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  1. My new car accessories, I love it!

    I have seen that ad before. I do know that the attitude of people for pets was different then.Although it does remind me of the Mitt Romney story about the roof carrier.
  2. defroster blower (550 system)

    Here are the pics(hopefully, maybe):
  3. defroster blower (550 system)

    I took pics but will have to wait for my wife to get home to put them on my computer. First i did crawl under the dash and look at my 52's defrost motor and it looks a lot like this one that i have extra. Still maybe they are the same. The motor works and is complete with cage and housing. Numbers on the motor are-1383847 and E 67. The housing is about 5.5 by 5 inches and the motor is about 2.75 in diameter by 3 inches in height. Let me know if that is close or helpful
  4. defroster blower (550 system)

    That looks like the housing my motor has. I will make a point to look tomorrow afternoon and see.
  5. defroster blower (550 system)

    Soon as I get a moment.
  6. defroster blower (550 system)

    I actually might have one. I got a box of misc parts some years ago and I believer there is a motor in it. Can you supply a number and/or picture of what you want. I will then look. If it is what you want I will give it to you for the price of shipping.
  7. 49 plymouth

    As recently as 1971 I bought a Honda Motorcycle that was a 1970 model and titled as a 71. Got $100 back in a class action suit about 3 years later.
  8. Rear brakes broke? Fittment issues on '48 Dodge

    Make sure that the wheel cylinder pins are correct and all the same. Lenghts vary from car to car.
  9. Fastest Car

    I hope so, been in the doldrums forever.
  10. Watching ebay pays off

    Congrats I used to stumble over bargains once in a while there but have almost given up. Nice to see that then end is not here
  11. P-15 Totaled

    Sorry to hear about the wreck. I know that regarding your remark about not seeing you, it seems that every time our School bus company has an accident the first thing out of the other drivers mouth is"I didn't see it" How the bleep do you not see a 40 foot yellow bus. Bet they saw the phone in their hand though.
  12. Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    I alternate in the summer between my 52 Cranbrook and my 1980 Volare depending on where I am going and what I am doing when I get there. My 2001 Astro gets the summer off unless the weather is really crappy. I try to do any maintenance on the Astro and other family cars while I have the extras to drive. I take summers off so I usually am working on something.
  13. Sheriff just left, another mandatory evac tonight...

    Although not the same at all, my son lives near Boston and they are getting killed by snow. Three big storms this week alone. Supposed to be about 2 feet when this latest one is done. Weather is just nuts. Glad to hear you are all OK.
  14. Easy and Inexpensive Exhaust Flange Repairs

    i used something like this on my 2001 Astro: https://www.ebay.com/i/152879906941?chn=ps
  15. My truck at Cheatham Street Warehouse

    i was being facetious
  16. D24

    ?
  17. My truck at Cheatham Street Warehouse

    Obviously the band prices were from when you bought the truck new.
  18. 51 T&C Station Wagon Build Card~~ Boat?!

    Perhaps to be shipped by boat?
  19. New to forum

    Welcome to the Forum As an owner of a 52 4 door I really appreciate yours.
  20. 1954 Chrysler Trim Clips? Help!

    Try this guy. He had clips for my 52 Plymouth. http://www.fatfenderedrelics.com/welcome.html
  21. Kick panel resource

    I made mine out of masonite.
  22. Cold cold, John Keats.

    I hate you. +2 here in NE Illinois. High today will be about +8
  23. New Year Resolutions

    It took me three years to fix my heater and and two to finish the brakes. So i don't think my resolutions are unrealistic
  24. Starting my truck in cold weather

    I can remember my Father struggling to start his old Plymouths in bitter cold like today in Illinois. Took the battery in each night, ran light bulb out to the engine to try to keep the carb warm and often had to walk the 2 miles to work at 6 AM anyway. This was in the early to mid 60's. And the cars from the late forty's to early fifty's. Although admittedly he wasn't one for much in the way of maintenance.
  25. Out of the ordinary Christmas gifts.

    Nice travel tool box
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