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About chrysler1941

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    1941 Chrysler Royal Coupe


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  1. 1942 Very very rare car
  2. Flathead 6 for 1933 Dodge to drive Peking to Paris

    I have a link to a 1948 Chrysler 8, in Sweden, but probably too long for your use. But enough power.
  3. Dual exhaust set up/ route

    Sounds reasonable. Thanks for explaining.
  4. Dual exhaust set up/ route

    No it's an honest question. As far as I know, engine needs back pressure to limit unnecessary fuel flow. I can imagine dual exhaust will raise fuel consumption on a stock engine. I'm sure with several carbs, another cam etc it's an advantage.
  5. Dual exhaust set up/ route

    So dual exhaust on a stock flat 6 will do what besides higher gas consumption?
  6. Need help identifying an engine part

    And here is a link for the gasket https://www.ebay.com/itm/142050064283?ssPageName=STRK:MESINDXX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1436.l2649
  7. Gas Pedal Cover

    It was on sale on ebay once
  8. Gas Pedal Cover

    From the 1952 MoPar Acccesories
  9. Goat 1949 is right. Also you should get yourself a spare part list and shop manual. Most of your questions will be answered. The knob is not original. I can upload these for as pdf if you have a server or DropBox.
  10. 265 Engine Color opinions

    Yes I noticed that, very cool. Just saw an opportunity to bring up the subject as many paint letters red.
  11. 265 Engine Color opinions

    I've often wondered about the red Spitfire lettering. Was this ever done from the factory?
  12. fluid drive downshifts

    I've always loved DeSoto's rebellious design
  13. fluid drive downshifts

    There are several. Have no experiences with any. Maybe others can comment http://www.harnessesunlimited.com/new forms/chrys web page.pdf http://www.riwire.com/
  14. fluid drive downshifts

  15. Where do you get the little springs?

    Ok now I understand :.