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Paul1957
Posted 2012-10-20 10:12 PM (#343916 - in reply to #34526)
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thanks john their for a friend of mine
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db300
Posted 2012-10-31 4:38 PM (#345207 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi there, looking for a trunk lock cylinder for a 1960 Chrysler. Mine doesn't have a key and it looks like I have to drill out the lock to get the trunk open...

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Posted 2012-10-31 7:20 PM (#345233 - in reply to #34526)
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Cant get into the trunk from the back seat?

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db300
Posted 2012-11-01 10:26 AM (#345315 - in reply to #34526)
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Nope....trunk full of stuff.
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big m
Posted 2012-11-03 11:52 AM (#345593 - in reply to #345207)
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db300 - 2012-10-31 1:38 PM

Hi there, looking for a trunk lock cylinder for a 1960 Chrysler. Mine doesn't have a key and it looks like I have to drill out the lock to get the trunk open...

Dave


Hi Dave,
I do have a good trunk lock cylinder available. I may have the key as well, but I will need to look for that.


---John
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db300
Posted 2012-11-03 1:07 PM (#345602 - in reply to #34526)
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John,

I would appreciate if you looked!

Thanks.
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big m
Posted 2012-11-29 12:28 PM (#348960 - in reply to #345602)
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db300 - 2012-11-03 10:07 AM

John,

I would appreciate if you looked!

Thanks.


No luck on the key, someone probably pocketed them along the way. I do still have the lock, which can be re-keyed at moderate cost.

---John
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big m
Posted 2012-11-29 12:39 PM (#348962 - in reply to #34526)
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Recent arrivals include-
'59 Chrysler hardtop
'58 Plymouth 4 and 2-door sedans
'57 Plymouth 2-door HT and 2 4-door sedans
'58 Dodge Coronet sedan
'61 Dodge sedan
'57 Imperial 4-door HT

Most of these are available for parts.

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rbmain
Posted 2012-11-29 12:59 PM (#348965 - in reply to #34526)
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Back in the day, locksmiths had large rings of the same key type cut in every possible code. (There really aren't that many combinations.) You then try each key until you find the one that works. Such are therefore called try keys. I have such a try key ring for the 60 Chrysler ignition/door locks. (But not the trunk.)

You really ought to explore going in through the backseat, unload the stuff bit by bit. Or, cut a 2" access hole just below the trunk lock, then you can push on the latch release tang and weld up the access hole after.
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55royal12
Posted 2012-11-29 9:37 PM (#349034 - in reply to #34526)
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am very interested in some smaller parts… I need the inside door and window handles, springs and hardware(I have the operating mechanisms) armrests, drivers side and passenger side. Wing Windows(good chrome, especially) rear bumper, and probably a trunk lid… I have a 1955, Royal two-door hardtop. Please let me know if you can help me with any of these items
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big m
Posted 2012-11-30 4:52 PM (#349165 - in reply to #349034)
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55royal12 - 2012-11-29 6:37 PM

am very interested in some smaller parts… I need the inside door and window handles, springs and hardware(I have the operating mechanisms) armrests, drivers side and passenger side. Wing Windows(good chrome, especially) rear bumper, and probably a trunk lid… I have a 1955, Royal two-door hardtop. Please let me know if you can help me with any of these items


Check your PM's. I have most of these in good condition.

---John
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mstrug
Posted 2012-12-11 9:15 AM (#350687 - in reply to #34526)
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Sending a pm John! marc
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squigly1965
Posted 2012-12-13 9:35 PM (#351124 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey john.

how about a heater core for a 1960 Savoy. Slant six if that makes a difference

Thanks,
Chris

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big m
Posted 2012-12-14 3:41 PM (#351207 - in reply to #351124)
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squigly1965 - 2012-12-13 6:35 PM

Hey john.

how about a heater core for a 1960 Savoy. Slant six if that makes a difference

Thanks,
Chris


Hi Chris,
I do have a good, pressure checked heater core available, please PM me for details.

---John
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ply57nz
Posted 2013-01-03 3:30 PM (#353757 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John
On any of those 57-58 2dr hardtops you have, do you have a good set of the cast pieces for the rear quarter window frames. The top chrome parts on mine are great but the cast pieces they bolt to are missing parts of the lip that hold the glass in.

Cheers Norm
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big m
Posted 2013-01-03 5:02 PM (#353771 - in reply to #353757)
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ply57nz - 2013-01-03 12:30 PM

Hi John
On any of those 57-58 2dr hardtops you have, do you have a good set of the cast pieces for the rear quarter window frames. The top chrome parts on mine are great but the cast pieces they bolt to are missing parts of the lip that hold the glass in.

Cheers Norm


I'll check and let you know!

---John
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ply57nz
Posted 2013-01-04 12:24 AM (#353816 - in reply to #353771)
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Appreciate that John Thanks
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big m
Posted 2013-01-04 4:18 PM (#353923 - in reply to #34526)
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Norm, please check your PB box. I found a good set.

---John
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1961plymouthfury
Posted 2013-01-08 1:42 PM (#354423 - in reply to #34526)
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Do you have a day/night rearview mirror on the '61 Belvedere you are parting out?
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big m
Posted 2013-01-08 8:08 PM (#354471 - in reply to #354423)
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1961plymouthfury - 2013-01-08 10:42 AM

Do you have a day/night rearview mirror on the '61 Belvedere you are parting out?


The '61's I checked all were equipped with the standard mirrors, and not the day/nite ones.

---John
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1961plymouthfury
Posted 2013-01-09 3:28 AM (#354517 - in reply to #354471)
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lebaron413
Posted 2013-01-10 10:05 PM (#354737 - in reply to #354471)
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Hi John; What do you have for a radio for a 58' Dodge coronet? Thanks, John(LeBaron)
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big m
Posted 2013-01-11 4:38 PM (#354810 - in reply to #354737)
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lebaron413 - 2013-01-10 7:05 PM

Hi John; What do you have for a radio for a 58' Dodge coronet? Thanks, John(LeBaron)


I do have a complete radio with a nice, not pitted faceplate. Please PM me for further details.

---John
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Kungfupanda
Posted 2013-01-15 8:08 PM (#355360 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello, do you have a good driver's side inner fender/battery shelf for a 1956 Dodge Lancer? Mine apparently had a corrosive leak in it's history. Thanks
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big m
Posted 2013-01-16 5:39 PM (#355491 - in reply to #355360)
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Kungfupanda - 2013-01-15 5:08 PM

Hello, do you have a good driver's side inner fender/battery shelf for a 1956 Dodge Lancer? Mine apparently had a corrosive leak in it's history. Thanks


Hi Mark,
I do have a good solid one available. Please check your PM's for details.

Thanks, John
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Coronet 58
Posted 2013-01-18 9:40 AM (#355689 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John Do you have any swivel seats for a 1959 plymouth? Thanks John
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big m
Posted 2013-01-18 5:19 PM (#355738 - in reply to #355689)
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Coronet 58 - 2013-01-18 6:40 AM

Hi John Do you have any swivel seats for a 1959 plymouth? Thanks John


Hi John,
Currently, I do not have anything that is close to complete. Thanks for the inquiry, however.

---John
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360val
Posted 2013-01-18 7:16 PM (#355750 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John
Just wondering if you got my email and picture regarding the 57 Saratoga trim?

Thanks Matt
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big m
Posted 2013-01-19 12:47 PM (#355852 - in reply to #355750)
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360val - 2013-01-18 4:16 PM

Hi John
Just wondering if you got my email and picture regarding the 57 Saratoga trim?

Thanks Matt


Yes I did, I'll check to see what pieces I do have.

---John
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big m
Posted 2013-01-22 12:58 PM (#356289 - in reply to #355360)
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Kungfupanda - 2013-01-15 5:08 PM

Hello, do you have a good driver's side inner fender/battery shelf for a 1956 Dodge Lancer? Mine apparently had a corrosive leak in it's history. Thanks


Please check your e-mail, Mark. I've sent you some photos.

---John
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grubin
Posted 2013-01-31 8:19 AM (#357572 - in reply to #34526)
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lookng for a pair of front door outside handles for my 55 st regis need to be in really nice condition Thanks
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Budman58
Posted 2013-02-01 7:10 AM (#357712 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, I am still looking for a shift delete plate for a 58 Coronet. Thanks
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big m
Posted 2013-02-01 8:29 PM (#357809 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Paul,

I do believe I have one, please send me an e-mail, I'll send a pic of it to you.

---John
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360val
Posted 2013-02-13 10:55 PM (#359925 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, just wondering if you have looked to see if you have any of the trim I am after for my 57 Saratoga?

Thanks Matt
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big m
Posted 2013-03-12 1:31 PM (#364338 - in reply to #34526)
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Several more '57 Dodges for parts,
Sierra wagon
Coronet 2-door sedan
Coronet 4-door HT
Custom Royal 4-door sedan [yet to pick up]
Please e-mail for needs.

---John
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uncltank
Posted 2013-03-25 2:52 PM (#366278 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, Looking for a heater delete plate for '57 Dodge.
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floyd066
Posted 2013-05-20 1:37 AM (#376103 - in reply to #34526)
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I'm looking for 2 of these on the rear behind the taillight assemblies. They are spot welded on. I hope that isn't a problem. It's for my 56 Windsor.



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big m
Posted 2013-05-20 5:00 PM (#376172 - in reply to #376103)
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floyd066 - 2013-05-19 10:37 PM

I'm looking for 2 of these on the rear behind the taillight assemblies. They are spot welded on. I hope that isn't a problem. It's for my 56 Windsor.


I'll take a look and let you know.

---John
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tjylla
Posted 2013-05-21 11:42 AM (#376306 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello im looking for a right fender to a 1960 chrysler windsor/newport .


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big m
Posted 2013-05-22 7:10 PM (#376587 - in reply to #376306)
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tjylla - 2013-05-21 8:42 AM

Hello im looking for a right fender to a 1960 chrysler windsor/newport .



I checked, but do not currently have a good fender for your Windsor.

---John
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big m
Posted 2013-05-22 7:11 PM (#376588 - in reply to #376103)
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floyd066 - 2013-05-19 10:37 PM

I'm looking for 2 of these on the rear behind the taillight assemblies. They are spot welded on. I hope that isn't a problem. It's for my 56 Windsor.


I do have those pieces I could remove from some quarter panels, they are good and solid.

Please call me at [530] 473-2225.

Thanks, John
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Plybel59
Posted 2013-06-17 7:38 PM (#381510 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John,

I am looking for a nice set of 59 Dodge three speed push buttons?

Thanks,

Mark H.
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58hrdtop
Posted 2013-06-17 9:07 PM (#381534 - in reply to #34526)
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Big M do you have a drivers side hardtop wing window frame? And how much is that gonna run? Thanks!
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Myke
Posted 2013-07-01 3:08 PM (#383803 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey Mr Fowlie! Do You Have A Working Radiator For A V8 For a 58 Plymmie?
Thanks!


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big m
Posted 2013-07-02 2:06 PM (#383960 - in reply to #383803)
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Myke - 2013-07-01 12:08 PM

Hey Mr Fowlie! Do You Have A Working Radiator For A V8 For a 58 Plymmie?
Thanks!


Myke,
I have some radiators, but no way to thoroughly test them, so I sell them as cores only. From experience, radiators this old will have build-up or a weakened core. Can you have yours rodded out or repaired? A new core installed runs about $500 at most Radiator shops.

---John
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luedi
Posted 2013-07-02 3:11 PM (#383969 - in reply to #383960)
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Hi John
we need a ratio (3.31-1 or longer) for a 8 1/4 rear end out of a 1959 slant 6 powered axle
need the ring and pinion
I could pick up the parts end of august
greetings Jan



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Myke
Posted 2013-07-02 3:36 PM (#383979 - in reply to #383960)
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Myke - 2013-07-01 12:08 PM

Hey Mr Fowlie! Do You Have A Working Radiator For A V8 For a 58 Plymmie?
Thanks!


Myke,
I have some radiators, but no way to thoroughly test them, so I sell them as cores only. From experience, radiators this old will have build-up or a weakened core. Can you have yours rodded out or repaired? A new core installed runs about $500 at most Radiator shops.

---John

Oh Ok, Yes I Took It To A Radiator Shop They Said It Was Leaking Badly , And That t Needed A Recore. They Quoted Me $500 But That Seemed Steep To Someone Whos Never Had To Do A Recore. So I Figured I See What You Had first.
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big m
Posted 2013-07-02 5:07 PM (#383992 - in reply to #383969)
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luedi - 2013-07-02 12:11 PM

Hi John
we need a ratio (3.31-1 or longer) for a 8 1/4 rear end out of a 1959 slant 6 powered axle
need the ring and pinion
I could pick up the parts end of august
greetings Jan


Are you sure the year of the unit is '59? Or was the slant six installed in place of the flathead six.

Let me know and I'll check.

---John
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big m
Posted 2013-07-02 5:09 PM (#383994 - in reply to #383979)
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Myke - 2013-07-02 12:36 PM

big m - 2013-07-02 2:06 PM

Myke - 2013-07-01 12:08 PM

Hey Mr Fowlie! Do You Have A Working Radiator For A V8 For a 58 Plymmie?
Thanks!


Myke,
I have some radiators, but no way to thoroughly test them, so I sell them as cores only. From experience, radiators this old will have build-up or a weakened core. Can you have yours rodded out or repaired? A new core installed runs about $500 at most Radiator shops.

---John

Oh Ok, Yes I Took It To A Radiator Shop They Said It Was Leaking Badly , And That t Needed A Recore. They Quoted Me $500 But That Seemed Steep To Someone Whos Never Had To Do A Recore. So I Figured I See What You Had first.


I would hate to sell you a used one, and then have overheating problems with it. Especially how hot it is this summer [Currently 112 degrees]

---John
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floyd066
Posted 2013-07-03 1:02 AM (#384072 - in reply to #34526)
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John, received the lower quarters yesterday and opened the box a couple of hours ago. Wow, what a package. Thanks for all the additional parts. I can't wait to clean up the parts I need. I will be in touch soon with more wants. John
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