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  1. Young Ed

    Looking around for snow plow found this

    I'm in MN it typically gets cold and windy for most of Jan-Feb.
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    Looking around for snow plow found this

    I wonder how many neighbors driveways I'd have to do to pay for that thing???
  3. https://cars.trovit.com/listing/1964-plymouth-belvedere.1Y601z0Hpt https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/d/64-plymouh-belvedere-wagon/6746553129.html Hmm how can this car be in two places at once? Anyone familiar with that trovit site? I emailed the craigslist seller and he said he had an offer of 2900. Now I'm thinking its a scam.
  4. shame guys are out there muddying the waters or making it harder for buying and selling
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    1956 Plymouth Suburban 230 fuel pump

    the stromberg ww should be the correct one. That is what is on my 2barrel intake. Carb kit was readily available.
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    37 Plymouth 4D Sedan Rear Shock Replacement

    The 39-47 trucks use a very similar looking rear upper mount. They are available new from DCM in michigan. I'd give them a call and see if they will measure for you.
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    Just had a 7.2 quake

    wonder if insurance would cover that? they likely would (depending on coverage level) if it had gotten ruined....
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    Just had a 7.2 quake

    except will the car survive being removed from that?? Very lucky though if they were in the car driving when it happened!
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    Old photos

    what is that clear bubble top show car?
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    Need starter advice...

    anyone got a source for that part? I'd like to upgrade my 48.
  11. ya I'd say thats a 41. Very nice 41 too. Possibly the original sale took place in 42 so it got titled as such?
  12. Now that we've got that covered I've got to tell you there is no such thing as a 42 plymouth truck. The PT125 should be a 41.
  13. I'm 6'1 about 230 and fit in my trucks ok. I actually have my seat forward a peg in order to get a little angle to the back. The back is hinged to the bottom so the further forward the bottom is the more tilt to the back. I don't have my truck hear to measure but I believe you'd clear the wheel and headliner.
  14. Young Ed

    Post Thanksgiving

    Now if that isn't the definition of paradise......
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    How Much Should I Pay For A Decent Torque Wrench

    Yup watch ebay. I picked up a greasy snap on with case for under $50
  16. these seem to be more the normal barn finds https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/11/19/collapsed-barn-find-in-pennsylvania
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    a quick overdrive question

    what version of overdrive do you have? the earlier ones didn't have a kickdown
  18. the guy has 2 of them for sale!
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    A Nice Dodge Taillight Solution

    I bet you could also find a rubber grommet at the hardware store to cover that metal edge
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    Fan blades. Mounting

    Thats what confuses me. I would expect if that guy didn't have his hood latched it would have just blown up into the windshield. I'm guessing instead either the hinges ripped apart or the metal of the hood ripped apart sending the hood itself flying through the air.
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    Fan blades. Mounting

    Last saturday the 5 of us were on the freeway when I saw something up in the air. 100ft or so in front of us a hood comes slamming down into the center of the road. A car had their entire hood rip off and go flying up in the air. Bet the guy driving that car has to go change pants
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    Oil Pans Types

    Right the 39-47 pickups use a rear sump same as a car with the dipstick in the block. pilot house engines have a front sump and the dipstick in the oil pan.
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    An Immodest Proposal (with apologies to Jonathan Swift)

    keep in mind these things aren't falling out of the trees in the midwest like they are in CA. way back I think in 04 I paid 3K for my very solid but non running p15.
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    Steering column identification

    As Merle said post another pic further back but it looks like a 49-54 plymouth turn signal setup to me.

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