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4camore

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About 4camore

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    Sacramento
  • My Project Cars
    1948 Plymouth

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    Sacramento
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    old cars

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  1. Thank you so much- this is very helpful. Which kit did you end up using on your car Sniper?
  2. Are they mentioned in one of the forums? I didn't see when i searched but maybe I searched wrong. Does anyone have any opinions about whether a booster is needed for disk brakes?
  3. I am thinking of adding either Scarbird, ECI or Rusty Hope disc brakes to my 48 Plymouth. I was planning on adding the ECI dual master cylinder that bolts in the same area as the original master. Does anyone have any experience with that bolt on dual master and is a Vacuum booster needed with the disc brakes. Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi, I have a 48 Plymouth convertible that we are rebuilding. My wife wants shoulder belts in the new car, but it is a convertible so there is no way to attach to the shoulder portion because it is a convertible. Does anyone know of a newer vehicle bench seat with the the shoulder belts built in? Thanks in advance.
  5. Hi, New to the forum and starting a project which has sat in my garage for the last decade. I have a 48 Plymouth convertible with lots of rust. I found the front floor pans, but could really use a new trunk pan and the sheet metal between the trunk and the front pans. I found this one site that lists 49 pans-- but not 48. http://c2cfabrication.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=20220&osCsid=hug5vl2v8lgi76v7imrue54ff1 Does anyone know is there a huge difference between the 49 and 48 trunks? Also is there any good sites to get fenders and some of the other sheet metal?
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