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About Conn47D24

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    Junior Member, just joined the forum !

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  • Location
    East Haven Connecticut
  • My Project Cars
    1947 D24 Club Coupe

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  • Biography
    30 Plus! Years of getting back on the road.
  • Occupation
    Realtor 24/7 !


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  1. Yes Flatie46 , that one has the number cast on to the top. 1559209. Weird one. This lot had several I want. These not at all. free to anyone that needs them just PM me.
  2. Odd bits for sure. I have no use for these and hate to junk NOS stuff when someone may need. Guess I'll hang on to them.
  3. Only one with a part # , but I can't find it in any of my mopar books .
  4. Hello all, These came with a lot of Misc. NOS part I purchased. Part #'s on old packs were unreadable. If any of these are familiar to someone please give me some guidance. Thank you Clay
  5. New today on Ebay:
  6. Not sure if these help. I'm looking for more. I've done all of the same work as you can see. NOS inner fenders, and shields.
  7. Take your time. I acomplished all of these jobs on my D24. Rear springs easier than front. Front-end work was aided by borrowed Miller Tools from Rich Hartung another member of this site. Good luck Post Pix.
  9. Not mine, just saw it browsing. Poor photo quality I cant tell.
  10. This guy just helped me out. Excellent experience with this vendor. TOM LAMANO DISTRIBUTOR REBUILDING 590 ABBOTTSTOWN PIKE, ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 17301 717-353-3964 OR CELL 631-258-9355
  11. Cragislist in New Hampshire
  12. Just got home from Spring Carlisle. Bought not one item. Nice day though, lots of walking. Dan's Old Parts had the most old stuff but small percent was mopar.
  13. Rhode island Wiring folks are great.