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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / Newbie from KC MO
« on: December 06, 2013, 08:47:19 AM »
yes . . . . welcome!


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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / New Member - 56' Plymouth Owner
« on: December 02, 2013, 10:35:08 AM »
And I will get a few more pics up in the coming days.


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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / New Member - 56' Plymouth Owner
« on: December 02, 2013, 10:34:20 AM »
Thanks all. And the Dodge is staying as original as I can keep it so no hemi heads for this one. If it was a lower model car or wasn't as "optioned" as it is, then I would be VERY tempted. The car has power front windows, two way power seat, and power brakes. I do have a power steering set-up out of a 56 Plymouth that my eventually find its way onto the dodge.


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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / New Member - 56' Plymouth Owner
« on: November 26, 2013, 11:44:43 AM »
My wife and I added another car to our Forward Look family: A 1956 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer. The car is well optioned with power brakes, power front windows, power seat, and front bumper guards. I think it was restored 10 - 15 years ago.





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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / New Owner of a 1956 Belvedere
« on: January 08, 2013, 01:06:20 PM »
What he said. ^ ^

I can help with some parts too . . . . didn't mention the 56' Plymouth Savoy Parts car that I have (4 Door Flathead 6 w/Power Steering) because I have only been on this forum for a day and I didn't want to come off as a parts salesman. Plus, I'm still figuring out what I will need and haven't cleared out the rat poo to take inventory. . . .

Dave


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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / New Owner of a 1956 Belvedere
« on: January 08, 2013, 11:15:41 AM »
Very cool car. I'm the other "56 Belvedere" guy Thrashingcows is referring to. I have done a ton of research on these cars over the last year+ and can point you in the right direction for a lot of parts and information. I can also take pictures if you need any references for your rebuild.

Dave


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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / New Member - 56' Plymouth Owner
« on: January 08, 2013, 09:51:39 AM »
Thanks everyone. Right now my plans are to build an early 60's High School Hot Rod. Body will be all stock with new chrome, a driver quality paint job, and new rubber. I will redo the interior, but I will probably go generic on the fabric. SMS is just to damn expensive and the lead times are much to long.

I have already rebuilt the entire front suspension and steering, but will be adding an ECI front disc brake kit.

The original 277 Poly/Powerflite will be replaced with a 1963 318 Poly/Loadflite out of a truck that will probably go into the machine shop in a couple of months. I may stroke the engine with a 360 crank, but I haven't decided. I also have an Edelbrock P600 3x2 manifold that I will install. Finally, I am going to update the drive line with a late 60's 8 3/4 B-Body rear end.

Dave




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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / New Member - 56' Plymouth Owner
« on: January 07, 2013, 12:53:17 PM »
Hello all. I am the owner of a 56 Plymouth Belvedere and will be restoring/modding the car over the coming months.

Here is the car:


And I have a Parts car that looks like this (let me know if you need anything):



I am just a knowledge hound and any information I can pick up is greatly appreciated. I will also share and help where I can.










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