Jerry,In 2017 I bought all the cylinders from Napa.The cylinders are the same for 1960 and 1961 Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto, Chrysler and Imperial.Here is the Mopar Part Numbers:1857051 Rear1857052 Front Lower Right1857053 Front Lower Left1857054 Front Upper Right1857055 Front Upper LeftIf need be I can try to find the NAPA Numbers.I don't know how good they are but Rock auto shows all the front ones available for 17.00 each.I am pretty sure I paid well over 200.00 for the 6 I got from NAPA.Good Luck !!!!Charlie ValentineOn Friday, September 6, 2019, 01:30:08 PM EDT, 'Jerry Lindsay' jerrylindsay300h@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Gentlemen and Ladies,
It’s come to repair the brakes in my 1962 300 Sport Coupe that’s been sitting for a spell. I’m losing brake fluid, but at this time have not found out where, but suspect a wheel cylinder as there are telltale signs on one of the wheels that I pulled to put new tires on it.
I also want to rebuilt the master cylinder and power brake booster. I’ve looked at Rock auto and they only list 330H shoes. Also the wheel cylinders do not look like the ones I have on now. I’m looking for a phone number for them to speak to a service rep if possible.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. It’s also scheduled to go into the body shop to get repainted. With a little help it started right up, but it is not idling smoothly. 413 w/4 barrel and 3 speed manual trans. Will do complete tune up after it’s painted.
Thanks in advance,
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