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big m
Posted 2013-11-29 11:38 AM (#413621 - in reply to #413588)
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finny7 - 2013-11-29 12:14 AM

Hey, John-
Got my stuff- it exceeds your description and I'm quite happy with my purchase and your help & service. Thank you, Sir!
tom


Thanks for letting me know, Tom, glad you are happy with the parts!!

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henricthornsund
Posted 2013-11-29 3:28 PM (#413657 - in reply to #413621)
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Hi John. I am working on the floors in my 58 plymouth. Would it be possible to obtain the rear pans from you?
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Posted 2013-11-30 12:17 PM (#413791 - in reply to #413657)
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henricthornsund - 2013-11-29 12:28 PM

Hi John. I am working on the floors in my 58 plymouth. Would it be possible to obtain the rear pans from you?


I believe I have a good set, let me check and get back to you.

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soiouz
Posted 2013-12-03 5:01 PM (#414200 - in reply to #34526)
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John, I know these are in demand, but would you have a pair of vent windows for my car (equivalent to a 1958 Plymouth two door hardtop)? I would need the frames if they are not pitted and good weatherstriping. I don't need the glass itself, really just the frames and rubber. Thanks for letting me know!
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Posted 2013-12-04 2:03 PM (#414333 - in reply to #414200)
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soiouz - 2013-12-04 11:01 AM

John, I know these are in demand, but would you have a pair of vent windows for my car (equivalent to a 1958 Plymouth two door hardtop)? I would need the frames if they are not pitted and good weatherstriping. I don't need the glass itself, really just the frames and rubber. Thanks for letting me know!


Does anyone on here know if the convertibles vents are the same as above?
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Posted 2013-12-04 5:10 PM (#414373 - in reply to #414333)
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henricthornsund - 2013-12-04 2:03 PM

soiouz - 2013-12-04 11:01 AM

John, I know these are in demand, but would you have a pair of vent windows for my car (equivalent to a 1958 Plymouth two door hardtop)? I would need the frames if they are not pitted and good weatherstriping. I don't need the glass itself, really just the frames and rubber. Thanks for letting me know!


Does anyone on here know if the convertibles vents are the same as above?


Convertible vent windows are different than what I'm looking for (1957-58 Plymouth hardtop).
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roblun
Posted 2013-12-26 1:55 AM (#418465 - in reply to #414373)
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Hi John, would you have a Jiffy bag for a 1958 Plymouth Belvedere

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silvertonguedevil
Posted 2013-12-29 11:11 PM (#419202 - in reply to #34526)
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Got anything for a '55 Coronet 2 door hardtop? I'll put together a list if you do.
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Posted 2013-12-30 12:47 PM (#419280 - in reply to #419202)
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silvertonguedevil - 2013-12-29 8:11 PM

Got anything for a '55 Coronet 2 door hardtop? I'll put together a list if you do.


I have six or seven '55's here, let me know what you need, and I'll gladly check for you.

---John
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Posted 2013-12-30 2:06 PM (#419296 - in reply to #34526)
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Awesome. I'll put a list together today.
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Posted 2013-12-30 6:09 PM (#419342 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John, I sent you a PM
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big m
Posted 2013-12-30 8:11 PM (#419363 - in reply to #34526)
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Got it! Thanks!

I'll check on the list, and should get back to you tomorrow on what I have.

---John
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Posted 2013-12-30 9:46 PM (#419374 - in reply to #34526)
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Ok. Thank you.
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Posted 2014-01-05 3:54 PM (#420460 - in reply to #34526)
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Do you have a swivel seat setup available?
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Posted 2014-01-21 9:29 AM (#423185 - in reply to #34526)
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I need the following for a 1956 Windsor 2dr http. Door belt line moulding 1621315, 250 badge for power pack, "Chrysler" fender script, 2dome lens, good windshield.
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big m
Posted 2014-01-24 12:52 PM (#423780 - in reply to #34526)
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Just picked up a large quantity of '57-8 Plymouth moldings, and lots of '58 fenders.

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Posted 2014-01-24 10:36 PM (#423865 - in reply to #34526)
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Posted 2014-01-25 2:27 AM (#423884 - in reply to #423865)
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Hello Big M
I need molding trims for Fury 59 4 dr for front and rear fenders and all doors, can you post photos and tell me price
Do you have carburetor for Dodge 59 engine flathead 6
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big m
Posted 2014-01-27 2:16 PM (#424342 - in reply to #423884)
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bshopov - 2014-01-24 11:27 PM

Hello Big M
I need molding trims for Fury 59 4 dr for front and rear fenders and all doors, can you post photos and tell me price
Do you have carburetor for Dodge 59 engine flathead 6


I've located most, but not all the trim so far. I will send you an e-mail shortly.

---John
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bshopov
Posted 2014-01-28 5:56 AM (#424457 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello Big M
I need carburetor for Plymouth flathed 6 engine, do you have good carburetor, I think that maybe carburetor for Dodge 59 flathead 6 engine is the same - how do you think? If you have a good carburetor for Dodge 59 flathed 6 engine I can get it.
What happens with the torsions - can you tell me when they arrive at me.
Thank you
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big m
Posted 2014-02-02 1:12 PM (#425502 - in reply to #424457)
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bshopov - 2014-01-28 2:56 AM

Hello Big M
I need carburetor for Plymouth flathed 6 engine, do you have good carburetor, I think that maybe carburetor for Dodge 59 flathead 6 engine is the same - how do you think? If you have a good carburetor for Dodge 59 flathed 6 engine I can get it.
What happens with the torsions - can you tell me when they arrive at me.
Thank you


Hi Bogdan,
Your torsion bars were sent out last week by air mail. They should arrive shortly.

I have a complete rebuildable carburetor for a six-cylinder Plymouth, the price would be $45 plus shipping for it.

---John
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bshopov
Posted 2014-02-02 3:33 PM (#425527 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M
O.k. Do you have a good air filter housing for Flathed 6 Plymouth engine? Please tell me the price. Also I need water radiator and push buttons for Plymouth 59, glass for front left door, brake pedal for car with automatic transmissions
What happened with molding trims for all doors and all fenders?

P.s Do you have good headlights for Dodge 59, and rings for them?
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bshopov
Posted 2014-02-02 3:44 PM (#425528 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M
On the photos below you can see my needs of Dodge 59 except headlight.
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Posted 2014-02-02 3:45 PM (#425529 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M
On the photos below you can see my needs of Dodge 59 except headlight.




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bshopov
Posted 2014-02-03 10:01 AM (#425636 - in reply to #425502)
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Hi big M
What must rebuild to this carburator which you sell.
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big m
Posted 2014-02-13 4:32 PM (#427211 - in reply to #34526)
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Bogdan-
It was nice speaking to you earlier. I have sent a number of photos to you, and also found a 2-barrel 6-cylinder Dodge carburetor that is complete. Please check your e-mails.
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Posted 2014-02-15 12:30 PM (#427445 - in reply to #427211)
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Hey Mr Fowlie! I Was Wondering How Much Set (2) Of Front Brake Springs Would set me Back. Thanks!
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bshopov
Posted 2014-02-16 11:35 AM (#427569 - in reply to #427445)
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Hello Big M
I just receive torsion bars, Thank you very much. I'll expect your offer about other details that I need, please send me photo of Dodge 59 carburetor - I want to see it.
Thank you
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Brushwolf
Posted 2014-03-14 1:35 PM (#431216 - in reply to #34526)
Subject: RE: Parting over 40 FL cars - 57 Dodge


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Hi John,

1957 Dodge CRL 2 door hardtop stainless fin trim moldings (both inner and outer sides of fin - 4 pieces?) and the passenger side wide grooved stainless quarter molding for same?

I now have 6 of the pot metal pieces for front of quarters (4 are correct for a 57; 2 are off a 58..) and two pairs of the inverted V castings around tail lights (one each of 57 and 58). Fortuitously picked up perfect left side wide stainless molding locally last year, but haven't seen right side offered anywhere yet.

Had a couple fin trim prospects, but one decided to keep the 57 trim on his 58 car (mine is opposite, has 58 trim with it, but is 57 car), and the other guy with a 57 but doesn't remember exactly which parts he has, so I have been waiting for him to at least measure them to get some idea.

Got my rear bumper from you a couple years ago, which is a pretty nice piece so thought I would check in again on the (4)? fin trim stainless pieces and that wide grooved passenger side quarter moldings to see if you have them.

Thanks, Mike H
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big m
Posted 2014-03-14 6:57 PM (#431249 - in reply to #431216)
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Brushwolf - 2014-03-14 10:35 AM

Hi John,

1957 Dodge CRL 2 door hardtop stainless fin trim moldings (both inner and outer sides of fin - 4 pieces?) and the passenger side wide grooved stainless quarter molding for same?

I now have 6 of the pot metal pieces for front of quarters (4 are correct for a 57; 2 are off a 58..) and two pairs of the inverted V castings around tail lights (one each of 57 and 58). Fortuitously picked up perfect left side wide stainless molding locally last year, but haven't seen right side offered anywhere yet.

Had a couple fin trim prospects, but one decided to keep the 57 trim on his 58 car (mine is opposite, has 58 trim with it, but is 57 car), and the other guy with a 57 but doesn't remember exactly which parts he has, so I have been waiting for him to at least measure them to get some idea.

Got my rear bumper from you a couple years ago, which is a pretty nice piece so thought I would check in again on the (4)? fin trim stainless pieces and that wide grooved passenger side quarter moldings to see if you have them.

Thanks, Mike H


Hi Mike,
I do have all four of the moldings for a 2-door HT, but not the grooved special CRL one.

Call me at [530] 473-2225 or a-mail me for further info.

Thanks, John
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Posted 2014-03-14 9:31 PM (#431263 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, I am looking for a right rear wheel lip molding for a 60 DeSoto, 60-61 Chrysler and DeSoto is the same part. If you can help me with anything I would appeciate your help. Thanks, Cory (crossram@qwestoffice.net) 801-671-1536
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Posted 2014-03-14 9:31 PM (#431264 - in reply to #431249)
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Posted 2014-03-14 10:17 PM (#431273 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, I am in desperate need for a pair of rear armrest panels with ashtrays for a 2 door 57 Chrysler/Desoto Hardtop.

Any help would be appreciated!

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big m
Posted 2014-03-15 12:02 PM (#431315 - in reply to #431273)
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360val - 2014-03-14 7:17 PM

Hi John, I am in desperate need for a pair of rear armrest panels with ashtrays for a 2 door 57 Chrysler/Desoto Hardtop.

Any help would be appreciated!

Matt


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

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Posted 2014-03-15 11:55 PM (#431385 - in reply to #431315)
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Hi John, Do you have a powerflite dipstick for a 57 Plymouth

Cheers Norm
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big m
Posted 2014-03-17 4:34 PM (#431662 - in reply to #431385)
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Hi John, Do you have a powerflite dipstick for a 57 Plymouth

Cheers Norm


Hi Norm,
I do have a good dipstick available.

---John
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Posted 2014-03-18 2:56 PM (#431838 - in reply to #431662)
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Thanks John, Ill pm you for cost plus shipping. Also do you have a good power brake vacuum tank for a 57

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Posted 2014-04-24 8:52 PM (#437668 - in reply to #34526)
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Do you have the following for a 1961 plymouth fury2drht?.
Front armrests (drivers and passenger side) the vynol is cracked and the rear passenger side only has the base
Passenger rear arm rest
Dash pad with no cracks3
Aero Wheel


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Posted 2014-05-08 8:41 AM (#439907 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John! Received the Deluxe wheel .

Thanks again !
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imfinlay
Posted 2014-05-10 10:24 AM (#440159 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

do you have the heater control valve mounting plate for a 57 Plymouth? The one on the engine side of the firewall. Like this.. Also, the foam block? Or a picture so I can make one!



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big m
Posted 2014-05-12 4:31 PM (#440487 - in reply to #34526)
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Sue do, Ian.

Figure $15 plus postage.

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Posted 2014-05-12 4:40 PM (#440489 - in reply to #34526)
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Fantastic! Can you put it aside for me? I'm away from home for a couple of days, and just want to check if I need anything else when I'm back. I think I also need a trim piece that's on the dash at the left side, where the headlamp switch mounts if you have one. Mine's pretty dented.
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Posted 2014-05-12 10:16 PM (#440551 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

Would you happen to have an oil pan, for a 57-58 354 or 392. Mid sump. Mine rusted out...
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Posted 2014-05-18 11:30 AM (#441339 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John - I emailed you about a couple of other parts I need. Did you get it? Just wanted to check...

Ian
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Posted 2014-05-24 2:29 PM (#442141 - in reply to #34526)
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Has anyone heard from John? Is he OK?
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Posted 2014-05-27 8:58 PM (#442566 - in reply to #388627)
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big m - 2013-07-31 11:37 AM

Just got in a '57 Belvedere 4-door HT and a '58 Belvedere 4-door sedan for parts.


Is this red-orange car a runner? Marc.
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big m
Posted 2014-05-29 12:00 PM (#442837 - in reply to #441339)
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imfinlay - 2014-05-18 8:30 AM

Hi John - I emailed you about a couple of other parts I need. Did you get it? Just wanted to check...

Ian


Hi Ian,
I had been out gathering a few cars. Could you resend the mail, as I can't seem to find it?

Thanks, John
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Posted 2014-05-29 12:03 PM (#442838 - in reply to #34526)
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Sure - I'll email my address etc., but the parts list is now:


The heater valve mounting plate and fixings
Dash trim piece on the far left - where the headlamp switch mounts
An "R" pushbutton for a 3-speed auto
A turn signal lever - mine's OK but the chrome is scabby!
Grub screw for a dashboard control knob

Thanks,

Ian

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big m
Posted 2014-05-29 4:32 PM (#442875 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll check on these items, and let you know!

---John
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Posted 2014-05-30 12:06 AM (#442958 - in reply to #34526)
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how about a right 58 headlight bezel? and the grill V? with the base.

58 Plymouth on trunk and side mirrors

oh and a 58 rear panel(the one the bumper sits right behind)... ack

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