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49roadster

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About 49roadster

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands
  • Birthday 08/15/1940

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    Male
  • Location
    Whidbey Island WA.
  • Interests
    MoPar
  • My Project Cars
    1949 Dodge roadster, 1949 Plymouth Suburban, 1948 Dodge B1B

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    Whidbey Island Washington
  • Interests
    1949 Dodge and Plymouth

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  1. 1951 dodge wayfarer

    If you have a 51 wayfarer it is a D-41
  2. 1949 plymouth bellhousing mount questions

    The 51 Dodge had fluid drive the 49 Plymouth did not. I don't think the transmission is going to fit either.
  3. I'm going to contact these fellas.

    The sill plates for my 49 dodge wayfarer were $322 in 1998. The price does not look out of line
  4. '50 p19 trim options

    P19 one horn only. The low note part #1121-966 to be mounted on the right side. P-20 came with two. One high and one low note. Cold day here and nothing else to do.
  5. Heater Control Panel

    That is the controls for the mod. 100 heater. It is correct for your car. The mod. 100 was a cheaper heater used in Wayfarer cars it has less output than the mod 300 or the mod 500. You could order any of them if you wished. No heater came as "stock" in Dodges in 49.
  6. Paint for 1949 Dodge Coronet Fender Script

    I think that was some type of gold plating. As I recall the back was same as the front. I had a set from a parts car that I gave away.
  7. Transmission to Bellhousing Gasket

    I think there may be a misprint in one of the manuals. The reprint manual that I have (D1369-) from a 4-51 printing that covers D-29 through D42 calls for 10w. However the origional D-29 and D-30 manual (D13001) printed 8-49 calls for 80w in the standard and 10w in the gyro-matic. Also the 49 Plymouth manual calls for sae 80w And last but not least, the owners manual calls for 80w in the standard and 10w in the gyro-matic. Just food for thought.
  8. Transmission to Bellhousing Gasket

    If it is 5 cents cheaper and you build 1,000,000 cars.
  9. Transmission to Bellhousing Gasket

    Thats the spot. It is just the way Chrysler wanted it.
  10. Transmission to Bellhousing Gasket

    Without it oil will leak from the front of the trans.
  11. Sportabout Emblem

    Sportabout is 50-51-52. Wayfarer fluid drive on 49.
  12. 49 Dodge Business Man Coupe D29 back glass.

    Plymouth is not the same. According to Hollanger nothing else will fit.
  13. 49 Dodge Business Man Coupe D29 back glass.

    Looking at the Hollander interchange and it looks like only the glass from another D29 (1949) will fit. 1950 (D33) is not the same.
  14. 1950 Suburban interior lighting

    My '49 has one light. it is above the tailgate. I think the '50 was the same.
  15. cranbrook bumper info req.

    That bar was a MoPar accessory for 1949 and 50 Dodge and Plymouth.
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