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  1. 2 points
    Wonderful stock job done right... good going!
  2. 2 points
    John-T-53

    Lets see pic of your trucks

    I just noticed that my truck made it into a Gooogle aerial when it was parked in San Francisco recently....
  3. 1 point
    ggdad1951

    new way to use old stuff...

    when you have too many hoods laying around:
  4. 1 point
    Plymouthy Adams

    back up light

    these were what was the norm.....but you can get these in generic no name with almost the same identical look....just a matter of what you want....reversing lights are not that hared to adapt from an assortment of older vehicles.
  5. 1 point
    I have been working on this car since 2012 and seven years later it is finally finished. I do have a few minor things left to do but it is on the road and being driven lots. It is a Canadian Dodge based on the Plymouth but using a Dodge grille and other trim. They are a very different car to the US Dodge.
  6. 1 point
    pflaming

    In storage til September

    We are back in Maine, now enjoying a morning view of the Kennebec River.through our sons kitchen window.
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    I have hundreds of pictures but I can only post about three at a time. A lot of them are "remind me" pictures of various parts so I could reassemble things later. I also have to downsize most of them before I can post them on the site. I used to use photobucket but haven't for years. I'll throw a couple more pictures in just for fun. I appreciate all the nice comments though. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Floor repairs Reassembly of body parts
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    Dodgeb4ya

    47 Chrysler - stainless trim...help!

    The actual pot metal handle themselves are the same from 1946-52 all chrysler models. You have to remove the handle from the square shaft. 1st removing the retaining cup- rotate 90 degree's and pull it off. A few years back I posted on doing that.
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    Dodgeb4ya

    47 Chrysler - stainless trim...help!

    The front hood chrome is bolted on with four studs and nuts...DON'T Pry it off. The nuts are tucked in tight at the front of the hood. That chrome mustache is a very hard to find piece that is straight not damaged and plateable..
  11. 1 point
    Brent B3B

    Back to the 50's 2019

    What a great weekend! As mentioned the weather cooperated for the show. We had a blast and are very grateful to our Minnesota hosts! (also grateful to our Wisconsin electrician.) I do enjoy the “fly overs” So weird, looks like we were missing another green one ton for this group photo (MIKE!) 😊
  12. 1 point
    9 foot box

    47 Chrysler - stainless trim...help!

    I bought the H-style from Restoration Specialties, no. 2322. I also bought some AuVeCo 12961A online. I am going to try those, because they are adjustable, and I will use a 10/24 nut with mastic seal. I've used 19378 trim clips, also. But, what plymjim just posted is my next buy. Thanks for another option jim.
  13. 1 point
    casper50

    47 Chrysler - stainless trim...help!

    EBAY sells those cowl trim clips. I've seen the Dodge cowl trim pieces on there also quite a bit. Don't know if they look the same as Chrysler ones. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-1946-1948-Dodge-Cowl-Trim-Moulding-1947-D24-Custom-Deluxe-Mopar/312656685999?hash=item48cbca6baf:g:Uc0AAOSwck1dARoE https://www.ebay.com/itm/1946-1947-1948-DODGE-D25-BRAND-NEW-COWL-TRIM-PAIR-LEFT-AND-RIGHT-CANADIAN-CAR/183795939699?hash=item2acb177973:g:YbkAAOSw~-Zck8gI
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    plymjim

    47 Chrysler - stainless trim...help!

    Not sure if Chrysler trim is the exact same width as Plymouth but I used plastic trim clips at $36 per box of 25 that were an exact fit. That's a far cry from what you will pay for o. e. metal clips. Like I said, these were for a Plymouth & you will certainly want to compare , measure, etc. That being said, the clips came from Automotive Fastener Co. in Hagerstown, Md. Don't know how far away you are in New Hope, Pa. but their phone is 301 733 7180. The part # for the clips that fit 48 Plymouth side trim is auv8386 Hope this helps you. Good luck.
  15. 1 point
    48Dodger

    Back to the 50's 2019

    Beautiful, beautiful trucks my friends......nice work getting them all together for a family picture! 48D
  16. 1 point
    Great info- exactly what I needed! Thanks!
  17. 1 point
    Worden18

    Back to the 50's 2019

    My truck is going to be part of that lineup next year😁
  18. 1 point
    Todd B

    Back to the 50's 2019

    Now I am pissed I did not take my semi this year
  19. 1 point
    NiftyFifty

    Back to the 50's 2019

    Someday I’ll get back down there, I just hated trailering all that way, and a few bad memories from the past trip have kinda kept me and wife from really getting the urge to go back, but one of these years I’ll make the journey....hopefully tho in a 440 powered swept line
  20. 1 point
    last look he had at that cat...……………………. Note..no animal was harmed in making this pic....and you know it is just a joke...(personally I use a laser sight..lol)
  21. 1 point
    ggdad1951

    Back to the 50's 2019

    It was a great weekend. The weather decided to behave and we had a great Friday and Saturday, Sunday was pretty much a washout as it was POURING rain when I was ready to leave so we just drove by daily and hit up the swap meet. Good times seeing old friends, making new ones and having a fun. Below is a pic of the line up and of my drive in on Saturday...I downsized them so they'd load, if anyone would like a higher res version let me know.
  22. 1 point
    ggdad1951

    Back to the 50's 2019

    sad to see friends leave...
  23. 1 point
    Todd B

    new way to use old stuff...

    This is one of several buildings I built on my land with all reclaimed wood, door tracks and metal roofing.
  24. 1 point
    Worden18

    Back to the 50's 2019

    Not sure which forum member owns this route van, but it was friggin' sweet!
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    Worden18

    Back to the 50's 2019

    Me and the family made it. I didn't drive the Meadowbrook or the B-1-D though. We sure had fun anyway! Best part was meeting ggdad1951, Merle, and youngEd. I got to take a close up look at their trucks and ask a lot of questions. so that really helped a lot in a few things that I need to fix on my truck. It was also nice to put faces to names. Their trucks are spectacular to say the least. Mine will never be that nice, but that's okay as long as it's mechanically sound. Wish I could have stayed longer but I found the guys toward the end of our run and the family was getting pretty tired towards the end.
  28. 1 point
    Brent B3B

    Back to the 50's 2019

    Hmmm, i’ll Keep an eye out.... i only saw this Plymouth today (saw ALOT of pilot houses)
  29. 1 point
    Dodgeb4ya

    new way to use old stuff...

    I have used an old Chrysler axle housing to mount my mailbox...
  30. 1 point
    Worden18

    Lets see pic of your trucks

    Got my 48 running again and hauled home yesterday.


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