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luedi
Posted 2013-07-03 4:13 PM (#384150 - in reply to #383992)
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Hi John
it´s out a of 1960 Plymouth wich build in early 1959
maybe they have used the old axles
because nothing from 1960 fits
we have tested with new brakecylinders
the 59 fits the 60 not
thanks Jan

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Steppinout
Posted 2013-07-03 8:48 PM (#384191 - in reply to #34526)
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John, any chance you have a good windshield for a 1955 Plymouth 4 door sedan.
Thanks, John
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big m
Posted 2013-07-05 8:36 PM (#384481 - in reply to #384191)
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Steppinout - 2013-07-03 5:48 PM

John, any chance you have a good windshield for a 1955 Plymouth 4 door sedan.
Thanks, John


Looks like I struck out on this, as all are either gone, or cracked.

---John
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Myke
Posted 2013-07-16 11:42 PM (#386184 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey Mr Fowlie Got Any Generators For The '58 That Work Good? Thanks!
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big m
Posted 2013-07-17 12:02 PM (#386236 - in reply to #386184)
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Myke - 2013-07-16 8:42 PM

Hey Mr Fowlie Got Any Generators For The '58 That Work Good? Thanks!


I probably do, let me motor one to check it, and I'll let you know.

---John
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Myke
Posted 2013-07-17 1:04 PM (#386244 - in reply to #386236)
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Posted 2013-07-19 1:33 PM (#386542 - in reply to #34526)
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John, Any chance you have a real nice drivers side rear gravel guard for a 57 Plymouth? My passenger side has no screw holes on the visible surface, only where it wraps under the quarter. Thanks
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big m
Posted 2013-07-22 8:34 PM (#387088 - in reply to #34526)
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Looks like I do have a good one, Bob. No scrapes or extra holes drilled.

Please PM me if you still need it.

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squigly1965
Posted 2013-07-22 9:21 PM (#387099 - in reply to #34526)
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hey John.

Wondering if you have a passenger side front fender for 1960 Plymouth Savoy.
I would probably pick it up as the shipping cost would mostly likely kill me. plus I'm just down in Modesto so not too bad of a drive

thanks
Chris
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big m
Posted 2013-07-24 6:42 PM (#387531 - in reply to #387099)
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squigly1965 - 2013-07-22 6:21 PM

hey John.

Wondering if you have a passenger side front fender for 1960 Plymouth Savoy.
I would probably pick it up as the shipping cost would mostly likely kill me. plus I'm just down in Modesto so not too bad of a drive

thanks
Chris


Hi Chris,
I do have a good, rust free right front fender available. Please PM me if you'd like to come up and get it.

---John
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big m
Posted 2013-07-31 12:37 PM (#388627 - in reply to #34526)
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Just got in a '57 Belvedere 4-door HT and a '58 Belvedere 4-door sedan for parts.



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henricthornsund
Posted 2013-08-06 5:18 PM (#389969 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi, John! Wondering if you have a reverse light assembly including the glass for a 58 Plymouth. Also looking for the amps and oil indicator for the cluster. Thanks, Henric
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big m
Posted 2013-08-06 7:07 PM (#390001 - in reply to #389969)
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henricthornsund - 2013-08-06 2:18 PM

Hi, John! Wondering if you have a reverse light assembly including the glass for a 58 Plymouth. Also looking for the amps and oil indicator for the cluster. Thanks, Henric


I'll check on those, Henric, and let you know.

---John
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Plybel59
Posted 2013-08-06 7:34 PM (#390005 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

I was wondering how the floors are in the 58 4 door sedan? I'm needing a nice set for the front and rear both sides for 59 Ply.


Mark.
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big m
Posted 2013-08-07 12:47 PM (#390137 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Mark,
I believe I have an entire good floor in a '59 I recently decided to part out. I will get back to you next week, as I am leaving for Reno today.

---John
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henricthornsund
Posted 2013-08-07 5:15 PM (#390190 - in reply to #390137)
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John, when you are looking for the parts, please also check if you have a good cluster glass also. Thanks
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soiouz
Posted 2013-08-08 2:55 PM (#390342 - in reply to #34526)
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John, any good DeLuxe 1958 Plymouth steering wheel lying around? Black and white. I don't need the horn ring, just the wheel itself. Thanks!
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soiouz
Posted 2013-08-09 10:03 AM (#390501 - in reply to #390342)
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soiouz - 2013-08-08 2:55 PM

John, any good DeLuxe 1958 Plymouth steering wheel lying around? Black and white. I don't need the horn ring, just the wheel itself. Thanks!




Nevermind, I unexpectedly found one right here in Quebec.
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firedome
Posted 2013-08-15 9:24 AM (#391391 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John - it's a bit out of the FL field, but I need a huge part... a Neutral push button for a '64 Dodge 440 w/ 318/TF ... mine is missing! Almost not worth your effort, I know, but I can't seem to find one!
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Plybel59
Posted 2013-08-19 5:26 PM (#392317 - in reply to #34526)
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Did John ever get back from Reno? I haven't heard back from him.
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big m
Posted 2013-08-23 8:34 PM (#393112 - in reply to #392317)
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Plybel59 - 2013-08-19 2:26 PM

Did John ever get back from Reno? I haven't heard back from him.


I did check out the '59 floorboards, and they look quite solid. Please drop me an e-mail, I'll get some photos off to you.

---John
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plym69
Posted 2013-08-26 3:40 PM (#393486 - in reply to #34526)
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Looking to upgrade my 61 Fury project from manual steering to power. New to FL Mopars and am not sure what other models will interchange, do you have anything? Don't need the pump, but from what I know I'll need at least the gearbox and column.

Thanks --Robert
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big m
Posted 2013-08-26 8:19 PM (#393516 - in reply to #393486)
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plym69 - 2013-08-26 12:40 PM

Looking to upgrade my 61 Fury project from manual steering to power. New to FL Mopars and am not sure what other models will interchange, do you have anything? Don't need the pump, but from what I know I'll need at least the gearbox and column.

Thanks --Robert


I will need to know which engine your car has, in order to check for the correct lower drive pulley.

---John
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plym69
Posted 2013-08-27 10:53 PM (#393829 - in reply to #393516)
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Thanks for the reply. It now has a six but I'm planning on an engine swap to a third generation Hemi.
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Posted 2013-09-17 1:55 PM (#398192 - in reply to #34526)
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big m
Posted 2013-09-17 2:24 PM (#398198 - in reply to #398192)
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57Desotodome - 2013-09-17 10:55 AM

Where are you Big M ?


I just arrived back from New York, I'll get back to you in just a little bit.

---John
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finny7
Posted 2013-09-30 3:13 AM (#400509 - in reply to #388627)
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Posted 2013-10-08 9:45 PM (#402285 - in reply to #34526)
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John Do you have the drivers door lower stainless trim for a 57 Ply Belvedere 2 door HT? John
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big m
Posted 2013-10-10 3:10 PM (#402709 - in reply to #402285)
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Coronet 58 - 2013-10-08 6:45 PM

John Do you have the drivers door lower stainless trim for a 57 Ply Belvedere 2 door HT? John


Got it!

PM sent.

---John
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finman
Posted 2013-10-12 4:33 PM (#403131 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John, looking for a drivers side vent window assembly. 57-59 hardtop. Thanks.
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big m
Posted 2013-10-15 1:05 PM (#403740 - in reply to #403131)
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finman - 2013-10-12 1:33 PM

Hey John, looking for a drivers side vent window assembly. 57-59 hardtop. Thanks.


Could you let me know the particulars on your car, as there were two different wing window assemblies used in these years.

Thanks, John
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finman
Posted 2013-10-17 5:31 AM (#404143 - in reply to #403740)
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. Its a 1958 Dodge Royal hardtop. 325cid, no power steering or brakes. Hope this helps. Thanks
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Posted 2013-10-26 11:48 AM (#406218 - in reply to #34526)
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John, I need a passenger side front parking / turn signal light housing for a 57 Saratoga. I have a new lens, so if thats broken its OK. Thanks, Mike
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grubin
Posted 2013-10-27 5:50 AM (#406381 - in reply to #34526)
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John by any chance do you still have any 55 chryslers I am in need of one or two front wheel grease caps Please let me know any 2 doors too Thanks Gary
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big m
Posted 2013-10-29 2:48 PM (#407030 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Gary,
I have some dust caps, but they are all pretty beat up from being installed with a hammer. Can these not be found new?

---John
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Posted 2013-10-30 10:11 AM (#407192 - in reply to #53589)
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I see you got a 58 dodge sedan in and was wondering if the front seat is identical to one for my firesweep conv. Mine has a power seat in it which was not original to it and my guess would need work to get it working again. Also looking for a frame to which I can add the conv. bracing to. It would be nice if the frame had a good floor and trunk bottom but that seems to be asking too much. I keep thinking of getting a parts car for it but all the 2 doors I find with a good floor and frame are very restorable and $$$ and I would hate to chop up. a good car. keep an eye out for me. Garry
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big m
Posted 2013-10-31 11:47 AM (#407476 - in reply to #34526)
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Garry,
The '58 Dodge I picked up awhile back is a 4-door sedan, so the seat would not work for your car. The frame is in good condition, and the floors are quite nice. I brought this car in from the desert, although the trunk floor has some rust out as the decklid was bumped, and allowed water to get in. The floors from a 4-door sedan will work in your convertible, with some minor changes.

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Posted 2013-10-31 3:01 PM (#407572 - in reply to #34526)
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Senor Juan!
I would appreciate it if you could keep an eye out for a nice '60 Plymouth wagon tailgate for me.
Muchos gracias!

Also, you might need to monitor Austin's burrito intake; his golden fins' leafs may not take much more strain!!

Pedro
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Posted 2013-10-31 4:51 PM (#407606 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2013-11-01 1:40 AM (#407730 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi
Do you got the center piece / emblem for a deluxe steering Wheel Desoto 1961 or a complete wheel
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big m
Posted 2013-11-01 12:05 PM (#407805 - in reply to #407572)
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SavoyPlaza - 2013-10-31 12:01 PM

Senor Juan!
I would appreciate it if you could keep an eye out for a nice '60 Plymouth wagon tailgate for me.
Muchos gracias!

Also, you might need to monitor Austin's burrito intake; his golden fins' leafs may not take much more strain!!

Pedro


I don't currently have a good one, Pete, but you'll be the first to know should one turn up!!

---John
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Simeon57
Posted 2013-11-03 11:12 AM (#408173 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello John i heard you used to chop up ford Mercurys back in the day do you have any 59 Mercurys laying around im in need of some parts for my Monarch but Monterey and Parklanes will work too im really looking for the plastic center chrome piece on the middle of the tail lens. And im also searching for the crown fender ornaments but those are only found on Monarchs from 1959
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big m
Posted 2013-11-03 1:02 PM (#408193 - in reply to #408173)
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Simeon57 - 2013-11-03 8:12 AM

Hello John i heard you used to chop up ford Mercurys back in the day do you have any 59 Mercurys laying around im in need of some parts for my Monarch but Monterey and Parklanes will work too im really looking for the plastic center chrome piece on the middle of the tail lens. And im also searching for the crown fender ornaments but those are only found on Monarchs from 1959


I have a full set of '60 Monarch trim, but never had a '59 here. I still have three Park Lanes and about six assorted other models, but the taillight pieces you need are long gone.

Thanks for the inquiry, regardless.

---John
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Posted 2013-11-04 10:18 AM (#408383 - in reply to #406218)
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John, I assumed by the lack of response that you don't have one of these and started looking elsewhere, and believe it or not, I found one! If you are still looking you can call off the dogs!!
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Posted 2013-11-04 1:50 PM (#408429 - in reply to #408193)
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Posted 2013-11-08 7:05 AM (#409214 - in reply to #407030)
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Hey John If you have the dust covers for the 55 I can use two I havent had much luck finding them at the proper size and i would rather get some from a 55 then guess Please email me at grubin648@yahoo.com and I will take one or two if you have them Ill just fix them as best I can Thanks Gary
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furymitch
Posted 2013-11-25 3:47 PM (#412891 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey Big M,
Do you have a '59 Plymouth front fender (passenger side)???? Desperately need one.
Look forward to your reply. Mitch
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big m
Posted 2013-11-25 8:16 PM (#412973 - in reply to #412891)
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furymitch - 2013-11-25 12:47 PM

Hey Big M,
Do you have a '59 Plymouth front fender (passenger side)???? Desperately need one.
Look forward to your reply. Mitch


Let me check, and I'll let you know tomorrow.

---John
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big m
Posted 2013-11-26 8:20 PM (#413173 - in reply to #412891)
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furymitch - 2013-11-25 12:47 PM

Hey Big M,
Do you have a '59 Plymouth front fender (passenger side)???? Desperately need one.
Look forward to your reply. Mitch


PM sent. Have a nice rust and dent free one available.

---John
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Posted 2013-11-29 3:14 AM (#413588 - in reply to #388627)
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Hey, John-
Got my stuff- it exceeds your description and I'm quite happy with my purchase and your help & service. Thank you, Sir!
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