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MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / 62 New Yorker is Home aka plucked chicken
« on: September 09, 2010, 06:58:05 AM »
ok i have one out of a 64 New Yorker out the back door also a couple 62s so let me know what you need.

MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / 62 New Yorker is Home aka plucked chicken
« on: September 08, 2010, 09:51:54 AM »
i have that tansmission mount form that Imperial we can send it out soon or wait to see what else you need after Bob gets there.

General Tech- - BRAKES / 41 plymouth brakes
« on: June 23, 2010, 02:43:44 PM »
second time i have heard this i actually sold a guy a junker drum just to cut windows in. His was a 1936 Plymouth. He called back a week later super happy with it. i am runnin really low on 41 plymouth drums and sold the last one turned for $175 plus shipping.

Tech- -BODY / '69 Monaco Windshield
« on: June 16, 2010, 10:58:22 AM »
That is a relativly easy to find glass Hollander shows: Chrysler 69-73 4 dr. sdn & Wagon, Dodge Pass. 69-73 Polara and Monaco 4dr sdn and wagon, Imperial 4dr sdn (crown), Plymouth 69-73 Fury 4 dr sdn & wagon. We get $300 for a good winshield but shipping is a killer to you it ends up being around $175 on windshields like that. If there is a big demand for derby cars in your area i would check with some of the derby guys they might save you one instead of smashing it out with a hammer.

Tech- - FUEL / Vented Gas Cap
« on: June 16, 2010, 10:29:13 AM »
Funny story we got a newer car in that the owner just couldnt figure out what was wrong. Had lost his gas cap and driven with it open for a while, but finaly decided to put an old cap he had lying around on the car. then it wouldnt run right and it would die he changed fuel filter and pump but still couldnt get it to go. turns out it was a non vented cap so my brother got a good running car cheap.

He wants you to put a pink frost tint on the windows for him while its there to.

My dad always talks about both of his 1969 M code 440 cudas as cars he wishes he had never sold expecially that cheap. Also more recently his 1955 Imperial coupe.

General Tech- - BRAKES / HELP disk brakes old Plymouth
« on: June 11, 2010, 05:54:05 AM »
Thats a lot closer to the other kit i first found. we will be workin on our cars soon i have 2 projects of my own now my Grandpa gave me his old 24 Dodge brothers touring and i have my hot rod plymouth coupe. i will start postin pics and details in the correct area soon.  

Thanks guys

Hey Steve they just started a new Chinese buffet here. Don't tell snotty but they had a few huge trays of shrimp. I will show you in August.

General Tech / Spray on Chrome...
« on: June 10, 2010, 11:07:40 AM »

Tech- - Engine / Radiator Questions
« on: June 10, 2010, 06:01:52 AM »
My experience is that aluminum cools better. We had a lot of problems with our forklift over heating and replaced the copper radiator with an aluminum one from the local speed shop. We had to make a few brackets and fenagle some hoses, but have had no over heating problems since. Same experience with my dodge dakota.

General Tech- - BRAKES / HELP disk brakes old Plymouth
« on: June 09, 2010, 05:20:32 PM »
wow thats a lot more than plydo wanted their kit was $199.00 with out the rotors. this looks like far better quality to me though. i may just use a Pacer front stub in mine and let my dad get a kit for his.

General Tech- - BRAKES / HELP disk brakes old Plymouth
« on: June 09, 2010, 02:21:08 PM »
I know most of you guys are into the newer bigger cars but, i thought i would give it a try. A couple of years ago i found Plydo for older restoration and rod parts for Plymouths and Dodges (mainly 30's and 40's) and they had an almost bolt on conversion kit to put disk brakes on my 41 plymouth. I thought i would wait until i was ready for them to buy it, and that wasnt  a good idea. The original owner died a while back (heart attack at a car show) and the son was going to take over, but no one can get a hold of him. Now for the question both me and my Dad (his is a 40 dodge) are getting ready to really get these cars done enough waiting but we both wanted to get these kits and were wondering if any one knew of another source for them?

That lower bumper section is pretty beat up right down the middle. i dont know what it ran over but it must have been big its pushed up and back about an inch in a 2 1/2 foot section.

General Tech / Headlamp polishing
« on: June 09, 2010, 07:00:36 AM »
i use a product called blue magic it was cheap and i have only had to sand 1 pair of headlights. Most come out fine with no sanding.

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