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Found 21 results

  1. Throttle, choke, head light knobs

    I'm looking for these ivory knobs. Or maybe repros. Need some help. Thanks
  2. 1948 Plymouth Rat Rod

    a Rat Rod waiting to live again
  3. New to Plymouth need some help

    So I picked up a what is said to be a Plymouth p15 from 1948. But I'm alittle confused cause the dash doesn't look like any that I've seen online. Im new to this and just wanted to see if its definalty a 1948 .
  4. I have a 48 Plymouth and when I pushed on the clutch and the pedal doesn't come back up at all. Have been messing with it for a couple weeks but can't seem to find the problem. Been looking for springs that might of broke off but I can't find it. Any help or guidance will be great. Thank you
  5. Play in steering column?

    I've been driving my 48 plymouth with pretty loose steering for a while now. The other day I noticed that I now have some play in the column. The shaft inside the column that the wheel attaches to. I can wiggle the steering wheel up and down, not much, maybe 1/16th or 1/8th inch. Just enough to notice it isn't right. I have the shop manual but all it says is that "there should not be any up and down movement of the steering wheel at the steering column jacket." It does not make it clear how to fix that issue. In the exploded view it looks like that shaft goes all the way from the steering wheel down through the worm gear, is that right? I'm wondering what I should look for to take that movement out of the steering wheel. If anyone's had this issue before. Thanks!
  6. From the album Sundry items

    Photo mock-up of a stretch version for the jeep we got from 48Dodger's brother just before the BBQ.

    © MPrutz 2016

  7. Hi, this might not lead to anything, but maybe, just maybe it does. I am being offered a 1948 Chrysler Windsor for purchase, apparently only had one owner previously (a lady that was given this car as a present in 1948; great story I find), was directly sold to the current owner roughly 2/ 3 years ago (the max). What I have is a rough picture; the original license plate info (Virginia; 35-044), which indicates that the car was situated in Virginia. That's it. Now I would love to find out who that previous owner might have been. So again, maybe, just maybe this information does ring a bell to anyone. Would be fun, somehow :-) Thanks for joining the not-so-much-sherlock-holmes ride. Thom
  8. 1950 dodge panel

    Looking for help on my 1950 panel. Looking for body parts and hopefully pics of one with good floor braces and door jambs. Needs lots. Any and all help appreciated thanks in advance.
  9. Ads

    From the album Magazine Ads

    A couple of my favorite adverts, framed them in barn wood to take to shows The tan car ad is 1946, the red I believe to be from 48
  10. 17097628512 7117108574 B

    From the album 48 p15

    April 2015 Caffeine & Gasoline @ Griot's Garage flagship Store Tacoma WA

    © https://www.flickr.com/photos/griots/17097628512/in/set-72157649541071404

  11. From the album 48 p15

    April 2015 Caffeine & Gasoline @ Griot's Garage flagship Store Tacoma WA

    © https://www.flickr.com/photos/griots/16478999813/in/album-72157649541071404

  12. want; 46-8 Plymouth rear pan

    might not be the place, but I am sure I will be told..lol I need the pan, below the trunk lid, by the rear bumper....thanks, I ship to; Wa98226
  13. P15 Newbie

    Hello everyone. My name is Virgil, I live in Colorado Springs, and I recently picked up my first street rod project. I am 27, dad, husband, and I was in the Marines from 2005-2011. Ok so about the car. This will be my first complete build. I learned how to weld from my grandad. I learned alot on my own so far but I know there is plenty more for me to learn. I picked up a 1966 Chrysler 383 for $200 bucks that I plan to drop in it. Motor is complete minus intake and carb but I did get all the pulleys, accessories, and all the nuts and bolts the guy could find. Going to keep looking for a 4-speed for it. With all that said and done I am into this project so far for $900 and I am trying to keep it that way. I am in no way saying that I will be taking the cheap route on everything I do. If I need to spend money to do something the right way I will but where I can save I want to. I have seen that a shock relocation on the front of these helps. I dont want to spend $2K on a Mustang 2 front end. I also have seen that the steering will be an issue with my big block. So I have a few questions: 1. What rearend should I be looking for? (trying to stay all Mopar, 383 will be a mild build) 2. How good is the front end on these? What do I need to change/upgrade? 3. Anything I need to know before I start the build? I plan on doing everything I can myself. I orginally wanted to build a gasser but the more I looked at the body I saw it more of the cruiser for the family. Thanks in advance for everyone's comments and inputs.
  14. Was fortunate enough to pick up a 47 d24 coupe but it has no starter, wondering if anyone knows what compatible starters would mate up with the 230/fluid drive trans that is in it. Its driving me nuts. Any help would be appreciated.
  15. Dan's Plymouth

    From the album Dan's Aussie p15

    Adelaide, Australia, assembled, owned and driven...low and slow!
  16. Dan's Plymouth

    From the album Dan's Aussie p15

    Adelaide, Australia, assembled, owned and driven...low and slow!
  17. Dan's Plymouth

    From the album Dan's Aussie p15

    Adelaide, Australia, assembled, owned and driven...low and slow!
  18. Dan's Plymouth

    From the album Dan's Aussie p15

    Adelaide, Australia, assembled, owned and driven...low and slow!
  19. Dan's Plymouth

    From the album Dan's Aussie p15

    Adelaide, Australia, assembled, owned and driven...low and slow!
  20. Dan's Plymouth

    From the album Dan's Aussie p15

    Adelaide, Australia, assembled, owned and driven...low and slow!
  21. Im going saturday to look at a 1948 4 door dodge car. Wanting to know what to look for as in problem spots etc. Its a mans project that he running out of time for. Has all parts in boxes type of thing. Says it runs with some gas and wiring. Talk to him for almost an hour today. Been sitting in shed in the dry, front fenders and hood is currently off and hanging on wall. Body had been sanded down and primered. What are the hard to find parts that I should look for? In picture he sent it was missing the trim at rockers. And I know its hard to put price on something sight unseen. So not going to ask that. But more than welcome to throw some figures out. Also being 48 would that be 6v? Or 12v? Reason I ask he said something about pos. Grnd. Only heard of that on 6v systems. And any advice will gladly be appreciated. On side note me 52 truck is coming together nicely. The car be next project mainly for wife.
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