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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-05-01 11:23 PM (#562650)
Subject: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

Transmission cooler - bolts onto water pump housing - $20
Water pump & housing - $50 (had listed before, local sale fell through, craigslist buyer never showed)
Carburetor - 4 barrel - for parts (pretty corroded after sitting many years without air cleaner) - $20 (The tag is on it if you want the number)
Generator - spins freely, most likely needs a rebuild - $40
Power Steering pump - mates to back of generator, spins freely and pumps fluid when driven with drill - $40
Will combine generator and starter for $60

1960 PowerFlite transmission - From my 1960 Plymouth, worked when pulled, but should be gone through. Off road many years, seals are hard and were leaking. Parking brake not included - $75

1957 392 Hemi 172 tooth torque converter - mistakenly ordered and installed behind my 1956 354 Hemi, which created a gear pitch mismatch. Torque converter is good, ring gear is bad. Maybe 20 hours of run time on TC. Fatsco will give me $100 as-is for a core, they charge $600 for a good TC. Asking $150 (ring gear can be replaced)

1957 or 1958 392 Hemi starter for 172 tooth ring gear. This is a factory Chrysler unit that looks like it was rebuilt and put on a shelf for a long time. I have hooked it up to a battery to make sure it works, which is does. No solenoid present to engage the pinion to the ring. Factory data plate is missing though. $75

1955 or earlier 6 volt starter - For parts, both mounting ears are broken off the "snout". I believe there is a break in the winding as the starter turns but very weak. For 146 tooth ring gear. Chrysler part number 1473218, Auto-Liter part number MCH-6206, serial number 113153042 - $20

PowerMaster XS Torque Starter 9531 - For 1957 or 1958 392 Hemi with 172 tooth ring gear. New in box, these are $290 online, I'll sell for $175

Thanks for looking
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mikes2nd
Posted 2018-05-02 12:58 AM (#562653 - in reply to #562650)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts


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ill take the starter
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-05-02 10:13 PM (#562708 - in reply to #562650)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Sent you a PM Mike.
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-05-04 10:52 AM (#562790 - in reply to #562708)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Posts: 1343
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Location: Muskego, WI
All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

UPDATED 5/4/2018

Transmission cooler - bolts onto water pump housing - $20
Water pump & housing - $50 (had listed before, local sale fell through, craigslist buyer never showed)
Carburetor - 4 barrel - for parts (pretty corroded after sitting many years without air cleaner) - $20 (The tag is on it if you want the number)
Generator - spins freely, most likely needs a rebuild - $40
Power Steering pump - mates to back of generator, spins freely and pumps fluid when driven with drill - $40
Will combine generator and starter for $60

1960 PowerFlite transmission - From my 1960 Plymouth, worked when pulled, but should be gone through. Off road many years, seals are hard and were leaking. Parking brake not included - $75

1957 or 1958 392 Hemi starter for 172 tooth ring gear. This is a factory Chrysler unit that looks like it was rebuilt and put on a shelf for a long time. I have hooked it up to a battery to make sure it works, which is does. No solenoid present to engage the pinion to the ring. Factory data plate is missing. $75

1955 or earlier 6 volt starter - For parts, both mounting ears are broken off the "snout". I believe there is a break in the winding as the starter turns but very weak. For 146 tooth ring gear. Chrysler part number 1473218, Auto-Liter part number MCH-6206, serial number 113153042 - $20
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-05-15 11:01 PM (#563487 - in reply to #562790)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Posts: 1343
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Location: Muskego, WI
All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

UPDATED 5/15/2018

Transmission cooler - bolts onto water pump housing - $20
Water pump & housing - $50 (had listed before, local sale fell through, craigslist buyer never showed)
Generator - spins freely, most likely needs a rebuild - $40
Power Steering pump - mates to back of generator, spins freely and pumps fluid when driven with drill - $40
Will combine generator and starter for $60

1960 PowerFlite transmission - From my 1960 Plymouth, worked when pulled, but should be gone through. Off road many years, seals are hard and were leaking. Parking brake not included - $50

1956 rear differential - 8.75" diameter ring gear, not interchangeable with 1957 and later Mopar 8.75 rear axles. 3.36 gear ratio, part of ring gear is pitted. Came out of a running, driving car several years ago and the pitting wasn't an issue. - $50

1956 rear axle shafts - stock for 1956 Imperial - $50 for the pair
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-06-22 8:43 PM (#565464 - in reply to #563487)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Posts: 1343
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Location: Muskego, WI
All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

UPDATED 6/22/2018

Transmission cooler - bolts onto water pump housing - $20
Water pump & housing - $50 (had listed before, local sale fell through, craigslist buyer never showed)
Carburetor - 4 barrel - for parts (pretty corroded after sitting many years without air cleaner) - FREE, just pay shipping (The tag is on it if you want the number)
Generator - spins freely, most likely needs a rebuild - $40
Power Steering pump - mates to back of generator, spins freely and pumps fluid when driven with drill - $40
Will combine generator and steering pump for $60

1960 PowerFlite transmission - From my 1960 Plymouth, worked when pulled, but should be gone through. Off road many years, seals are hard and were leaking. Parking brake not included - $50

1957 or 1958 392 Hemi starter for 172 tooth ring gear. This is a factory Chrysler unit that looks like it was rebuilt and put on a shelf for a long time. I have hooked it up to a battery to make sure it works, which is does. No solenoid present to engage the pinion to the ring. Factory data plate is missing. $75

1955 or earlier 6 volt starter - For parts, both mounting ears are broken off the "snout". I believe there is a break in the winding as the starter turns but very weak. For 146 tooth ring gear. Chrysler part number 1473218, Auto-Liter part number MCH-6206, serial number 113153042 - FREE, just pay shipping

Driveshaft, from 1960 Plymouth Belvedere with 318 V8 and PowerFlite. Will need a new ball and trunnion boot. $50
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-07-16 1:10 PM (#566679 - in reply to #565464)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Posts: 1343
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Location: Muskego, WI
All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

UPDATED 7/16/2018

Transmission cooler - bolts onto water pump housing - $20
Water pump & housing - $50 (had listed before, local sale fell through, craigslist buyer never showed)
Generator - spins freely, most likely needs a rebuild - $40
Power Steering pump - mates to back of generator, spins freely and pumps fluid when driven with drill - $40
(Will combine generator and steering pump for $60)

Starter for 172 tooth ring gear, 1957 or 1958. This is a factory Chrysler unit that looks like it was rebuilt and put on a shelf for a long time. I have hooked it up to a battery to make sure it works, which is does. No solenoid present to engage the pinion to the ring. Factory data plate is missing. $75

Driveshaft, from 1960 Plymouth Belvedere with 318 V8 and PowerFlite. Will need a new ball and trunnion boot. $50
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-07-26 10:06 AM (#567215 - in reply to #566679)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Posts: 1343
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Location: Muskego, WI
All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

UPDATED 7/26/2018

Transmission cooler - bolts onto water pump housing - $20
Water pump & housing - $50 (had listed before, local sale fell through, craigslist buyer never showed)
Generator - spins freely, most likely needs a rebuild - $40
Power Steering pump - mates to back of generator, spins freely and pumps fluid when driven with drill - $40
(Will combine generator and steering pump for $60)
Radiator - In good condition, but has slow drip leak where the lower radiator hose barb is attached to the tank. Will need to be brazed or soldered. All Imperial radiators were the high capacity air conditioning radiators - $100

Starter for 172 tooth ring gear, 1957 or 1958. This is a factory Chrysler unit that looks like it was rebuilt and put on a shelf for a long time. I have hooked it up to a battery to make sure it works, which is does. No solenoid present to engage the pinion to the ring. Factory data plate is missing. $75

Driveshaft, from 1960 Plymouth Belvedere with 318 V8 and PowerFlite. Will need a new ball and trunnion boot. $50

1956 rear differential - 8.75" diameter ring gear, not interchangeable with 1957 and later Mopar 8.75 rear axles. 3.36 gear ratio, part of ring gear is pitted. Came out of a running, driving car several years ago and the pitting wasn't an issue. - $50

1956 rear axle shafts - stock for 1956 Imperial - $50 for the pair

Edited by jboymechanic 2018-07-26 10:13 AM
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Powerflite
Posted 2018-07-26 3:03 PM (#567234 - in reply to #562650)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Jon, can you tell me what the differences are between the '56 Imperial 8 3/4 and the '57 version? Are the axle splines different? Is the mounting pattern for the gearset different? What is preventing you from swapping a newer gear set into a '56 8 3/4 rear? Thanks.
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-08-17 8:38 AM (#568560 - in reply to #562650)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Sorry Nathan, didn't see your question until today. I don't know all the differences, but the first thing I noticed was the bolt pattern that holds the diff to the axle housing is different. The spline count on the 1956 axles is 16, so there is another incompatibility. Finally, the yoke has an obsolete u-joint size and style.
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Powerflite
Posted 2018-08-17 9:57 AM (#568561 - in reply to #562650)
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Thanks for the great info!
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-08-17 10:20 AM (#568563 - in reply to #562650)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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I have two of these rear ends, one is still in my parts car. That one is a 3.06 (or 3.07?) gear set.
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-08-27 10:05 PM (#569126 - in reply to #568563)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Posts: 1343
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Location: Muskego, WI
All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

UPDATED 8/27/2018

Transmission cooler - bolts onto water pump housing - $20
Water pump & housing - $50 (had listed before, local sale fell through, craigslist buyer never showed)
Generator - spins freely, most likely needs a rebuild - $40
Power Steering pump - mates to back of generator, spins freely and pumps fluid when driven with drill - $40
(Will combine generator and steering pump for $60)
Radiator - In good condition, but has slow drip leak where the lower radiator hose barb is attached to the tank. Will need to be brazed or soldered. All Imperial radiators were the high capacity air conditioning radiators - $100

Starter for 172 tooth ring gear, 1957 or 1958. This is a factory Chrysler unit that looks like it was rebuilt and put on a shelf for a long time. I have hooked it up to a battery to make sure it works, which is does. No solenoid present to engage the pinion to the ring. Factory data plate is missing. $75

1956 rear differential - 8.75" diameter ring gear, not interchangeable with 1957 and later Mopar 8.75 rear axles. 3.36 gear ratio, part of ring gear is pitted. Came out of a running, driving car several years ago and the pitting wasn't an issue. - $50

1956 rear axle shafts - stock for 1956 Imperial - $50 for the pair

392 Hemi starter plate, 1.125 inches thick, number cast into part is 1736183. Some pitting and corrosion near starter mount, ugly but functional - $50

Bell housing, numbers cast into housing are 1559417 and CB24613, same as the housing in my 1956 Imperial with TorqueFlite. - $75

Make me an offer, all prices are OBO and do not include shipping. Just trying to clean up, not trying to make a living out of selling parts. Thanks.
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-10-18 9:04 AM (#571899 - in reply to #569126)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Posts: 1343
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Location: Muskego, WI
All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

UPDATED 10/18/2018

Radiator - In good condition, but has slow drip leak where the lower radiator hose barb is attached to the tank. Will need to be brazed or soldered. All Imperial radiators were the high capacity air conditioning radiators - $100

Starter for 172 tooth ring gear, 1957 or 1958. This is a factory Chrysler unit that looks like it was rebuilt and put on a shelf for a long time. I have hooked it up to a battery to make sure it works, which is does. No solenoid present to engage the pinion to the ring. Factory data plate is missing. $75

392 Hemi starter plate, 1.125 inches thick, number cast into part is 1736183. Some pitting and corrosion near starter mount, ugly but functional - $50

Bell housing, numbers cast into housing are 1559417 and CB24613, same as the housing in my 1956 Imperial with TorqueFlite. - $75

Make me an offer, all prices are OBO and do not include shipping. Just trying to clean up, not trying to make a living out of selling parts. Thanks.
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-10-30 10:06 AM (#572612 - in reply to #571899)
Subject: Re: 1956 Chrysler and Hemi parts



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Posts: 1343
100010010010025
Location: Muskego, WI
All parts are from my 1956 Imperial with 354 Hemi unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include shipping. Pictures available upon request. Send me a PM or email me at jboymechanic@yahoo.com

UPDATED 10/30/2018

Radiator - In good condition, but has slow drip leak where the lower radiator hose barb is attached to the tank. Will need to be brazed or soldered. All Imperial radiators were the high capacity air conditioning radiators - $100

392 Hemi starter plate, 1.125 inches thick, number cast into part is 1736183. Some pitting and corrosion near starter mount, ugly but functional - $50

Bell housing, numbers cast into housing are 1559417 and CB24613, same as the housing in my 1956 Imperial with TorqueFlite. - $50

Make me an offer, all prices are OBO and do not include shipping. Just trying to clean up, not trying to make a living out of selling parts. Thanks.
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