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big m
Posted 2007-04-30 1:13 PM (#81524 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jason, i checked the cars I have with interchangeable windshields, and unfortunately, all are either cracked or missing. ---John
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Posted 2007-04-30 3:56 PM (#81536 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

Got that 413 starter from you and never thought to ask you about another piece of the puzzle I need. I'm also in need of a pushbutton cable for a '60 plymouth with a powerflite 2 speed.
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big m
Posted 2007-05-01 5:09 PM (#81635 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Don, both of the '60 Plymouths here are equipped with Torqueflite transmissions. I am not sure of the interchangeability between the two shift cables. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-02 9:32 AM (#81692 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks John, I'm not sure either so I will look into it. What would be the price for a TF cable just to get an idea?
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Posted 2007-05-02 7:24 PM (#81758 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks for looking John
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Posted 2007-05-03 5:45 PM (#81841 - in reply to #34526)
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do you have the 58 plymouth drivers side fender still?i also need any side trim for a belvedere 4 door,grille,dash mirror,blinker switch with handle.
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big m
Posted 2007-05-04 1:40 PM (#81897 - in reply to #34526)
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I do still have the left front fender I had described. Also, which side moldings are you needing? I should be able to come up with most of the other parts as well. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-04 3:59 PM (#81910 - in reply to #34526)
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i only need the fender and mirror for now.how much would that cost?please send a pm


thanks
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Posted 2007-05-05 5:04 PM (#81976 - in reply to #34526)
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hey big m ,I am also looking for a 57 or 58 plymouth wiring harness.do you have that?
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Posted 2007-05-05 7:53 PM (#81991 - in reply to #34526)
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John,, 59 Chrysler Windsor, Rear lights Lenses,,, Real Nice Condition , Not sure if Saratoga etc are the Same,, If you have any , Can you PM me ,, Thanks..

Waiting for Confirmation on the condition of the ones fitted, But are said to be Slightly Cracky / Hazy
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Posted 2007-05-07 4:15 PM (#82154 - in reply to #81692)
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Tuxedo - 2007-05-02 6:32 AM

Thanks John, I'm not sure either so I will look into it. What would be the price for a TF cable just to get an idea?


The price for the torqueflite cable would be 65.00 for a good one. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-18 2:27 PM (#83380 - in reply to #34526)
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Do you have gas tank straps for a 1955 Chrysler Windsor?
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Posted 2007-05-18 8:35 PM (#83425 - in reply to #34526)
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Stan, I'm pretty sure that I can help you on those. I'll PM you back after I check. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-27 6:11 AM (#84333 - in reply to #34526)
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do you have any brake drums for a 59 chrysler???
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Posted 2007-05-28 12:48 PM (#84443 - in reply to #84333)
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plymouhfan - 2007-05-27 3:11 AM

do you have any brake drums for a 59 chrysler???


Are you needing front or rear drums for your Chrysler? ---John
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Posted 2007-05-28 4:28 PM (#84459 - in reply to #34526)
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i need all 4 i think...
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Posted 2007-05-28 5:48 PM (#84460 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

Im looking for a piece of trim for the 59 coronet, drivers side. I have the larger piece that goes over the wheel opening, but not this corner piece that ties into the brow molding. Can you help?

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my58dodge
Posted 2007-05-28 10:14 PM (#84477 - in reply to #84443)
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John --

Would you have a rubber(?) trunk mat for a 1958 Dodge? Would 1957 and 1959 be the same?

Also, are there side panels of some kind inside the trunks of 1957-59 Dodges, and might you have them if there are?

Thank you, Chris



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big m
Posted 2007-05-29 4:14 PM (#84527 - in reply to #84460)
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Bart_59_Dodge - 2007-05-28 2:48 PM

Hi John,

Im looking for a piece of trim for the 59 coronet, drivers side. I have the larger piece that goes over the wheel opening, but not this corner piece that ties into the brow molding. Can you help?

Thanks,
Bart


Hi Bart, I loooked at the two '59 Dodges I have, and neither are equipped with wheel opening moldings, and therefore do not use the trim piece you are looking for. If something turns up in the near future, I will be sure to let you know. ---John
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big m
Posted 2007-05-29 4:41 PM (#84530 - in reply to #84477)
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my58dodge - 2007-05-28 7:14 PM

John --

Would you have a rubber(?) trunk mat for a 1958 Dodge? Would 1957 and 1959 be the same?

Also, are there side panels of some kind inside the trunks of 1957-59 Dodges, and might you have them if there are?

Thank you, Chris


Hi Chris, that mat will be a tough one to find. Although repros are available for Plymouths, none are yet available for the Dodge. Out here in the west, the soft trim tends to dry out and get quite brittle with the heat and low humidity. It may be possible to find one that is still supple in an eastern car, however. The side panels are a cardboard-type material, possibly being reproduced by Gary Goers, Andy Bernbaum, or another vendor. Used ones are seldom good due to leaking trunks. ---John
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Posted 2007-05-29 8:15 PM (#84558 - in reply to #84530)
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John -- Thanks very much. I'll check with Goers, Bernbaum, etc., for the inserts and look here back east for a decent mat. Thanks again, much appreciated. Chris
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Posted 2007-05-30 3:56 PM (#84635 - in reply to #34526)
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John... Do you have 1 maybe a Pair Rear Brake Drums for a 59 Dodge Coronet,,, They are 11" X 2"... I know some had 2 1/2" wide But are the 2".. If you have some in Very Good Condition, As i cannot find anyone Local to have them Turned, Can you PM the Price.... I am thinking you could bring them with you to Tulsa and i can send them home to UK in the Chrysler So i save on Shipping Costs.........
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Posted 2007-05-30 5:21 PM (#84642 - in reply to #34526)
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did you have any drums john???
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big m
Posted 2007-05-30 8:35 PM (#84672 - in reply to #34526)
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I sent you a PM, but maybe you didn't get the notice. I do have a full set of drums, the price for these [if found to be in good condition when removed] is 85.00 each. Please e-mail me if you are interested, and I will get them checked out. ---John
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Posted 2007-06-03 4:17 PM (#84973 - in reply to #84672)
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JOHN.......... Check your PM Inbox,, Any problems please PM or Email me, I am leaving Sunday Morning for the USA though...
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Posted 2007-06-05 9:04 PM (#85194 - in reply to #84973)
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John,

What if anything is left on the 2 59's. Im looking for all the higher end trim and options. got anything left?
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big m
Posted 2007-06-06 12:27 PM (#85239 - in reply to #34526)
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Bart, both of these '59's are plain-Jane Coronet 4-door sedans. Neither one is equipped with much in the way of optional equipment. If something should turn up, I will keep you in mind. ---John
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Posted 2007-06-07 7:44 PM (#85362 - in reply to #34526)
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John, do you have quarters panels for a 59 chrysler saratoga ? I need the lower section from about 2 inches in front of the wheelhouse to the rear of the car on both sides.---Ken
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Posted 2007-06-07 10:13 PM (#85386 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M-
Looking for 2 rear license plate lights with lenses for a 1956 New Yorker....got any left?
TIA, James
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Posted 2007-06-08 2:54 PM (#85461 - in reply to #85362)
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kena - 2007-06-07 4:44 PM

John, do you have quarters panels for a 59 chrysler saratoga ? I need the lower section from about 2 inches in front of the wheelhouse to the rear of the car on both sides.---Ken


Hi Ken, I have a 4-door sedan that has decent quarters, just a few rust bubbles behind the wheel openings. These can be used to repair a 2-door car, although if your car is rusty in front of the wheels, the 4-door quarters will not help due to the door doglegs. I will be getting a '59 2-door hardtop when I get back from Tulsa, I have not seen the car yet, so I do not know the condition of the body. ---John
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Posted 2007-06-08 2:57 PM (#85462 - in reply to #85386)
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Tritone - 2007-06-07 7:13 PM

Hi Big M-
Looking for 2 rear license plate lights with lenses for a 1956 New Yorker....got any left?
TIA, James
tritone@rockisland.com


Hi James, I have several sets of the license plate lights, all the lenses have some hazing due to age. 10.00 is the price for each light. Please let me know if you are interested. I will be heading to Tulsa, so it will be a couple weeks before I can get back to you. ---John
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Posted 2007-07-15 7:09 PM (#89979 - in reply to #34526)
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Do you have any '62-'64 Imperials? I'm looking for a transmission (727 Torqueflite) cross member to use in my Desoto.
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Posted 2007-07-16 11:10 AM (#90045 - in reply to #34526)
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Geoff, Will a '59-60 Imperial crossmember work? I have several of those, but none from '62- '63. The basic body shell is the same for quite a few years. If you think an earlier one will fit your needs, please let me know. ---John
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Posted 2007-07-16 4:49 PM (#90102 - in reply to #90045)
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Thanks for the response.

I have a 727 Torqueflite want to run in my car.  Basically, I want it to look like it came from the factory just like in the 62-66 Imps. 

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Posted 2007-07-22 10:02 PM (#90739 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey Big M Im looking for the little pices of crome that conect the top of the fins crome to the top of the tail lights.
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big m
Posted 2007-07-23 12:22 PM (#90777 - in reply to #34526)
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Is your Plymouth a '57 or a '58? There is a difference in the fin cap moldings. I have plenty for the '57's, but none for the '58's. ---John
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Posted 2007-07-25 2:59 AM (#90963 - in reply to #90777)
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Hello Big!
Have you L/H door mouldings in "good" conditions (litle dings no problems) to my Windsor 1959 conv. I have this two moulding but they was in very poor and after work and polish they are not perfect. So let me know.
Thanks
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Posted 2007-07-25 12:04 PM (#90989 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Joakim, I have two '59 Saratoga's here, a four door sedan, and a 2-door hardtop [missing it's side moldings], so I won't be able to help you at this time. ---John
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Posted 2007-07-25 4:47 PM (#91010 - in reply to #34526)
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OK thanks for the answer.
For a freind (Forward lookers here) He is looking after a rear bumber ( the big crome parts ho going side to side rear) to his Saratoga 59. maby you have it? or you will sell a complited bumbers? I will call him abouth your parts car.
I will send you a wish list at more parts I need,
Thanks and have nice day

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Posted 2007-07-26 11:46 AM (#91104 - in reply to #34526)
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Howdy Joakim, the rear bumper is in good condition with no rust or pitting. The chrome has quite a bit of light scratches, and a small dent in the left side. If your friend would like, I can send a picture of it to him. ---John
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Posted 2007-07-29 7:14 PM (#91487 - in reply to #91104)
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John, I emailed you regarding a Stromberg 2bbl for my '56 Dodge.
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Posted 2007-07-30 8:06 PM (#91581 - in reply to #91487)
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jsrail - 2007-07-29 4:14 PM

John, I emailed you regarding a Stromberg 2bbl for my '56 Dodge.


Hi Jay, I've got one, and sent you an e-mail regarding it. ---John
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Posted 2007-08-01 3:30 PM (#91759 - in reply to #91581)
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What would the odds be of finding rear chrome fin tops for a 55 royal lancer? I know they didn't come on my trim level but really like the way they look?
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Posted 2007-08-01 8:41 PM (#91800 - in reply to #34526)
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Casey, I'd say that the odds are pretty darn good! I sent you a PM regarding them. ---John
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Posted 2007-08-04 3:37 AM (#92046 - in reply to #91800)
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hi big m moparl from nz i have afriend with a 1971 plymouth scamp 2 door h/top he is after several parts for it do you have or know of any of these plymouths being parted out
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ps i have photos on my email site just cant figure out how to transfer to this site
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Posted 2007-08-04 1:44 PM (#92072 - in reply to #92046)
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Howdy, Alan, I do have a Scamp out here for parts. Have your friend send me an e-mail with his needs, and I can check. I will be away for about a week, however. ---John
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Posted 2007-08-07 6:17 AM (#92371 - in reply to #92072)
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thanks big m i have sent your address to him
why do they call you big M
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Posted 2007-08-07 6:58 PM (#92459 - in reply to #81394)
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Hi I was wondering if you have the cabel for the clock in a 57 belv and the little tips of the tail lights at the very top for a 58 belv.Thanks
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Posted 2007-08-18 8:18 AM (#93588 - in reply to #34526)
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Just saw your add/email,I'm looking for a 4bbl manifold and carb for the 331 Chrysler Poly motor (56 Chrysler Windsor)
Thanx in advance
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Posted 2007-08-26 12:33 AM (#94405 - in reply to #34526)
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Big M- Have you any cars (ply-dodge) with overdrive? I need (or would like) the cables, brake and speedometer, and wiring harness/switch ect. I do not need the OD trans as I have one - maybe later on as a spare for future project. I plan to put it into my 1952 Ply. Also plan to install an OD in my '42 Ply.

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