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  1. It's with a heavy heart that I've put my '51 Windsor coupe on Bring a Trailer in a no-reserve auction. I have to face the fact that I have too many projects and don't have the time, space, or money to give this car the care it deserves. I hope the next owner will be able to provide that, and I know the car will reward them with the same pleasure it's given me over the last ten years. As vintage Mopar enthusiasts, everyone on this forum is particularly qualified to be this car's next owner, so go check it out! https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1951-chrysler-windsor/ And to all of you, thanks for the incredibly helpful advice and information you've provided since I found this car and started lurking on this forum in 2008 and joined in 2010. You've all contributed to this car being on the road today.
  2. Hello everyone, I am new to this forum as I have never owned a Plymouth, but I recently find myself in a position in which I soon may. I am a mechanic / collision tech by trade, so I know what I am getting in to. A little background regarding the issue: My father-in-law wants to get rid of his 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe 4-Door. He wants my wife to purchase the vehicle as she has a sentimental attachment to it. She wants it, but we have no idea what it is worth and he wants her to to come up with a fair market price. There is limited information online regarding the sale prices of these vehicles, so I am asking all the experts to put a valuation on the vehicle. The vehicle: Complete and original - except paint which is not good. Body is in good shape - Minimal damage and/or rust. It has been parked in an old garage for the last 10-15 years. It ran when parked, but hasn't since. Not to say that it wouldn't with fresh fluids and some work. The interior is pretty well destroyed. One could assume that it would cost $1000 to get it running and driving safely. i.e, new brakes, wheel cylinders, brake lines, fluids, fuel pump, carb rebuild, plugs, etc. I appreciate any help that readers could provide. Thanks
  3. Im not with the vehicle right now and so cant tell, my question is how many tie rod ends are there and how many ball joints are there on this vehicle, I have the Plymouth Service Manual but it doesn't mention it and I would like to order a steering kit for my project. Also if you could direct me to a good supplier I would preciate it. Thanks guys, Stan
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