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CustomRoyal
Posted 2008-03-18 11:40 AM (#120810 - in reply to #118754)
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Hi John
Would gladly buy the parts you found for me, haven't heard from you.
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big m
Posted 2008-03-18 12:38 PM (#120817 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jim, I've been playing a game of catch-up this last week around here. I'll give you a call later today. ---John
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Posted 2008-04-17 12:21 AM (#125901 - in reply to #34526)
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Hello. I am needing a back glass for 57, 58, or 59 Plymouth or Dodge 2-dr hard top, (PPG #B452 tinted). Can you help me? Jerry.
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big m
Posted 2008-04-18 1:20 PM (#126141 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jerry, I have a couple of these available, but both have scratches in the glass that you can fee with your fingernails. It would be still better than not having any glass at all. ---John
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Posted 2008-04-24 6:21 PM (#127061 - in reply to #34526)
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Not sure if i have Asked before, BUT , Do you have a Pair of Front Indicator / Park Light Lenses for my 59 Chrysler Windsor..Mine are Whole But have loads of Minor cracks and are Faded..

Thanks Clive
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big m
Posted 2008-04-24 8:07 PM (#127074 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll take a look for you Clive, but the heat here usually results in stress cracks in the plastic. ---John
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Posted 2008-10-22 10:18 AM (#149160 - in reply to #34526)
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I was looking for a pair of rear drums for my 1961 Chrysler Newport and Clive pointed me in your direction. Might you have something that will fit?
Thanks,

Adam
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Posted 2008-11-06 12:41 AM (#150910 - in reply to #149160)
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arieck - 2008-10-22 7:18 AM I was looking for a pair of rear drums for my 1961 Chrysler Newport and Clive pointed me in your direction. Might you have something that will fit? Thanks, Adam

Hi Adam, I'm pretty sure that I can help you, but I will not be back to the yard until about the 11th of November. [On vacation]

 Please send me a message at that time if you are still needing them, and I will be happy to check for you. ---John, Big M, using my wife's computer.

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Alex
Posted 2008-11-12 2:41 AM (#151620 - in reply to #150910)
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Hi, I posted a list of parts I am seeking for my 61' Newport 4dr sedan in the wanted parts section a while back and was wondering if you would be able to help out with any of them.

Thanks.

Alex.
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Posted 2008-11-12 8:45 AM (#151640 - in reply to #151620)
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Alex. I have a fairley complete 61 newport 4 door sedan for parts. Let me know what you are looking for. Maybe i can help
THANKS SMITTY
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Alex
Posted 2008-11-13 11:13 PM (#151859 - in reply to #151640)
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G'day Smitty,

The parts I am seeking are as follows:

Factory Air-con.
Rear window defogger.
Rear radio speakers.
Rear license plate frame.
Sill moulding (rockers).
Stone shields.
Rear bumper guards.
Chrome drip rail moulding.

All of the above and more were optional extra's for the Newport.
At present the Ozzy dollar is down so depending on the price I might have to hold off till it gets back up otherwise I'd be paying double the cost.

Thanks.

Regards,

Alex.
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pgregston
Posted 2008-12-08 9:36 PM (#154803 - in reply to #34526)
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m seeking 55 Chrysler taillight lens, front and rear plastic crests, trunk fender lining panels.
Thanks
Patrick
pgregston at cox dot net
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big m
Posted 2008-12-15 2:33 PM (#155554 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Patrick,

I have just two '55 Chryslers here, and both were missing what you are needing. The one car still retains its hood medallion, although the plastic is stress cracked and crazed from the sun. ---John
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Chrysleri
Posted 2009-01-05 1:21 PM (#157881 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M.

Do you have parts for '62 Chrysler. I need upper trim for windshield + those trim clips for upper trims (windshield+rear glass)
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big m
Posted 2009-01-05 5:43 PM (#157911 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Sami, I have several '62 Chrysler 2-door hardtops here for parts. I know for certain that I have the upper windshield molding in nice condition. Figure $40 plus shipping [this includes it's clips. Please let me know if you are interested, John
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Pluckedchicken
Posted 2009-01-05 10:36 PM (#157952 - in reply to #157911)
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Speaking of '62s...

do you have the chrome "spear" that goes over the driver side wheel well/black plastic piece?

I'll take the vertical piece as well if you have a decent one...

I live in Omaha, Ne



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big m
Posted 2009-01-06 4:39 PM (#158025 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bob, I have both the upper [as marked] and lower trim piece. The verticle piece is actually a part of the parking light assembly, I do not believe it's separate. The upper piece is not cracked and the mounting pins are intact, but it does have light pitting on it's surface. The price for this piece would be $30.00. Please let me kinow if you are interested, John
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Pluckedchicken
Posted 2009-01-06 4:47 PM (#158026 - in reply to #158025)
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Sounds good.. can you PM me with how to pay you.. credit card? paypal?

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big m
Posted 2009-01-06 5:35 PM (#158028 - in reply to #34526)
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Bob, I sent you a PM.

---John
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Pluckedchicken
Posted 2009-01-06 6:50 PM (#158043 - in reply to #158028)
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sent you money and a PM
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big m
Posted 2009-01-09 7:56 PM (#158384 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks, Bob, your trim piece is on it's way to you. ---John
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big m
Posted 2009-01-09 8:08 PM (#158386 - in reply to #34526)
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Recent acquisitions to yard inventory include.......

Plymouth-
2-57 Plaza 4-door sedans
1-57 Plaza 2-door sedan
1-57 Belvedere 4-door sedan
2-58 Savoy 4-door sedans
1-58 Suburban wagon
1-59 Suburban wagon
2-59 Sport Suburban wagons

Dodge-
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1-57 Dodge Sierra wagon

DeSoto-
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Chrysler-
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1- 56 Windsor 4-door sedan
1-57 Windsor 4-door sedan
1-57 New Yorker 2-door hardtop
1-59 Saratoga 2-door hardtop
1-59 Imperial 2-door hardtop
1- 61 Newport 4-door sedan
1- 61 Newport 4-door hardtop

Most of these cars are now available for parts, although several will be sold complete for project cars. ---John
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Xea
Posted 2009-01-09 8:53 PM (#158392 - in reply to #158386)
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John, did you ever find all the trim peices for your wagon? Pretty rare if I recall.
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Alex
Posted 2009-01-10 3:10 AM (#158407 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi big m, I am after radio speakers and grills, rear window deffogger and other items for a 61 Newport sedan. How complete is yours?
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Posted 2009-01-10 3:31 AM (#158409 - in reply to #158392)
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John, I'm looking for some decent trim pieces for my 55 Custom Royal Lancer.
Do you have the center crome in the front and the right rear quarter stone deflector (the same was used also on 56 Coronets).
I guess it's almost impossible to find a decent plastic insert for the front or rear V moulding but at least I have to ask.



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Posted 2009-01-10 4:24 PM (#158454 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey Thord, George Laurie IS REPOPPING the two badges for the '55. He has made two for my '55, along with the domelites lenses. He emailed me yesterday to say that they are being shipped. He also has the fromt turn signal lenses and the tail light and backup light lenses repopped. They are not inexpensive, but considering that Mother Mopar ain't selling any anymore, they are relatively cheap!

Is turn about fair play?

Walt(an old man)
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Posted 2009-01-11 10:36 AM (#158524 - in reply to #34526)
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Manson
Posted 2009-01-12 1:31 PM (#158657 - in reply to #34526)
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Big M- I'm in need of a salvageable steering wheel for a '55 Desoto. I'd even take a wheel from a different year/make that would fit the desoto column- I'd love to have a square Chrysler or Plymouth wheel but I know those can be pricey. Thanks!
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big m
Posted 2009-01-12 6:12 PM (#158687 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Jason, I looked at the DeSoto wheels I have, and all are cracked terribly. I had about the same luck with the similar vintage Chryslers I checked. I may have one of the lower line Plymouth wheels that is respectable, if you like, I'll check it out for you. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-13 3:35 AM (#158749 - in reply to #158687)
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John!

Do you have a Power seat for -57 Chrysler? I will visit you in the beginning of Februari.

Jorgen
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Posted 2009-01-13 9:19 AM (#158761 - in reply to #158687)
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big m - 2009-01-12 6:12 PM

Hi Jason, I looked at the DeSoto wheels I have, and all are cracked terribly. I had about the same luck with the similar vintage Chryslers I checked. I may have one of the lower line Plymouth wheels that is respectable, if you like, I'll check it out for you. ---John


John, I appreciate you looking. While the mid '50s Plymouth wheels will fit the column, they don't have the 'dish' that the Desoto/Chrysler wheels have. I thought about running the wheel off of my '56 Plymouth but it's relatively flat and would set the outer rim of the steering wheel almost 3" forward of where the stock Desoto wheel is now.

The wheel on my car has pretty much disintegrated to nothing more than the steel ring and inner structure, so at this point anything would be better than nothing, and I have no problem with trying to repair a cracked wheel. If it's not too much trouble, would you mind snapping a picture of the best wheel(s) that you have and email them to me? My email is hotrodplymouth56@yahoo.com. Take your time- I'm in no huge rush. I'd prefer a '55 or '56 Desoto wheel but at this point I'll work with whatever I can get my hands on.

Thanks,
-Jason
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big m
Posted 2009-01-13 2:43 PM (#158801 - in reply to #34526)
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The '55 wheels I have are also down to the steel core, although the plastic handgrips remain. It doesn't seem like you would be gaining much with these. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-13 3:37 PM (#158809 - in reply to #34526)
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John- I appreciate you taking the time to look. I'll keep you in mind and let you know if I need anything else.
Thanks again. -Jason
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Posted 2009-01-21 5:40 AM (#159790 - in reply to #34526)
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I need a vacuum switch modul to the heater switch (no AC) for my 59 saratoga
do you have that??

thanks stian
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Posted 2009-01-30 2:07 PM (#161104 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Stian, I checked both of the '59's I have, and the plastic backing with the vacuum nipples have become distorted on each. I can realistically bet that these cannot be made to work. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-30 3:10 PM (#161110 - in reply to #34526)
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Bit late arriving - 1960 Darts do you have any junior cars in stock - I'm a Seneca
I may also be looking for bits for a 61 Pioneer

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big m
Posted 2009-01-30 4:42 PM (#161127 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Andy, I have a '60 Seneca wagon that someone has added a 383 magnum to, as well as a Pioneer 2-door hardtop that was made into a parade car.

Also have 1 '61 Polara sedan, and several Pioneers, all 4-door sedans. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-30 6:28 PM (#161137 - in reply to #34526)
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john do you have any 60 dart front fenders left and rear quarter stainless for a 4 door
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big m
Posted 2009-01-30 8:20 PM (#161170 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Chuck, I have one rust-free right front fender, there is a light dent just behind the headlight area on the side, but not major.

I don't currently have any 4-door sedans or hardtops, but I'm hoping to pick one up from a local farmer if a deal can be struck. ---John
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Posted 2009-01-31 8:01 AM (#161211 - in reply to #34526)
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John , sent you an email--------------------------------------------Thanks------------------------------------------later
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Posted 2009-02-02 8:03 AM (#161388 - in reply to #34526)
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Chopper John
Posted 2009-02-04 4:06 PM (#161756 - in reply to #34526)
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Howdy -would you happen to have ANY lenses and the chrome piece that separates the lenses for a 57 Windsor Town & Country wagon? Thanks.



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big m
Posted 2009-02-04 8:46 PM (#161830 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll check to see if I have those parts.

I had a similar wagon here about ten years ago, so I still may have those parts. ---John
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Chopper John
Posted 2009-02-07 3:28 PM (#162148 - in reply to #161830)
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Hey John, and while you're lookin' - could you see if you have one of those chrome & rubber tailgate bumpers? The metal on one of mine is cracked - probably broken by some bratty kid jumping on the open tailgate 40-50 years ago.
Also, you probably already know, the taillights have two lenses (a red lens and a clear lens) and no chrome dividing piece. That chrome I was talkin' about is vacuum-plated onto the clear piece.
Thanks.
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big m
Posted 2009-02-09 2:20 PM (#162303 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John,

I didn't have any luck on the taillight assemblies, I must have sold them some time ago.

I do have the tailgate 'bumpers', the rubber on these is good, and the potmetal is not pitted. These are $25 each. Please let me know if you are interested,John
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Chopper John
Posted 2009-02-09 3:40 PM (#162321 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks for checking on the tail lights, John.
The chrome/rubber bumpers - I'll take both of them. Please PM me with your address, and if you have any of the items below also.
Do you also have the left-hand side chrome bumper extension? It's the metal piece with the oval face mounted on the bumper that sort of looks like a bumper guard. You can see the entire right one in my pic above, but only the top of the left one.
I also need a front passenger door glass in Solex - I understand that is the same as any four-door sedan.
Thanks.

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big m
Posted 2009-02-10 1:31 PM (#162453 - in reply to #34526)
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John, check your PM's. ---John
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big m
Posted 2009-04-24 2:47 PM (#171726 - in reply to #34526)
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Just arrived for parts- Two '56 Imperial 4 doors, neither has an engine. ---John
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Posted 2009-05-16 2:17 AM (#174365 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey John, Do you have that front light bezel for my Chrysler '62, right side. (it should be in good chrome and solid)
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Posted 2009-05-20 8:53 PM (#174923 - in reply to #34526)
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HI. about the 57 dodges what condition are the fenders in? how much? Thanks for your time. Vinny
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