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Posted 2010-11-02 12:40 PM (#247963 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Steve,

I do still have two '60 Imperial 4-door hardtops here.

Let me know what you are looking for, and I will check for you.
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Posted 2010-11-03 7:54 AM (#248060 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello John, thanks for your prompt reply.
I own a '60 Imp crown 2drht that I am currently working on to get ready for the road. I think the car is almost there, and I am chasing parts to complete and improve the car. I don't have a list written down, so here goes. Sorry I am not sure what parts are not interchangeable between 2 and 4 doors, and other models, hope you can help here.
Things I need:-
The small plastic striker on the rear of the doors. I think they are the same both sides. This hits the on the body spring loaded striker, and is black with 2 vertical retaining screws. I need the screws and the nuts or plate inside the door also.

The small rubber section (channel shape) at the top rear corner of the door vent window frame. This captures the door window when up. I think it is about an inch long.

inner Door panel retaining spring clips.

both front and rear wheel arch stainless trim, and screws for the RHS.

Front wheel arch trim for the LHS.

Both front fender stainless trim.

Also interested in any good to excellent trim parts and clips, screws e.t.c. for spares, including hubcaps and the like. And there will be more no doubt! Please let me know what you have.

Thanks again John, regards Steve.






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Posted 2010-11-03 4:26 PM (#248122 - in reply to #34526)
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Please check your PM's, Steve.

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Posted 2010-11-06 4:02 PM (#248486 - in reply to #248122)
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John,
I am in need of a very good tailgate glass with the chrome surround frame for a 58 N/Y'er wagon. Also the tailgate topcap where the inside tailgate release handle sits, if it has the little catch that mounts to the topcap.
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Posted 2010-11-08 1:44 PM (#248728 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bob,

I'm pretty sure that I can help, as I have ten or fifteen FL wagons for parts. I'll PM you to let you know price and availability.

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Posted 2010-11-13 6:09 PM (#249418 - in reply to #34526)
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Would it so happen that of the three 58 Plymouths you have at least a 2dr? With a good floor?
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Posted 2010-11-14 2:35 PM (#249503 - in reply to #249418)
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james2488 - 2010-11-13 3:09 PM

Would it so happen that of the three 58 Plymouths you have at least a 2dr? With a good floor?


I have several sedans with perfect floors- These are exactly the same as the 2-door floors, except the 2-door models have an extra brace in front of the rear seat, and the extra support for the B-pillar. These can be used in a 2-door car with little or no fitment problems.

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Posted 2010-11-17 3:46 PM (#249919 - in reply to #34526)
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looking for a set of motor mounts for a 1960 Savoy with a slant 6
The Plaza, Belvedere and Suburban(wagon) ones will prob work
maybe a Fury not sure though
any info on crossover would be nice too

my passenger side is gone and driver side is going
need a good set or set to re-vulcanize

thanks
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Posted 2010-11-18 5:21 PM (#250060 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Chris,
Please check your PM's. I have those mounts.

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Posted 2010-11-18 11:41 PM (#250102 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

I'm new here, but it sounds like you are the man when it comes to sourcing parts for these old girls.

I'm looking for the front & rear, driver & passenger chrome side window trim for my 59 Windsor 2 door hardtop...not looking for the glass so much as the chrome trim that surrounds all the windows. I'm also in need of the passenger & driver's door side aluminum door sill plates for the same car.

I have discovered the previous owners concept of "all there" has turned out to be "all there is" ...lol

Thanks and kind regards
Gerry
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Posted 2010-11-19 7:55 PM (#250214 - in reply to #34526)
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Please check your PM's, Gerry, I can help with all those parts.

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Posted 2010-11-20 7:45 PM (#250316 - in reply to #250214)
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Thanks John. PM'ed you back with a couple of more things I'm looking for to get my 59 Windsor back on the road.

Gerry

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Posted 2010-11-25 12:31 AM (#250755 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John. It's nice to see you again. How is everything? It's Doug from Florida. I'm looking for a power steering wheel for my 58 Fury. I'm looking for something that is restorable with as few cracks as possible. I just restored the steering wheel on my 66 Rambler with epoxy putty and it came out great. My Fury's wheel is just cracked all over the place and I'd like to start with a better one. Let me know if you can help. Thanks
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Posted 2010-11-25 12:46 PM (#250796 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Doug,

Great to hear from you! Hope things are going well for you these days. I'll check to see if I have anything decent, and let you know.

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Posted 2010-11-26 10:09 PM (#250972 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John. I'm doing OK. How's the business going?
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Posted 2010-12-01 8:18 PM (#251562 - in reply to #250972)
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Hi John. I'm doing OK. How's the business going?


Glad to hear that you are doing well! I've been keeping plenty busy lately myself.

I checked the deluxe steering wheels I have, and the best ones still have a couple of 3/8" cracks in them. Glenn Barratt was working with George Laurie in Australia on making a mold to recast these, but to my knowledge, nothing has come to fruition yet.

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Posted 2010-12-01 8:58 PM (#251569 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John
did you get my email about those 60 plym parts?
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Posted 2010-12-02 1:22 PM (#251651 - in reply to #34526)
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I do not recall seeing your e-mail, please send it again, as I may have deleted it by mistake.

Thanks, John
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Posted 2010-12-03 8:44 AM (#251734 - in reply to #34526)
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Just sent it through your company email.
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Posted 2010-12-03 1:17 PM (#251766 - in reply to #251734)
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Just sent it through your company email.
Thanks John
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Got it!
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Posted 2010-12-16 8:10 PM (#253547 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, Greetings from a snow covered Michigan. Do you have any undamaged OEM rr speaker grilles for a 57 plymouth?
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Posted 2010-12-16 8:37 PM (#253549 - in reply to #253547)
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Great Lakes Belv - 2010-12-16 5:10 PM

Hi John, Greetings from a snow covered Michigan. Do you have any undamaged OEM rr speaker grilles for a 57 plymouth?


I don't currently have any that are in good condition, but will keep you in mind should one turn up.

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Posted 2010-12-16 9:03 PM (#253553 - in reply to #34526)
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How about a 57 ply interior rr view mirror? Are they chrome, stainless or painted? its a belvedere if it makes any difference. If the mirror is bad couldnt any glass company replace it? I've never seen one in real life but hate the windshield mounted one I have now.
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Posted 2010-12-17 1:12 PM (#253616 - in reply to #34526)
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All the mirrors for the '57 are dash mounted, although a Day/Night mirror was an option. Were you wanting a high mounted mirror?

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Posted 2010-12-17 2:16 PM (#253624 - in reply to #34526)
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Dash mount please, do you have a Day/Night one available?
actually, see if you have either dash mount styles.
Thanks, Jason

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Posted 2010-12-19 9:20 PM (#253875 - in reply to #34526)
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I am looking for the push buttons and the trim that they go through for a 1957 Plymouth with a three speed torqueflite transmission .
Also I am in need of a crank shaft pulley for a 318 poly to run power steering and the fan . Thanks John
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Posted 2010-12-20 4:25 PM (#253951 - in reply to #253624)
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Dash mount please, do you have a Day/Night one available?
actually, see if you have either dash mount styles.
Thanks, Jason


Hi Jason,

I do have a day/night mirror, there is minor desilvering at one edge, but not too bad. This is one of the chrome ones.

Please let me know if you still need it, John
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Hi John at Big M
I am looking for the push buttons and the trim that they go through for a 1957 Plymouth with a three speed torqueflite transmission .
Also I am in need of a crank shaft pulley for a 318 poly to run power steering and the fan . Thanks John


I'll check to see what I have, and let you know.

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Posted 2010-12-21 7:45 AM (#254024 - in reply to #34526)
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Saw on the news over here that California is having a bit of bad weather, hope you guys are all good

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Posted 2010-12-21 12:15 PM (#254056 - in reply to #34526)
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Most of the flooding is goingt on in the south state, about 400 miles south of here. So far we're just into our sixth or seventh day of rain, no flooding at this time.

Thanks for your concern, John
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Posted 2010-12-21 4:34 PM (#254085 - in reply to #253875)
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Coronet 58 - 2010-12-19 6:20 PM

Hi John at Big M
I am looking for the push buttons and the trim that they go through for a 1957 Plymouth with a three speed torqueflite transmission .
Also I am in need of a crank shaft pulley for a 318 poly to run power steering and the fan . Thanks John


I do have the torqueflite shifter assembly complete, but negative on the crankshaft power steering pulley. Please PM me if you still are needing the shifter.

Thanks, John
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Posted 2010-12-29 1:41 AM (#254902 - in reply to #254085)
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Looking for a complete factory jack set up for 61 Newport.

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Posted 2010-12-29 8:39 PM (#254987 - in reply to #34526)
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Mike, please check your PM's.

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Posted 2010-12-30 4:12 AM (#255025 - in reply to #34526)
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I'm asking for a set of motor mounts for my 1956 Chrysler New Yorker (called Chrysli). The drivers side rear rubber in the motor mount is broken. So I guess I need mounts for all four corners. Do have a set /w good rubber inside?
I'll appreciate your answer very much. Thank you. Happy New Year!
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Posted 2010-12-30 8:24 PM (#255100 - in reply to #255025)
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di_ch_NY56 - 2010-12-30 1:12 AM

I'm asking for a set of motor mounts for my 1956 Chrysler New Yorker (called Chrysli). The drivers side rear rubber in the motor mount is broken. So I guess I need mounts for all four corners. Do have a set /w good rubber inside?
I'll appreciate your answer very much. Thank you. Happy New Year!
Happy Motoring!

Dieter


Hi Dieter, I'll check to see and let you know.

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Posted 2010-12-31 5:25 PM (#255239 - in reply to #34526)
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Looks like all the motor mounts I have are cracked or broken. Sorry, but I cannot help you on them.

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Posted 2011-01-01 5:01 AM (#255293 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John
Thank you very much for the time you spent for me.

I guess I have to find a shop that will renew the existing motor mounts (new rubber, re-vulcanize). But for that I guess I have to move the whole engine assembly (motor and gearbox) out of the car for a very long time.

Or - is it possible to drive around for a longer period with a broken/cracked rubber in one motor mount?

Thank you very much.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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Posted 2011-01-02 3:03 PM (#255460 - in reply to #34526)
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Dieter, I wouldn't recommend driving with broken motor mounts, as it can cause eventual damage to exhaust components, and may conflict with the steering linkages. Also, in rare instances, the engine can rock upwards and cause the throttle linkage to bind. Not a good thing to have happen.

I would remove both mounts, and drill holes in the steel parts the rubber is vulcanized to, and run a bolt through each side. This may transmit a bit of vibration, but is safe until you can have a set of mounts rebuilt or find replacements.

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Posted 2011-01-02 3:31 PM (#255466 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John
Thank you very much for your ideas. Coincidentally I was looking about my search lists in eBay. Then I got the idea to search for motor mounts. So I got the rear motor (transmission) mount from fmmpar. Later on I found front motor mounts for a 1955 Chrysler/Imperial - also from fmmpar. I set the question if they will fit the 1956 model year either (should according my parts book). It seems that I do not have to drive around with broken (= damaged rubber in the) motor mounts. I could imagine the engine bouncing around during a transition.
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Posted 2011-01-14 12:43 PM (#256962 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John

The motor mounts I bought are the wrong ones (showing # 1550 633). The number on the rubber of the motor mounts installed in my Chrysli is 1630 384 Kanter, Boonton, NY offers a service to renew existing motor mounts - pm sent
Happy motoring!

Dieter

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Posted 2011-01-27 1:24 AM (#258604 - in reply to #255460)
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Would you have any 55/56 Dodge or Plymouth parts cars? I need a good drivers front floor pan with inspection plate for a 56 Dodge and the left side trunk floor for a 55 Plymouth.
Thanks, Bob Kruger
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Posted 2011-02-03 1:09 PM (#259411 - in reply to #258604)
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John,
Would you have any 55/56 Dodge or Plymouth parts cars? I need a good drivers front floor pan with inspection plate for a 56 Dodge and the left side trunk floor for a 55 Plymouth.
Thanks, Bob Kruger


Hi Bob,
I currently have six '55-6 Plymouths, and 8 '55-'56 Dodges for parts. I'll check to see if any have a good left front floor section.

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Posted 2011-02-07 4:32 PM (#260011 - in reply to #34526)
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I do have a good left front floor section with a good inspection plate. ^The trunk floor section I do not have a good one, however.

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Posted 2011-02-11 8:26 AM (#260575 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John

Do have an extension of the tail and stop lamp of a 1956 Chrysler for sale. I'm looking for the inner side extension moulding, LH side. The extension moulding is mounted at the body below the tail lamp, just behind the rear bumper extension (sight from the back). The part number according the parts book is 1650 265. At eBay I only could find complete bumbers and bumper extensions.
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Posted 2011-02-20 2:43 AM (#261659 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2011-02-20 1:13 PM (#261692 - in reply to #261659)
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looking for a rhs poly exhaust manifold with generator bracket thanks


Paul, I have these manifolds available in good condition. The price is $65 plus shipping. Please let me know if you are interested, John
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Posted 2011-02-23 12:12 AM (#262047 - in reply to #34526)
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John, Big M, I am looking for the metal bushing that connects the idler arm to the centerlink on my '56 Windsor. Can you help me with this little piece that no one seems to have ANYWHERE!!! Also the lower rear shock mounts and hardware. Thanks. John.

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Posted 2011-02-24 11:52 AM (#262240 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

I do have those parts available for your Chrysler.

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It looks like I just need the shock mounts and hardware. Give me a price and it will be done. Thanks, John. John
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Posted 2011-02-25 2:28 PM (#262451 - in reply to #34526)
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John, I am assuming that you need just the mount studs and hardware, for those, figure $20 for the pair plus $8 for postage.

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Posted 2011-03-01 9:39 AM (#262993 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2011-03-01 6:48 PM (#263057 - in reply to #34526)
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I need a piece of sheet metal from a 57 Dodge. I've attached a picture of what I'm after. It's the panel above the rear bumper that holds the weatherstrip. But I'd also like to extend that past the factory weld to the middle of the tail-light...as you can see, mine is rusted out.

Also, I was wondering if you had a pair of 'standard' torsion bars for my car. My car is the Custom Royal and it came with the extra soft bars. The standard bars that I'm looking for would be parts 952 and 953 (I currently have 950, 951.)



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Posted 2011-04-01 1:30 PM (#266802 - in reply to #34526)
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Recent ForwardLook acquisitions, most for parts-

'57 Plymouth Belvedere 4-dooor sedans 3
'57 Plymouth Savoy 4-door hardtop with bumper wings and factory air
'57 Dodge Custom Royal 4-door sedan
'56 Chrysler Windsor 4-door sedan
'58 Plymouth 2-door hardtop [with '57 front clip]
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Posted 2011-04-03 4:43 AM (#266942 - in reply to #34526)
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hi john sent you a pm about the manifold and some other parts thanks
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Posted 2011-04-22 6:29 AM (#269555 - in reply to #34526)
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hi john i still need the parts rhs poly exhaust manifold and brackets to hold generator all engine pullys and bolts exept generator pully 2 barrel carby with air cleaner for 57 plymouth and 2 engine mounts for a 313 poly [318 poly the same] hope you can help thanks paul
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Posted 2011-04-22 1:19 PM (#269604 - in reply to #269555)
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hi john i still need the parts rhs poly exhaust manifold and brackets to hold generator all engine pullys and bolts exept generator pully 2 barrel carby with air cleaner for 57 plymouth and 2 engine mounts for a 313 poly [318 poly the same] hope you can help thanks paul


Paul, let me get an e-mail address so I can send you pics of the stateside manifolds. I compared the part number you had given me with one on a manifold and they were different.

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Posted 2011-05-01 4:47 AM (#270607 - in reply to #34526)
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it looks right how about the rest of the parts as well would like to send them all together
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Posted 2011-05-01 8:23 AM (#270612 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John!
I am looking for my 1959 Fury 2dr HT :
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- ashtrays to sviwel seats (2)
- rubber seal fuel filler (pics)
- metal defrost dash vents (2 set)
- spare wheel mount (screw and nut)



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...And the plastic cover (brown if possible)


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Big M , I am looking for 2 14" steel wheels and 2 hubcaps for a 57 fireflite sportsman. I sent you a e-mail a few days ago with more info and I will try to re-send it again

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Posted 2011-05-17 8:37 PM (#272887 - in reply to #270612)
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RDP - 2011-05-01 5:23 AM

Hi John!
I am looking for my 1959 Fury 2dr HT :
- hedaliner plastic mouldings and retainers (set)
- ashtrays to sviwel seats (2)
- rubber seal fuel filler (pics)
- metal defrost dash vents (2 set)
- spare wheel mount (screw and nut)


Hi Robert,

These parts I was able to come up with.-
'57 Dash registers and inserts [metal]
Fuel filler rubber grommet in good condition
Spare wheel screw and nut

The other items I did not have in serviceable condition. Please let me know if you still need these parts.

Thanks, John
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Posted 2011-05-17 8:38 PM (#272888 - in reply to #272770)
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Big M , I am looking for 2 14" steel wheels and 2 hubcaps for a 57 fireflite sportsman. I sent you a e-mail a few days ago with more info and I will try to re-send it again

Thanks, Jeff


Hi Jeff, please check your e-mails regarding these parts.

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Posted 2011-05-18 10:53 AM (#272974 - in reply to #272887)
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big m - 2011-05-18 2:37 AM

RDP - 2011-05-01 5:23 AM

Hi John!
I am looking for my 1959 Fury 2dr HT :
- hedaliner plastic mouldings and retainers (set)
- ashtrays to sviwel seats (2)
- rubber seal fuel filler (pics)
- metal defrost dash vents (2 set)
- spare wheel mount (screw and nut)


Hi Robert,

These parts I was able to come up with.-
'57 Dash registers and inserts [metal]
Fuel filler rubber grommet in good condition
Spare wheel screw and nut

The other items I did not have in serviceable condition. Please let me know if you still need these parts.

Thanks, John



Yes, I need

57 and 59 dash vents are the same?
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Posted 2011-05-19 4:42 PM (#273173 - in reply to #34526)
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Robert, I'll have to try fitting the metal registers to the '59, I was told they would fit, but have not tried it myself to verify this.

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Posted 2011-05-20 6:10 AM (#273248 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2011-05-20 8:38 PM (#273350 - in reply to #34526)
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I sent you a PM with the total and shipping prices.

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Hi John,

looking for a 58 dodge 350 engine and trans.

thanks Paul.

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wanted: 1958 plymouth/dodge torque flight shift cable to be used with push button selectors.

I suspect cable was same for several years. Can you please inform me? that would allow me to broaden my search.
also need for 56 plymouth: door sills for both front doors from a 4 door sedan. Mine are "ragged".
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Posted 2011-06-02 12:01 PM (#275073 - in reply to #273173)
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Robert, I'll have to try fitting the metal registers to the '59, I was told they would fit, but have not tried it myself to verify this.

---John


any progress?
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Posted 2011-06-05 4:32 PM (#275546 - in reply to #34526)
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Do you have the small piece of trim on the lower part of the side pear on front quarter on a 57 Firedome as per pic. I need the lower piece for the door as well but mine is 2 dr and i think you only have a 4 door.
Also i don't suppose you have a trunk lock and key that would fit and the lenses for the roof lights.
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Posted 2011-06-14 1:15 PM (#276697 - in reply to #275546)
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John
Do you have the small piece of trim on the lower part of the side pear on front quarter on a 57 Firedome as per pic. I need the lower piece for the door as well but mine is 2 dr and i think you only have a 4 door.
Also i don't suppose you have a trunk lock and key that would fit and the lenses for the roof lights.
Let me know if you can help.
Thanks
Simon


Hi Simon, I do have the lower fender trim piece, but no trunk locks with the key. Are you referring to the lenses for the interior dome lights?

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Posted 2011-06-15 4:12 AM (#276791 - in reply to #276697)
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Hi John
Thanks for the reply. Re the trim i have recently been told that the lower trim on the front quarter is shorter on the 4 door than the 2 door. Is this right ?(i need the 2 dr). Yes i did nean the dome lights.
Let me know when you get a moment.
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Hi John
Thanks for the reply. Re the trim i have recently been told that the lower trim on the front quarter is shorter on the 4 door than the 2 door. Is this right ?(i need the 2 dr). Yes i did nean the dome lights.
Let me know when you get a moment.
Thanks
Simon


Simon,

George Laurie makes repro dome lenses, I'd check with him, as originals are brittle and can seldom be used. I'm not aware of there being a difference in the 2-door VS 4-door fender moldings, can you measure the length and I can compare?

Thanks, John
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Posted 2011-06-16 11:17 AM (#276888 - in reply to #276825)
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Simon,

George Laurie makes repro dome lenses, I'd check with him, as originals are brittle and can seldom be used. I'm not aware of there being a difference in the 2-door VS 4-door fender moldings, can you measure the length and I can compare?

Thanks, John

John
Thanks for the pointer on the dome lenses i will cjheck it out. Re the botom fender trim it was omeone at the NDC that said the 4 door is shorter but i have no way of comparing. I have measured as best i can and the length of the trim piece as measured re the length on the fender (as opposed to the curved length of the trim itself) appears to be 14.5 inches. I might be very very slightly out as my trim is bent over a bit at the end.
Does that sound the same size as yours?
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Posted 2011-06-16 2:31 PM (#276905 - in reply to #34526)
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I measured the curved trim piece on the Firesweep, and it is just 10 1/2" long. The trim piece above it was 13 1/2".

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Posted 2011-06-16 2:33 PM (#276907 - in reply to #275073)
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big m - 2011-05-19 10:42 PM

Robert, I'll have to try fitting the metal registers to the '59, I was told they would fit, but have not tried it myself to verify this.

---John


any progress?


Hi Robert, I removed a defrost resister assembly from a '57, and measured both the holes, on in a '59, and one in a '57. Both are 4" diameter. The defrost register from the '57 seems to fit snugly in the dash of a '59 Plymouth.

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Posted 2011-06-16 3:06 PM (#276913 - in reply to #276907)
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Thanks John, send me price for all items


if you have a deluxe steering wheel with very good chrome
I would like to send to Koch's restoration

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Posted 2011-06-17 8:35 PM (#277097 - in reply to #276913)
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Thanks John, send me price for all items


if you have a deluxe steering wheel with very good chrome
I would like to send to Koch's restoration


Robert, I do have a good steering wheel core from a desert car [good chrome] If you wish, I could send it directly to Koch's for you, as a matter of fact, I will eventually need to have one done for my own car, maybe we could get a discount if I send both at once?

---John
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Posted 2011-06-18 2:09 AM (#277117 - in reply to #277097)
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big m - 2011-06-18 2:35 AM

Robert, I do have a good steering wheel core from a desert car [good chrome] If you wish, I could send it directly to Koch's for you, as a matter of fact, I will eventually need to have one done for my own car, maybe we could get a discount if I send both at once?

---John


Thanks John, it is an excellent idea!
Maybe other items you send to me together with the wheel?
I will send you the money for items and repair the steering wheel.
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Posted 2011-06-27 3:05 PM (#278188 - in reply to #34526)
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John and Robert, I can pick up small stuff and bring them home with me. Could save a lot on shipping I guess
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Posted 2011-06-27 4:26 PM (#278205 - in reply to #34526)
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Oh yeah! Any chance you've got a pair of good stone guards for a 58 Plymouth 2dr hardtop?
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Posted 2011-06-28 3:38 PM (#278342 - in reply to #278188)
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Matthew Keij - 2011-06-27 9:05 PM

John and Robert, I can pick up small stuff and bring them home with me. Could save a lot on shipping I guess


Matthew you are now in the U.S.?
I am waiting for a message from John

Robert
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Posted 2011-06-28 4:47 PM (#278354 - in reply to #278205)
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Oh yeah! Any chance you've got a pair of good stone guards for a 58 Plymouth 2dr hardtop?


No Luck on the stone guards, Matthew. They seem to be in short supply.

---John
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Posted 2011-06-28 4:51 PM (#278355 - in reply to #278342)
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Matthew Keij - 2011-06-27 9:05 PM

John and Robert, I can pick up small stuff and bring them home with me. Could save a lot on shipping I guess


Matthew you are now in the U.S.?
I am waiting for a message from John

Robert


Robert, I do have a good core deluxe steering wheel, the price on it is $85. If you wish, I'll call Koch's to get a price on having both done at once. If I get them back in time, Matthew could pick them up here rather than shipping air mail.

---John
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Posted 2011-06-28 5:18 PM (#278359 - in reply to #278355)
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OK John, call to Kochs !
and the price for other parts?
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Posted 2011-07-12 8:42 AM (#280223 - in reply to #34526)
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hi i have a 1957 plymouth fury sport 2dr white. iam looking for rear valance panel under rear bumper left and right. It fills the gap and hides the exhaust pipes. Thanks nick

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Posted 2011-07-12 1:56 PM (#280259 - in reply to #280223)
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Hi Nick, I currently have only bent and damaged rear valance panels. I do get good ones from time to time, though. No luck on the Fury inserts either.

Thanks for the inquiry.

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Posted 2011-07-12 2:11 PM (#280264 - in reply to #278359)
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OK John, call to Kochs !
and the price for other parts?


Robert,
I just got off the phone with Koch's, they quoted me $650 to recast the clear and repair the handgrips on a good core steering wheel. If I have mine sent at the same time, they will take off $50 per steering wheel.

Please send me an e-mail, and I can get you a total tally on the parts.

Thanks for your patience, John
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Posted 2011-07-12 4:17 PM (#280288 - in reply to #280259)
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Hi Could i see some pictures of what you have and a price for them and shipping cost to 08069 thanks
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Posted 2011-07-13 10:14 AM (#280381 - in reply to #280264)
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RDP - 2011-06-28 2:18 PM

OK John, call to Kochs !
and the price for other parts?


Robert,
I just got off the phone with Koch's, they quoted me $650 to recast the clear and repair the handgrips on a good core steering wheel. If I have mine sent at the same time, they will take off $50 per steering wheel.

Please send me an e-mail, and I can get you a total tally on the parts.

Thanks for your patience, John



Thanks John, I sent you email
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Posted 2011-07-18 5:39 PM (#281136 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M, I'm after an odometer for my '58 Dodge Sierra, as it has just stopped rolling, opened it up but it seems to have siezed solid and as my fuel gauge doesn't work it's my only way of gauging roughly how much fuel i've left in the tank!!! I'm guessing the part was common to most cars of the era plus or minus a year. I'd be interested in a clock too if there is one lying around. I'm in the UK and can PayPal you.

Cheers, Saul
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Posted 2011-07-18 8:50 PM (#281173 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2011-07-22 8:14 PM (#281818 - in reply to #281136)
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Hi Big M, I'm after an odometer for my '58 Dodge Sierra, as it has just stopped rolling, opened it up but it seems to have siezed solid and as my fuel gauge doesn't work it's my only way of gauging roughly how much fuel i've left in the tank!!! I'm guessing the part was common to most cars of the era plus or minus a year. I'd be interested in a clock too if there is one lying around. I'm in the UK and can PayPal you.

Cheers, Saul


Hi Saul, I do have a good working speedometer head assembly, as well as a good working fuel gauge. Are you sure it's the gauge and not the sending unit, which goes out more often?

---John
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Posted 2011-07-25 4:35 AM (#282131 - in reply to #34526)
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hi big m, im looking for two doors for a 58 windsor hardtop.. I do not know if anything from another car of the same year will fit, but im open to that also thanks
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Posted 2011-07-25 2:25 PM (#282217 - in reply to #282131)
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hi big m, im looking for two doors for a 58 windsor hardtop.. I do not know if anything from another car of the same year will fit, but im open to that also thanks


I have good solid doors from a '57 Chrysler coupe, priced at $300, this is for the body panel and not the glass. I probably have everything to make the doors complete, if needed.

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Posted 2011-07-26 7:22 AM (#282341 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John Do you have any parts for a 1959 dodge coronet?
Thanks seth
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Posted 2011-07-26 2:19 PM (#282391 - in reply to #282341)
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Hi John Do you have any parts for a 1959 dodge coronet?
Thanks seth


Hi Seth,

I have several '59 Dodges here, what are you needing?

---John
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Posted 2011-07-26 5:15 PM (#282422 - in reply to #281818)
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Hi John, Sorry for late reply I was expecting a notification of reply which didn't come. Thanks, i'd like the speedo head unit please, what price includng shipping to the UK, zip code PO6 3AX in Portsmouth. As for the fuel guage i agree it is probably the sender unit but it looks like a nightmare job to replace, have you any experience of that? I'm assuming i'll have to drop the tank to do that? Might be easier if you reply to me at traveller816@aol.com so I won't have to trawl through all the messages in the thread to find my reply or pm me.

Many thanks for getting back to me.

Cheers, Saul
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Posted 2011-07-26 9:12 PM (#282452 - in reply to #282422)
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Saul, it's all well and good to have spare parts; got 3 spare speedos me-self; but, the odometer does appear to
be 'frozen', rather than having any-all of the tumblers rotate.

What you should do/check, is: hold the tumblers in one hand, and see if you can spin the "10ths" tumbler,
and see if the mile-digit/tumbler will move.

I once turned back an odometer (still have it, too) to 0000.0, from about 40k, by spinning the "10ths" with my
thumb (while watching the Tube..)...over the course of a month or so, periodically.

IIRC, each spin of the "10ths" tumbler would reverse (or advance) the mileage by about one-tenth mile.

By the time I got to 'zero' , some of the 10ths-digits' paint was worn away, but, a very fine brush & black paint restored
their appearance...it was a fun exercise!

Of course, there is/must-be a way to disassemble the odo-assembly, but that was not self-explanatory,
so, I just 'whittled' away at the mileage, and kept the assembly intact.








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Posted 2011-07-27 7:20 AM (#282490 - in reply to #282391)
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big m - 2011-07-26 11:19 AM

iwanaflattie - 2011-07-26 4:22 AM

Hi John Do you have any parts for a 1959 dodge coronet?
Thanks seth


Hi Seth,

I have several '59 Dodges here, what are you needing?

---John

Thanks John I need the fins and lights.Basically the rear sheet metal.I am making custom fenders.
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Posted 2011-07-27 8:25 PM (#282581 - in reply to #34526)
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Sent a PM

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Posted 2011-07-28 3:32 AM (#282614 - in reply to #282452)
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Neil, I too have lovingly caressed my tumblers (and I do mean tumblers!!) mine got stuck at 04299.9 halfwa to 04300.0. However the only way they will roll now is under manipulation of the fingertips. I couldn't see how to open them up (as you said not obvious), the manual doesn't cover it and i've just recieved the parts book i had ordered but it's doubtful there'll be anything there iether as i believe these were "bought in". So when i get a working replacement i can attemp taking the original apart without the wory of damaging it and leaving myself without. In short the tenths tumbler rotates but gets stuck every time 9 comes up, the others seem ok.
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Posted 2011-07-28 5:38 AM (#282617 - in reply to #34526)
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I bought a year ago or so a supposedly NOS odometer for my '58 Plymouth.
Upon receiving it, I checked it and saw that it couldn't rotate normally.

That's when I saw that there was something written on the Autolite box, almost washed away from all those years : "Warranty - locked" !!!
It seems something has broken inside, or something is loose.
Anyway, I will try to disassemble my old one (as a training), to see if I can repair the "NOS" one.
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Posted 2011-08-22 9:25 PM (#285797 - in reply to #34526)
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John,
I 'm looking for the following for my 58 Belvedere:

Fan control knob for the dash with the big "F" on it.
The aluminum trim for the center dash where ignition, fan, heater slide are. Mine's all scratched.
Right rear valance/splash pan in good shape.

Let me know if you can help me out at all.

Thank you, sir.

Jason
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Posted 2011-08-23 8:23 PM (#285930 - in reply to #285797)
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John,
I 'm looking for the following for my 58 Belvedere:

Fan control knob for the dash with the big "F" on it.
The aluminum trim for the center dash where ignition, fan, heater slide are. Mine's all scratched.
Right rear valance/splash pan in good shape.

Let me know if you can help me out at all.

Thank you, sir.

Jason


Jason,Let me have a look to see what I have available.

I'll let you know shortly.

---John

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Posted 2011-08-23 8:29 PM (#285933 - in reply to #34526)
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John, you have a lower valance? 59 P.

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Posted 2011-08-24 6:05 PM (#286074 - in reply to #285933)
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John, you have a lower valance? 59 P.

See you soon!


I think I have a decent repairable one, I'll have to check. Looking forward to your visit as well!

---John
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Posted 2011-08-24 6:08 PM (#286075 - in reply to #285797)
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wingedvictory - 2011-08-22 6:25 PM

John,
I 'm looking for the following for my 58 Belvedere:

Fan control knob for the dash with the big "F" on it.
The aluminum trim for the center dash where ignition, fan, heater slide are. Mine's all scratched.
Right rear valance/splash pan in good shape.

Let me know if you can help me out at all.

Thank you, sir.

Jason


Jason, I have a decent aluminum dash bezel with only a few minor scratches near the ignition switch, a nice unpitted Fan know as well.

The right rear valance is another story- all I have left are mangled badly, and would take hours of concentrated hammer and dolly work to straighten.

---John
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Posted 2011-08-24 9:35 PM (#286115 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks, John. I definately want they fan knob. Let me know your price. If you can email a pic of the dash bezel if it's not too much trouble to crjgurski@yahoo.com I would greatly appreciate it. I'll keep hunting the valance. May end up going repro on that.

Thank you in advance, sir.

Jason
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Posted 2011-08-25 2:51 PM (#286194 - in reply to #286115)
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Thanks, John. I definately want they fan knob. Let me know your price. If you can email a pic of the dash bezel if it's not too much trouble to crjgurski@yahoo.com I would greatly appreciate it. I'll keep hunting the valance. May end up going repro on that.

Thank you in advance, sir.

Jason


Jason, figure $10 on the fan knob. I'll send you a photo of the bezel shortly.

---John
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Posted 2011-08-28 1:55 PM (#286538 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John. How are you? I'm trying to help out a buddy of mine. He has a 1956 New Yorker sedan. He is looking for a grille emblem and bezel. It doesn't have to be in excellent shape. He is also looking for parking light lenses. Let me know if you can help. I'm still looking for a deluxe steering wheel and scuff guards for my 1958 Fury. Thanks John.
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Posted 2011-08-29 8:17 PM (#286720 - in reply to #286538)
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Hey John. How are you? I'm trying to help out a buddy of mine. He has a 1956 New Yorker sedan. He is looking for a grille emblem and bezel. It doesn't have to be in excellent shape. He is also looking for parking light lenses. Let me know if you can help. I'm still looking for a deluxe steering wheel and scuff guards for my 1958 Fury. Thanks John.


Hi Doug,

I have all these items in decent condition. Please let me know if your friend still needs them.

---John
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Posted 2011-08-29 9:42 PM (#286730 - in reply to #34526)
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Certainly John. He would also like a horn ring with center cap. I forgot that on my previous message. Give me a price on the parts and I'll shoot you a payment via Paypal or however you prefer. Thanks John.
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Posted 2011-08-30 3:11 PM (#286796 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2011-09-01 2:02 PM (#287163 - in reply to #34526)
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VG 57 dodge core support? Mine is rusted at bottom mount and been planning on fixing the original since only that center spot is bad, but thought would check to see if cost comparable to replacing it. Thanks, Mike MN
Also might need some of top fin trim. Does 2 door sedan fit 2 door hardtop? Car I am working on is KD500 Custom Royal Lancer 2 door
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Posted 2011-09-01 9:03 PM (#287216 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2011-09-02 11:55 AM (#287297 - in reply to #34526)
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John, I sent you a PM many days ago about '59 Plymouth taillight bezels, but didn't get an answer. Did you get my Pm? Thanks!
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Posted 2011-09-02 1:20 PM (#287308 - in reply to #287297)
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John, I sent you a PM many days ago about '59 Plymouth taillight bezels, but didn't get an answer. Did you get my Pm? Thanks!


Hi David,

Do you need just the lens retaining bezels? If so, I have a decent non-cracked or pitted set.

Please let me know. I checked and somehow missed your message.

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Posted 2011-09-02 3:51 PM (#287325 - in reply to #287308)
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soiouz - 2011-09-02 8:55 AM

John, I sent you a PM many days ago about '59 Plymouth taillight bezels, but didn't get an answer. Did you get my Pm? Thanks!


Hi David,

Do you need just the lens retaining bezels? If so, I have a decent non-cracked or pitted set.

Please let me know. I checked and somehow missed your message.

---John


Yep, just the oval-shaped, metal "rings" that retain the lenses. Mine are pretty heavily pitted. Thanks John!
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Posted 2011-09-02 5:47 PM (#287341 - in reply to #287325)
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big m - 2011-09-02 1:20 PM

soiouz - 2011-09-02 8:55 AM

John, I sent you a PM many days ago about '59 Plymouth taillight bezels, but didn't get an answer. Did you get my Pm? Thanks!


Hi David,

Do you need just the lens retaining bezels? If so, I have a decent non-cracked or pitted set.

Please let me know. I checked and somehow missed your message.

---John


Yep, just the oval-shaped, metal "rings" that retain the lenses. Mine are pretty heavily pitted. Thanks John!


I do have a good pair of them, with extremely minimal pits. The price is $50 for the set.
Please let me know if you are interested, John
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Posted 2011-09-02 6:17 PM (#287352 - in reply to #287341)
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big m - 2011-09-02 5:47 PM

soiouz - 2011-09-02 12:51 PM

big m - 2011-09-02 1:20 PM

soiouz - 2011-09-02 8:55 AM

John, I sent you a PM many days ago about '59 Plymouth taillight bezels, but didn't get an answer. Did you get my Pm? Thanks!


Hi David,

Do you need just the lens retaining bezels? If so, I have a decent non-cracked or pitted set.

Please let me know. I checked and somehow missed your message.

---John


Yep, just the oval-shaped, metal "rings" that retain the lenses. Mine are pretty heavily pitted. Thanks John!


I do have a good pair of them, with extremely minimal pits. The price is $50 for the set.
Please let me know if you are interested, John


Sold! Let me know how much with shipping to my place. I'm sending you a PM. Thanks John!

Edited by soiouz 2011-09-02 6:18 PM
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Posted 2011-09-08 10:17 PM (#288112 - in reply to #34526)
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I received my fan switch today for my Plymouth. Thanks a bunch, John.
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Posted 2011-10-19 9:05 PM (#293248 - in reply to #288112)
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Hey John,

Wondered if you have a nice hood and trunk lid for a 61 dodge pioneer and what shipping would be to 46186 indiana.

Thanks, John
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Posted 2011-10-20 2:56 PM (#293323 - in reply to #293248)
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Hey John,

Wondered if you have a nice hood and trunk lid for a 61 dodge pioneer and what shipping would be to 46186 indiana.

Thanks, John


I have a nice, straight, rustfree hood, but no decklid for the Dart series. The hood runs $250 plus $120 shipping.

Please let me know if you are interested, but I will be out for a week after today.

---John
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Posted 2011-10-25 11:53 PM (#293994 - in reply to #34526)
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I'm looking for some parts for my 1956 Dodge Sierra Wagon.

Rear quarter panel spear above bumper (same as Coronet)

2 “Sierra” quarter panel scripts

1 “Suburban” quarter script

Passenger side rear bumperette

License plate brackets front & rear

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Posted 2011-10-26 6:40 AM (#294014 - in reply to #293994)
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hi
I dont have the parts you want. However, please be aware of my 56 dodge coronet sedan for sale, in case you encounter someone looking for a car of similar styling.
1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.


I can send pictures upon request.
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soiouz
Posted 2011-11-06 7:06 PM (#295218 - in reply to #34526)
Subject: RE: Parting over 40 FL cars



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Hey John, would you happen to have sportone trim mouldings for a 1958 Savoy in your yard? I'm asking for a friend restoring one, and he does not have the side mouldings.
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big m
Posted 2011-11-07 3:06 PM (#295315 - in reply to #34526)
Subject: Re: Parting over 40 FL cars



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