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62chrysler
Posted 2004-09-20 7:42 PM (#13204)
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Hey guys, I know there are more members that live in this area. ROLL CALL! Let's gang up and make this group active. You don't what that Canuk (Erik) to be more active than us do you? Roll Call Roll Call. JoeMac, JerseyBob, 59Saratogaa, and yours truly
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rdtrpr
Posted 2004-09-21 10:32 AM (#13305 - in reply to #13204)
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-09-21 11:34 AM (#13313 - in reply to #13204)
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Thanks Craig
Right on! Thanks. OK Guys Keep em' comin'!
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59Saratogaa
Posted 2004-09-25 3:15 PM (#13932 - in reply to #13204)
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There's a Desoto show in West Orange next weekend (Oct 2) in West Orange.
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Tuxedo
Posted 2004-09-28 1:56 PM (#14272 - in reply to #13204)
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Hello,

I'm new here!! I have a '60 Belvedere 2 door sedan that I'm in the process of restoring/customizing. I live in Middletown NJ and I'm ready to network!! I'll try to get some pictures up shortly!!
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-09-28 3:52 PM (#14277 - in reply to #13204)
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Velcome To Fooooorrrrrrward Look.  I live up by Dover (Morris County) and we have another active member down near you in Farmingdale. He's JerseyBob.  We're waitin' on ya'  LOL

We just got this regional group started a few weeks ago.  Soooo not too much here just yet.  But we finally have a home.

Like I said in another string, us Jorsey boys have to stick together.  But overall?  This is one great Forum to belong too.  You need help, shoot up a flare.  (Pssst  Don't let those old farts in West Vorginny bother you.  PPPPFFFFFTTTTTT  Excuse me I belong to the old Fart frat too.)  Lotsa good people, knowledge and sources for parts here.  Everyone is willing to help.  If someone doesn't know the answer, someone else does.  Make frequent visits to the "Rec Room".  Lots of fun there.  Enjoy and don't be bashful.  Pipe up when you want to say something

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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-09-28 7:17 PM (#14303 - in reply to #14272)
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Timmo
Posted 2004-10-01 3:45 AM (#14383 - in reply to #13204)
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-01 8:04 PM (#14414 - in reply to #13204)
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Hey Tim

Did you ever get that front end straightened out???

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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-10-01 8:19 PM (#14420 - in reply to #14383)
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Hey Tim, are you near the old Garden State Park?? I was just working on that new construction project there. I may be going back in a couple weeks.
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-01 11:10 PM (#14429 - in reply to #13204)
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Bob?  You still diggin' graves? 

Some Oregon humor.  I happen to be at "uglytruck" house for the weekend.  He's a member too.

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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-10-02 4:38 PM (#14454 - in reply to #14429)
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No, I'm not diggin graves..........yet,...............Hey while your there you can ask "uglytruck" to list his location!! Maybe a little one-on-one gentle persuation will work
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-02 8:07 PM (#14462 - in reply to #13204)
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I told him.  You wanna come to Oregon and pick me up from the hospital?  Sheeessseee  I just got a beatin'
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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-10-03 10:09 PM (#14492 - in reply to #14462)
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A Jersey boy gettin beat up by someone from Oregon??? I cant believe you didnt talk him down first!
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58Belvedere
Posted 2004-10-05 10:37 AM (#14590 - in reply to #13204)
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I'm from Long Island and Philly, so that's double points. The only bad thing about that is that I have to drive through NJ when going between the two. That lovely petrochemical refinery and methane odor adds a certain romance to the state.

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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-10-05 8:13 PM (#14629 - in reply to #14590)
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Thats just Steve, pay no attention
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-06 10:52 AM (#14711 - in reply to #13204)
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Hey watch it there.  We live here.  We feel the same about driving through New York!  Thank goodness there are ways around it!  LOL    At least the petro Chem won't mug us, kill us maybe. . . . . .
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58Belvedere
Posted 2004-10-07 11:44 AM (#14791 - in reply to #13204)
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You won't get mugged in New York. Slapped around a bit, maybe. But mugging is so 1988. Is anyone going to Hersey this weekend?
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Timmo
Posted 2004-10-11 10:36 AM (#15036 - in reply to #14414)
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Hey everyone, sorry i haven't been posting lately. School has kept me very busy. Just got back home from rochester to take the desoto out for a drive on saturday. First time in over a month. She started up on the first crank as always.

Steve- The front end is still a bit of a mess. The bushings are all going to have to be replaced again. The strut bushing are completely gone. I hope to find some polyurethane bushings, or just bushings that will last longer. I think maybe the bushings died because the front end was adjusted higher than stock?

Bob- Actually, I am 3 blocks from the old Garden State race track. It's just around the corner from me. I'm at school in rochester right now, but ill be back at Thanksgiving. Is anyone else near the old track?
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Luvdemmopars
Posted 2004-10-14 5:54 PM (#15352 - in reply to #15036)
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Staten Island NY checking in.
Not me but my father has a 61 chrysler 300G conv, What a cool car.
Not sure if this is the right place for this BUT our local Mopar club http://richmondcountymopars.tripod.com/
Is having there annual Fall Fling ALL Mopar show,October 17th/ Click on the link for Details.
Already have confirmed one other 300 from NJ, I think its a 62 that is coming and of course my fathers car will be there. Would be great for some other cars to make the trip.
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-14 7:59 PM (#15359 - in reply to #13204)
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Hey Jeff

Thanks for the input.  Staten Island you say?  I'm shipping one of my 62 Newports over there.  It's a small Island so it shouldn't bee too hard to find.  The new owner lives over by the Gothels

Thanks for the show update.  I won't be there, I have to hang quarter panels on a 59.





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Jims56DeS
Posted 2004-10-15 4:12 PM (#15407 - in reply to #13204)
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As for my first post here at the Forward Look Forum, I thought I should make it here in this post. I am from NJ also, (Exit 5) South Jersey LOL Sorta Near Cherry Hill... Anyway, as my "name" says, I own a 56 DeSoto. I have had this car for around 5 years, and it is time to start the Resto work. I just finished my 68 Dodge D-100, so... I should have some time. I would like to find a pair of repair panels for the rear 1/4 panels, but, I looked for them awhile ago, and I never did find anyone that was re-producing them "anymore". 55 and 56 DeSotos, and Chryslers are the same repair panel. Bills speed shop used to carry them... but that was before I got my 56. The engine was apart when I got it, and I rebuilt it, then, I needed to re-do the brakes as well. I have been driving it for a while, so it is "on the road", and I now have the exact material for the interior, so it would seem I am ready for the whole restoration.

Jim

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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-10-16 12:03 AM (#15434 - in reply to #15407)
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Oh No! you fell for the old 'your from Jersey, what exit?' line.... Oh well welcome aboard Jim. Sounds like your the perfect candidate for spending some time here at this forum. I dont know if you have been visiting up til now, but you'll defineately find some good advice and just plain old friendly banter here.
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Posted 2004-10-16 12:40 AM (#15436 - in reply to #13204)
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Bloodhound41 checking in too from sunny Buffalo, NY.........just a stones throw away from lovely canada. Classic mopars seem to be at a shortage round here. Maybe I just need to look harder.

Best wishes to all
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Jims56DeS
Posted 2004-10-16 8:20 AM (#15444 - in reply to #15434)
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JERSEYBOB - 2004-10-16 2:03 AM

Oh No! you fell for the old 'your from Jersey, what exit?' line.... Oh well welcome aboard Jim. Sounds like your the perfect candidate for spending some time here at this forum. I dont know if you have been visiting up til now, but you'll defineately find some good advice and just plain old friendly banter here.


Actually, I used to read the Forward Look forum a long time ago, when it was the "Old" forum (remember that?), but, I have only recently started to read Forward Look again. Glad to be here.

Jim



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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-10-16 9:16 AM (#15445 - in reply to #15444)
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Oh yeah I remember the old forum. I was a constant guest just reading everything I could, but I never joined. I finally couldnt take it any more and I joined early this year. Im glad I did. Its a lot more fun participating than just just lookin' in the window. By the way, nice car. We share the same year Mopars.
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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-10-16 9:19 AM (#15447 - in reply to #15436)
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Call on RustyNewYorker; he's up your way. He knows of quite a few available. You'll just have to deal with the result of living in the rust belt. They're not getting any newer you know!
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Joe Mac
Posted 2004-10-16 1:04 PM (#15454 - in reply to #13204)
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Jim,
Beautiful DeSoto! A very impressive and desirable Forward Look example. Let's see more of it.

Hey Steve, did you hang the quarters on the Chrysler? I've got a set for my Regal Lancer that I want to do over this winter and I'd like to see the process done and take lessons. Let me know if I can come down to see your work. I'd be happy to give you a hand while I'm there on anything you're doing on the car. Drop me a line.
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Jims56DeS
Posted 2004-10-16 3:37 PM (#15457 - in reply to #15454)
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Joe Mac - 2004-10-16 3:04 PM

Jim,
Beautiful DeSoto! A very impressive and desirable Forward Look example. Let's see more of it.

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Thanks for the compliments, but OK, you asked for it, this picture is my favorite picture of my DeSoto. I sneaked onto the lawn with this F-86 as a guard in front of a Township municipal building in Burlington. I was only there for a few minutes, so I didn't think anyone would mind. Plus, I must admit, I touched up the photo a bit around the rear quarters, as they are rusty, and I didn't like that in the photo. This may be of some interest, the F-86 was built in 1955 and it did fly for the NJ Air National Gaurd too.

Jim





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JERSEYBOB
Posted 2004-10-16 4:20 PM (#15459 - in reply to #15457)
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Posted 2004-10-17 2:30 AM (#15489 - in reply to #13204)
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Hey guys, excuse please for being on your turf, but I get snoopy when 56's are mentioned. We don't hear much about 55-56 cars. Maybe we need a support group on FL. Do, you think that might increase participation from those owners?.....over......
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Jims56DeS
Posted 2004-10-17 8:37 AM (#15498 - in reply to #15489)
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Mopartoya - 2004-10-17 4:30 AM

Hey guys, excuse please for being on your turf, but I get snoopy when 56's are mentioned. We don't hear much about 55-56 cars. Maybe we need a support group on FL. Do, you think that might increase participation from those owners?.....over......


That is an interesting idea. In the DeSoto club, the 56 is the most owned car, with the 55 coming in second. I will have to get the counts on those and post them. I wonder where all of these people are... The DeSoto forums are really slow and that is all the years of DeSoto, so that may be an indication on why you may not see many here too. That is one of the reasons I would love to see someone make repair panels for the 55 and 56. It seems there may be a market for them.

Jim
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Posted 2004-10-17 2:10 PM (#15518 - in reply to #15489)
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Yeah, I like the idea. It just seems like all everyone is interested in is '57, '58', and '59 Plymouths. I understand the interest but I know my preference always turns toward the '55, '56 years no matter which Mopar family it came from.
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-17 8:16 PM (#15541 - in reply to #13204)
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Jim

Do you know Ed Vanderhoff from West Orange?  He invites me tp all the Desoto shows. . .  I got my 59 Saratoga from him a few months back.

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Jims56DeS
Posted 2004-10-17 8:44 PM (#15548 - in reply to #13204)
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Sorry, I don't know him personally, although, his name is sort of ringing a bell. Possibly I have met him at a National DeSoto meet? The Oranges are way north of me, and I rarely go up to northern New Jersey.

Jim
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Posted 2004-10-18 1:59 AM (#15576 - in reply to #15518)
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Yes J Bob, my sentiments exactly. If there were a little section for the 55 -56 all make mopars where do you think it might be? I see the 57- 58 Plymouths have their own section. I wonder tho if this would detract from the disscussion forum?
All the makes 57-62 have similarities and are distinctly different from 55-56. I know there are several 55-56 owners but they just don't post very much about their cars.
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Posted 2004-10-18 8:06 AM (#15579 - in reply to #13204)
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Jim,
Great picture. That would probably qualify for a calender shot, sumbit it to our Fearless Leader Dave. It's clear where the designers of the day were getting inspiration when you see period production comparisons like this picture. Swept wing indeed!
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Jims56DeS
Posted 2004-10-18 8:28 AM (#15582 - in reply to #13204)
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Joe, I am still new here, so Who is Dave, and Where would I submit it?

Jim
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Posted 2004-10-20 1:08 PM (#15812 - in reply to #15582)
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Dave Stragand who also goes by the omnipotent title of Administator. He invited submissions for the upcoming calendar some weeks back. It may be too late for this year, I see he has already posted the candidates for voting.
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-20 5:56 PM (#15830 - in reply to #15812)
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Joe

You have until tomorrow.  Get it in tonight.  You got mine!

Here's the link  http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=2313&posts=1

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Posted 2004-10-20 7:52 PM (#15846 - in reply to #15830)
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The deadline was September 25th, Sorry!  But take some good pictures for next year -- beautiful car!
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Posted 2004-11-06 5:42 AM (#17238 - in reply to #13204)
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hi, steve here, love exner fl cars, but no car for me. i did own a 1960 plymuth fury conv.
in 1978, but sold it soon after. it ran great, looked good, but had hidden rot in the quarters
and needed an axle bearing. hard to find even then. sold it to a now defunct mopar
repair shop in boston called j&s garage. it was baby blue (orig.silver). i heard a lady in
cambridge,mass bought it then and restored it with it's orig. silver color. any of you
guys seen it?

also, is there a group or members here in mass., or boston? thanks

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62chrysler
Posted 2004-11-06 9:19 AM (#17249 - in reply to #13204)
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Gee I dunno'. . . What do you think guys. . . should we let a Bostonian in to the elite???  LOL  Of coarse you can be in this group!  The more the merrier!  Welcome to the North East Metro Group  We'll just change the name for you so you fit in here better.  LOL  Welcome aboard.

That's too bad about parting with your Plymouth.  I had a Bronze one 35 years ago. . . Kick myself in can for letting it go now. . .  But heck!  I was just a kid then.  As our Limey freind in England, Diesel45 (Fred) says. ."whippersnappers"!

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Posted 2005-04-29 2:56 PM (#29618 - in reply to #13204)
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Looking for a 1960 MoPar Square steering wheel >
prefer a Clear Plymouth unit with the Butterfly
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Posted 2015-05-26 12:47 AM (#479416 - in reply to #13204)
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Posted 2015-05-26 6:58 AM (#479423 - in reply to #13204)
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Hi Mike
Post a few Pictures For us.
When You Get it on The Road, I'll meet you at The Chatterbox on Saturday Night.
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Posted 2015-08-13 12:38 PM (#487049 - in reply to #13204)
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Posted 2015-08-13 6:23 PM (#487070 - in reply to #13204)
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Posted 2016-01-12 7:19 PM (#500864 - in reply to #487070)
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Just seeing this now, sorry lol

 

I'm driving this beast, a 58 Coronet

 

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Posted 2016-03-01 5:21 PM (#505579 - in reply to #13204)
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Western CT chiming in...
Got me a '60 Valiant V200 Suburban.
OK, maybe it's not what some would consider FW but you've got to admit it still screams Exner!



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