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Flatie46 last won the day on May 9

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About Flatie46

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!
  • Birthday 11/23/1968

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    Russellville, TN
  • My Project Cars
    46 Plymouth business coupe
    81 Jeep Scrambler
    70 Chevy C-10
    83 Harley FXR

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  • Biography
    I'm adicted to 40's mopar I'm working on a '46 plymouth business coupe
  • Occupation
    Industrial Maintenace,


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    Old cars , motocycles ( mostly older bikes), American and WW2 history. Love spending time with my

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  1. Flatie46

    Gone but not forgotten

    I sure have learned a lot from that car! Of course I mean from the step by step pics that were recorded through the build. Like mentioned above, glad a forum member has purchased it.
  2. Nice car, seems like a fair price. Appears to be some kind of rodent in the foreground of the picture.
  3. Yea I've always liked the C bodies. A friend recently bought a '73 2 Door Monaco that's a nice low mile car. Them big un's ride and drive real nice. The prices have been going up on them.
  4. Well I'll be darn, all I remember was the wagon.
  5. I don't remember a barracuda on the Brady Bunch. I know it was popular but have never liked white interior, nice car though.
  6. Flatie46


    Guess I'm late but been busy, Happy 80"th hope it's a great year for you!
  7. Flatie46


    Ed those look really high quality, are they Snap on brand?
  8. Flatie46


    I have vented over this often. I have scored some awesome deals on craigslist and some I've wondered WTH happened? I guess more often than not it's worked out well. I have discussed several times in the past how on Craigslist if it's listed with an Email only they will never respond. The only time I had a response was when I bought 2 welders and a shrinker/stretcher last fall. The guy outright lied, it was pretty obvious when I was asking about the machines but I was still pretty sure I could come out. I was able to repair both for less than $150 bucks. The machines are probably worth $1500 a piece. I have done well on Facebook market place. I rarely ever see any Plymouth parts our era there but I have seen several cars for sale at reasonable deals. Bought lots of AMC Jeep parts there. Vintage tools and machinery galore!
  9. Flatie46

    TV car shows

    I really don't see this happening...ever. Some things just take time and are worth the wait.
  10. Flatie46

    TV car shows

    How about pretending to steal their car or impounding it over simething stupid? I could see me doing hard time over something like this.
  11. Flatie46

    I'm not sure how they fit that in there...

    Really a sweet ride!
  12. Flatie46

    clutch fork return spring

    Mine was intact when I was working on this area of the car but it was almost worn in two. I took it to NAPA that had a shadow board their that matched up common springs. I guess I should have posted my info or made note but I didn't. Anyway hope this helps.
  13. Flatie46

    New to the Forum!

    I knew their were more Plymouths in east TN. Welcome to the forum.
  14. Flatie46

    Indian Plodge

    Yep, I agree. I see repro parts with substandard plating. I've seen stuff people have paid good money to have done be disappointing. I don't think you can buy the quality plating of the 60's back anymore.

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