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rockable

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About rockable

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands
  • Birthday 03/08/1954

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  • My Project Cars
    1941 P12

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  • Biography
    I've been restoring cars for a long time, mostly Porsches. I am now doing a '64 Catalina as a custom
  • Occupation
    Sales

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  • Location
    Oak Ridge, NC
  • Interests
    Restoring Cars

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  1. rockable

    Finished my 41 Plymouth

    It has a Fat Man front stub with 2" dropped spindles. The rear has 3" lowering blocks on ESPO springs. Also has (I think) 195/70 front tires and 225/70 rears.
  2. rockable

    Finished my 41 Plymouth

    Thanks, Everyone! I got a lot of help here, at the HAMB, at FABO and all my local friends. It takes a village when you're building a car you've never built before.
  3. rockable

    Finished my 41 Plymouth

    Sorry, but I don't. I have a friend who is looking for one of those bumpers, too. 😊
  4. rockable

    Finished my 41 Plymouth

    Rather than reposting all this, I will just post my link to the HAMB. I really appreciate the help I received from you guys! https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/finished-my-41-plymouth.1140466/#post-12963394
  5. rockable

    41 Plymouth Door Seal

    The same one as used on the side and top? What do you do about the drains on the bottom? Looks like it should use some sort of sweep type seal to me but I could be wrong.
  6. rockable

    41 Plymouth Door Seal

    Can anyone tell me what kind of seal goes on the bottom of the doors of my P12 Business Coupe? A picture would be awesome. It doesn't appear to me that the same seal that goes around the top and sides would work well. Thanks for your help.
  7. rockable

    Trunk Weatherstripping

    I installed this one in my 41 and found it worked best glued into the trough in the trunk lid. I did glue the bottom seal to the body but it might work fine glued to the trunk lid. https://www.steelerubber.com/sponge-rubber-rectangular-70-1105-99
  8. rockable

    41 Plymouth SB Mopar Engine Swap

    👍 Great minds, great taste!
  9. rockable

    41 Plymouth SB Mopar Engine Swap

    Here's another view.
  10. rockable

    41 Plymouth SB Mopar Engine Swap

    Well, it won't let me load more but it's looking great. The 40 Desoto Bumper looks really good with the custom filler panels I made.
  11. rockable

    41 Plymouth SB Mopar Engine Swap

    Ok. I've been working , off and on, on my 41 and am almost done. Here are some pics. Please let me know if you have any lower inner fender pieces that will fit this car. (Classified ad bought and posted.) Between my painter and me, we lost the ones I had and I really dont want to make them from scratch.
  12. rockable

    41 Plymouth door bottom seal

    Thanks! Will check it out!
  13. rockable

    41 Plymouth door bottom seal

    What kind of seal is used to seal the bottom of the door in my P12 Coupe? Does anyone know of a source or a substitute? Anybody got pictures? Thanks for your help!
  14. rockable

    1941 plymouth special deluxe... clip swap or?

    I put a Fatman clip under mine. It really will drive better , looks neater and frees up space. I started,out trying to use the OE front end but gave up on it because I want to drive my car on long trips. I have proven positive experience with MII front ends.
  15. rockable

    Mustang 2 front end

    I installed a Fatman stub on my 41. I tacked it up, reassembled the front end sheet metal and decided I wanted the wheels 3/4" further back. So, I disassembled it and cut 3/4" off and welded it all up. Don't have its on the road yet but I'm sure it will work well. Sure does free up space for engine and exhaust.
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