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Frank Elder

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  1. https://www.amazon.com/PLYMOUTH-MASTER-PARTS-CATALOG-Thrift/dp/B00I9LW1I6 https://www.moparmall.com/Illustrated-MoPar-Parts-Digest-for-1937-1951-Plymo-p/840-205.htm http://www.faxonautoliterature.com/1937-Plymouth-Parts-Book-Original-P19966.aspx
  2. http://www.faxonautoliterature.com/1937-Plymouth-Repair-Shop-Manual-Reprint-P21849.aspx
  3. Crescent, channel, and vise grips rolled into one.
  4. Wouldn't a truck axle have the spring perches on top of the axle for carrying a heavy load as opposed to the perches in your photo which are mounted below the axle?
  5. If you can't keep proper torque the head gasket will fail.
  6. Has anyone else noticed the head studs are way too short ? They don't protrude at ALL through the nuts, or am I missing something here......They are supposed to be head bolts from the factory, maybe replaced with incorrect length studs?
  7. If it looks like this straight axle it isn't IFS...... Take my word for it you have a IFS from the factory.
  8. Sigh....already wanting to slop in a shoverolet in it. Look at the front end you already have IFS.
  9. Don't know what this gals been smokin'......but it must be epic. https://www.ebay.com/i/264175748147?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=264175748147&targetid=485683435585&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9024574&poi=&campaignid=1497327725&mkgroupid=60666402227&rlsatarget=pla-485683435585&abcId=1139446&merchantid=114687828&gclid=CjwKCAjwk93rBRBLEiwAcMapUa6--9zMZmPU6GlzI4hEg5qD20o47eAM1E92Xtm2uaL0Ihb7ibpcGBoCne4QAvD_BwE
  10. This person has done a lot good RNR to the truck........it is what I would call a good start up truck, replace a few panels and throw a 20 footer on there and you would have a nice DD/work truck......my 2 cents.
  11. My Goodness you have the very rare, optional curved faceplate for the radio.......I have been looking for almost 2 decades for one. Most look like this.....
  12. We are just caretakers for these wonderful cars and trucks, although I converted to 12V many years ago all the wiring was rewired for 6V [thicker gauge] so that if the next caretaker wanted to go with a stock restoration all they have to do is switch out a few leads and replace a few components. All stock components removed were carefully stored and labeled and boxed for the next owner.
  13. Too bad you didn't take the opportunity to install a Mopar crate motor.......
  14. I remember in high school when an athlete got As on his report card others would joke and say those classes must have been Basket Weaving 101....lol.....meaning no effort required, kinda like saying sweats likes a pig....they don't, they pant like a dog....or you must eat like bird, birds eat copious amounts of food at one sitting, watch this video basket weaving looks hard as hell to me.
  15. You keep saying 8V neg ground and 6V pos ground.......? A battery is not positive or negative ground exclusively......if you take a 6V battery out of a pos ground system and put in a car with a 6V neg ground system all you have to do is change the cables to work in that system.
  16. For $20,000 dollars I would expect BC/CC with paint that matches from panel to panel and an instrument insert that doesn't look like it was installed by a 4 year old with a playskool hammer.
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