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RickB

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  • My Project Cars
    1940 Plymouth special deluxe

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  • Location
    Green Bay WI
  • Interests
    Cars

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  1. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    Thanks Merle. Those will help.
  2. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    thanks i will give it a try
  3. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    It looks like it could be the steering box. All the tie rod ends look good but when I move the front wheels left to right I can see a bit of play in the steering box. How can I adjust this? I will check on here for previous threads on the subject. Thanks
  4. RickB

    Fulton visor? No thanks!

    That looks great. Nice job.
  5. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    Nice looking car. No mods to the suspension that I can see. It's got a 10 bolt GM rear end in it. The front suspension looks to be all stock and it has a little play in the wheel. More than I would like actually. Any suggestions on a rebuild kit for the front end?
  6. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    that is a great looking car and it looks to be pretty solid. I would love to find a set of the bars that go on top of the front bumper. Those look pretty cool.
  7. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    Drive it as it is. I am putting a new starter in it this week and need to get a fuel gauge hooked up and we will see what else I do to it from there. It runs great and I kinda like the Pitina the way it is.
  8. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    Thanks. I like the 4 doors with the suicide rear doors. Nice car. That's what I was looking for but came across the 2 door so went with that.
  9. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    Thanks, You are just down the road a bit. Its got a SBC 350 in it with a TH350 trans. From what I can tell it was a nice hot rod back in the 80's/90's maybe. Got a lot of pin stripping on the paint and the interior was redone at some point then it looks like it was let out in the hot sun for a bunch of years. LOL
  10. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    lo Thanks for fixing the pic
  11. RickB

    Hello, I am new here

    Hey there. Just picked up a 1940 2 door Plymouth and just trying to learn all I can about the car. I might bother a few of you with a question or two and hopefully I can contribute as well. A little bit about me: I live in Green Bay WI and have loved old cars all my life. I have had a 52 ford F100, 36 chevy truck, 38 ford truck and 41 chevy business coupe all at one time or another. Since my kids are getting older priorities have changed and thought it was time to get something new to work on.
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