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About junkers72

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    Tamaqua,Pa. U.S.A.
  • Interests
    old cars,good music, and playing with the family.
  • My Project Cars
    1941 plymouth 2 dr sedan,1947 plymouth club cpe.,1947 DeSoto 4 dr sedan,1963 chevy impala 2 dr.,1965 A100 van,1970 Charger

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    Born a car guy
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    Spending time with my wife and son, old cars, and trains

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  1. junkers72

    P15 steering options

    It uses the same pitman arm.
  2. junkers72

    Plymouth P7/P8 - Farewell

    Hello, I have a 1941 Plymouth with Yale keys. Ignition switch lock, door lock, and trunk lock cylinders were replaced by previous owner 30+ years ago due to lost keys . Door and ignition use same key , trunk is different and all have Yale on them.
  3. junkers72

    Mystery ignition

    Congratulations and happy motoring.
  4. junkers72

    41 Plymouth Door Seal

    As for my door weatherstrip I glued new onto the door from front bottom corner up and over to the rear bottom corner. Couldn’t match anything up for the deteriorated a pillar draft seal that was fastened with 3 small screws but don’t think that matters too much. My car is a 41 plymouth p11 2 dr sedan factory no wing window sedan. ( el cheapo model )
  5. junkers72

    41 Plymouth Door Seal

    As far as I know the original lower door seal was a strip of flat rubber that sandwiched between the door and door panel and hung down . was a sweep type that would have sealed against the original aluminum sill . Do you have your original aluminum sills ? If not I can post pics of mine tomorrow night . I am away til then.
  6. junkers72

    Mystery ignition

    eBay item # 183549072830 Seller has 99.9 feedback. I have affiliation with this seller or part I am just passing on the info. P.S. : I searched “Desoto ignition switch “ They interchange
  7. junkers72

    Mystery ignition

  8. junkers72

    P15 steering options

    Hope nobody missed Hubler13f’s post
  9. junkers72

    P15 steering options

    I tried it on “just cause” but removed it for a repainted original. It's from my dad so it is from That time frame
  10. junkers72

    P15 steering options

    Full steering lock to lock, original plymouth pitman arm and tie rod arrangement, and bolted through original holes for original box . Note: I did not use rubber insulators. New steering box is bolted to adapter. Adapter has threaded holes for bolts through frame . I haven’t road tested it but am confident it will work as it should. Also the new steering box isn’t quite as tall so I had to use 2 joints in the steering shaft to avoid altering column angle from dash mount to floor exit. By the way I wonder what OP uglysteve come up with. Lol
  11. junkers72

    Axle switching

    I look at that as wheel mating surface.
  12. junkers72

    37 Plymouth Sedan Resto- New Member

    Oops , I was reading about another project where a Jeep was donating its drivetrain . Obviously not this one.. sorry
  13. junkers72

    37 Plymouth Sedan Resto- New Member

    Can’t you use power steering box from Your donor? just a thought. Either way you gotta make up a mount for it
  14. junkers72

    1940 P10 Speedo Rebuild

    It may be of a help to you to PM Reg Evans .
  15. junkers72

    It’s an addiction

    Great find . Can’t go wrong with that pair.

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