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



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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

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: 1285
1000100100252525
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: 1285
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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: 1285
1000100100252525
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: 1285
1000100100252525
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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