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macedon
Posted 2019-04-03 8:14 PM (#580363)
Subject: Orlando Auto Museum



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Several FL listed for sale. No prices... guess you have to call

https://www.orlandoautomuseum.com/sales/vehicles/2324/1959-dodge-cus...




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imopar380
Posted 2019-04-04 7:13 PM (#580391 - in reply to #580363)
Subject: Re: Orlando Auto Museum



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I'd lay a bet on this custom Royal being Canadian built.
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lozrox58
Posted 2019-04-05 12:53 AM (#580400 - in reply to #580363)
Subject: Re: Orlando Auto Museum



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Didn't the Canadian Dodges use Plymouth bodies?
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-04-05 1:26 AM (#580401 - in reply to #580400)
Subject: Re: Orlando Auto Museum



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lozrox58 - 2019-04-04 9:53 PM

Didn't the Canadian Dodges use Plymouth bodies?


Sometimes but not always, e.g. Canadian Dodge Visconts, Regents and Mayfairs were Plymouths from the cowl back but the Canadian Custom Royals were based on the American Dodge Custom Royals but probably with Plymouth engines. Experts will correct me, as needed.























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imopar380
Posted 2019-04-07 9:40 PM (#580512 - in reply to #580401)
Subject: Re: Orlando Auto Museum



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The reason I think it's Canadian is the presence of a Mylar insert on the door panel, see photo below. The US built 59 CR had cloth matching the seat inserts in that area, the Canadian models had silver Mylar.



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