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48Dodger last won the day on January 13

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About 48Dodger

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    Zen Mopar Master
  • Birthday 03/07/1964

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    I race the #45 Stock Car at 99speedway, and Altamont. It's a 72 Charger. I'm a Mopar Freak.
  • Occupation
    Radiology, Automotive dealer, Car painter and Creator

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  • Gender
  • Location
    ~ Clements, California
  • Interests
    Racing and Stephanie
  • My Project Cars
    The Brick (1950 PH Racetruck) 1948 B-1-BQ(yep, its a BBQ), 1949 COE, 1945 COE, many, many, B series 1/2 tons with parts


  • Location
    Clements, Ca
  • Interests
    racing, restoration, music, and mopars

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  1. I believe the serial number for the Dual carbs is E7U1, E7U2....but that's for the 301, 331, 377. Try that in the old search engine and maybe it will lead you to a disussion on th 218, 230's. Unless you have one of those bad boys....lol 48D
  2. APRIL 10TH 2021 CLEMENTS TAILGATE BBQ in CLEMENTS, CALIFORNIA Home of the largest meet up of Dodge Pilot-House Era Trucks in the WHOLE WORLD!!! MARS AND JUPITER TOO!!! We get invaded by Vintage Cars and Trucks from other makers, BUT WE DON'T CARE! CUZ WE ARE COOL TRUCKERS AND DON'T MIND THE WEIRDOS! ...at least I don't.....lol Looking forward to seeing ev
  3. Yeah....gotta check wikipedia. The boat is in the storage area, "not for sale" sticker on the windshield. Left a note....maybe he'll come to the truck show. 48D
  4. Ok, that's why you're coming by for a bell housing.......got it set aside for you. You're welcome to come by and check measurements here at the ranch...I have both types out of their respective trucks. 48D
  5. Numbers are lightly stamped on the drivers side of the frame behind the front wheel. You'd have to exchange a lot of parts to go from a 1950 to a 1951-52..... Cab is 51-53...has the wipers in the right location. (48-50 are more mid line) Hood is 51-53....has the pronounced lip along the bottom. (48-50 are without the lip) Grille of course isn't like the 48-50. My guess is the door tag is from another truck. 48D skip to 7:30, on this video I made..... Estrada MotorSports 1948-53 Dodge Trucks: Identification notes part 1
  6. That Chrysler boat was a different one than I was looking at. Here's the other pic. I didn't realize they were in the boat biz at one time. Guess they could have had a division for boats called "MOBO"......lol 48D
  7. Definitely considering this boat....I'm 56 and the kids are gone.....it's just for me and dogs. I don't ski, I explore. The truck was gone BUT there was a consolation prize...lol.
  8. I'm looking for a boat.....something to cruise the Delta and lakes in my area. Hitting the local park and sell to look over this rig.... But I just can't seem to escape my love of old Dodge Trucks...lol. Guess I'll be looking at more then just the boat tomorrow 48D
  9. 😎 AWESOME.....standing O, brother. 48D
  10. This is a video I did a couple years back, may or may not help. 48D Estrada MotorSports 1948-53 Dodge Trucks: Steering Knuckle Kingpin
  11. As I understand it.....back in the day, city streets were a bit more narrow. So you would park, lock your driver door, slide across to the passenger door to exit. Then you would lock the passenger door outside. Hence, only a passenger side outside door lock. I have a "driver side" factory lock I received from our buddy in Australia (Davin) I'll use to use on my U.S. truck. 48D
  12. Those rear fender inserts are priceless......lol. I finally got mine from an Aussie 1/2 ton truck via Davin. 48D
  13. Won't be mine. Silly kids with scrap metal....just wait til they're silly old men with scrap metal like me! 48D
  14. I figured it out.....I think its headed in a cool direction. "The Headless Horsepower"....lol. 48D
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