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bobd1976

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  1. As mentioned early 49 are the same as a 48 . Other than that two completely different body style..A picture of the side trim you should be able to tell if it fits your 48.
  2. Thanks so much for the info.I appreciate the offer but don't think I need the catalogue.
  3. Bobd1976.  This is rich Hartung I posted to your question what the glass channels fit. I have a globe regulator and glass channel catalog. I have scanned this onto CD.  If you would like a copy then the cost would be $25 which include shipping to your home in the US. Let me know if you are interested.

     

    Rich Hartung

    20 Driftwood drive

    Audubon, PA

    Desoto1939@aol.com

    Cell 484-431-8157

  4. I have been searching the web with no luck. I have two Reg-chan n.o.s. window regulator channels that I cant identity to exact application. One is G206 and the other is G182. Thanks if anyone can help.
  5. Here is my 1948 Ply club coupe.Moog Aerostar springs cut one inch past a full coil. 1 1/2 inch lowering blocks in back. Drives and rides very nice.
  6. Round ones will be just fine. I always go to a local truck spring shop with my old u bolts and they make new ones as I wait. 30 minutes tops. They send me home with new nuts and washers.
  7. Andy did a great job of explaining the different models, Here is my 48 which is a club coupe with a back seat. Notice the grille . I know they are a lot of work to clean and polish but well worth it in my opinion. .
  8. Congrats and always good to see a young person interested in the older cars. I didn't want be the one to say it but your car is a sedan not a coupe. It looks like a solid car. I hope you get that primer off of all that grille stainless.
  9. bobd1976

    lowering

    48Hoopty is correct. Depends how much you want to spend and how low you want to go and if you are capable of doing the work yourself.. My 48 club coupe has 2 inch lowering blocks on the rear. Less than 100 dollars for the blocks and new ubolts. The front has the Moog cc850 coils that I cut one whole coil off of. Cost about 50 dollars . Rides and drives great.
  10. Is anyone going to the Tom Mack auction of Old car heaven's inventory? What a desirable list of Mopars going to sell with no reserve. Also online bidding available.
  11. Exactly what I have been looking for. Why does it have to be so far away?
  12. Call these folks .http://www.springsnthings.com/ I got my 48 P15 leafs from them. They have them in different height options.
  13. I am still wanting my last one. 46-48 Plymouth convertible.
  14. Oldguy48 beat me to it.My 48 P15 dash
  15. Not a Chrysler but here is my experience with my 48 Plymouth. Rear springs are ESPO factory replacement . Front coils are Moog 850 Aerostar. 50.00 bucks. Sat too high for my liking so I cut one inch more than one coil. RIdes and drives great..
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