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    1941 Chrysler Royal Coupe

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  1. chrysler1941

    Underhood lamp where installed

    Just what I need. Thank you very much. Appreciate it.
  2. chrysler1941

    Underhood lamp where installed

    Yes that one. Picture on box seems misdrawn, or did they shorten the rod? Anyway it can't sit in the middle like yours. Light will only be on left side. Thanks for the photos.
  3. chrysler1941

    Underhood lamp where installed

    Excellent, I have the same push-down model. Where on the firewall did you mount yours? The horns seem to be in the way. Photo maybe?
  4. chrysler1941

    Rear Fender Stone Deflector

    Yes these are universal model. Purchased those. Too low, too wide and no ribs.
  5. chrysler1941

    Rear Fender Stone Deflector

    Added a picture They may fit the other mopars ?. around
  6. chrysler1941

    Rear Fender Stone Deflector

    Looking for a source for repro rubber Rear Fender Stone Deflector (Gravel Shield) for 41 Chrysler/DeSoto. Steele, Metro. Bernbaum are no go.
  7. chrysler1941

    Rare sedan

    Correct it's a1939 LaSalle body 39-5019 made by Cadillac Has a with a 322" Cui flathead V8 engine and three on a tree. Very reliable car. Designed by Harley Earl. Very few made with sunroof, called Sunshine Turret Top Roof. These are rare. . I know as I own one
  8. chrysler1941

    Fluid Drive fluid, what is available in today's oils?

    All the threads about fluid drive only talks about what goes in the coupling. Never about the transmission itself. Mine says 10W. Using 10W at high speeds, mine pops out of 4th and will only return when letting of accelerator. Replaced the 10W with the same ISO32, and presto, works like a dream for 2 years now.
  9. chrysler1941

    aftermarket radio and speaker installation

    If you need links for the amp on ebay. let me know
  10. chrysler1941

    aftermarket radio and speaker installation

    Since I don't listen to modern music, radio was not an issue for me. instead i got a small and cheap Bluetooth amplifier with remote control circuit from ebay and gutted the original tube radio leaving only the on/off switch circuit. I connected the amp so it turns on using the original switch. The 6/12v converter and amplifier mounted inside the radio. Now I switch on the original radio and it powers up the amp and automatically streams from my phone. It even has a microSD slot. I used a new speaker mounted in original place. Mono is enough for me and plays very loud.
  11. chrysler1941

    I need an english translation :-)

    Air Cleaner Steady BRACKET. ..............14-29-12 I think yours have 12 Ohm resistor and fuse mounted on it if equipped with Fluid Drive.
  12. chrysler1941

    glass lens gaskets ?

    My 41 Chrysler has gaskets between glass and housing. They are similar to the postwar models. There are picture on ebay (not mine). Part # 902586. 8-55-214 Also according to my part list C34, C36, C37 uses Part 973236 (Rt.) 973237 (Lt.). https://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-1941-48-CHRYSLER-TAIL-LIGHT-LENS-GASKETS-NEW-YORKER-WINDSOR-MOPAR-46-47/153003624806?hash=item239fba0966:g:KTUAAOSwgQVavAoy
  13. chrysler1941

    I found a Spitfire ... in France!

    quentin-89 Thanks but it's not grey but Aluminium color almost like original
  14. chrysler1941

    I found a Spitfire ... in France!

  15. chrysler1941

    I found a Spitfire ... in France!

    Interesting. Different from mine '41. What fits on the diamond shape holes just above the oil in and outlet?
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