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big m
Posted 2005-07-08 7:57 PM (#34526)
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Here is a short list of cars that I am currently parting.
'56 Ply 2-door wagon
14 '57 plymouths, various models and body styles
3 '58 Plymouths, lower line models
6 '59 Plymouths, various models and body styles
1 '60 Ply wagon
1 '61 Ply belv. 4-door sedan

1 '57 DeSoto 4-door sedan

2 '57 Dodges, 2-door and 4-door sedan
2 '60 Dodge wagons
2 '61 Dodge sedans

2 '55 Chrys. 4-door sedans
3 '56 Chrys 4-door sedans
2 '57 Chrys 4-door sedans
1 '60 Chrys 4-door sedan

1 '59 Imperial 4-door sedan
3 60 Imperial 4-door hardtops, and one 2-door hardtops

Please e-mail me if you are looking for something in particular, and I will get back to you with the availability, condition, and price. ---John
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bigfinmopar56
Posted 2005-10-14 9:39 PM (#41721 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Big M! Are either of the `60 Dodge wagons be Dart models? I have a `60 Phoenix,and am looking for parts..Thanks Mike,bigfin..
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Posted 2005-10-15 1:03 AM (#41732 - in reply to #34526)
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Hey

Well Im always looking for another parts car 1959 chrysler New Yorker. Its not on the list but I figure I should atleast ask.


Casey
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matador440
Posted 2005-10-15 5:40 AM (#41736 - in reply to #41721)
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mike what are you looking for the 60 dodge?? I might be able to help

thanks smitty salvage04@aol.com
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Posted 2005-10-15 6:05 AM (#41737 - in reply to #41736)
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CASEY i have a 59 newyorker coming in for parts lat me know what you are looking for
thanks smitty salvage04@aol.com
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Posted 2005-11-03 9:31 PM (#42735 - in reply to #41736)
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Hi Matador 440! I`m looking for license plate trim,I have one but it`s pitted. Front fenders,Headlight bezels,rear bumper,I have one of these but its rough chromewise. Clock,I also but extra parts-just incase! Thanks,Mike-bigfin..
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Posted 2005-11-05 9:44 PM (#42872 - in reply to #34526)
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i'm still looking for those pesky little a/c vents for my '59 plymmy, the chrysler still have them?
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Posted 2005-11-05 10:57 PM (#42876 - in reply to #34526)
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I don't suppose you have a 71 fury or a 70 in fury in that collection.  I am looking for a front valance
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big m
Posted 2005-11-06 12:58 PM (#42919 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Steve, sorry, but i can't help you there. I do have a friend that has quite a few Mopars of the muscle era, with many for parts. His e-mail address is cudabee@clearconnects.com His name is Tom Barkhouse by the way.---John
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Posted 2006-03-11 9:50 AM (#51799 - in reply to #34526)
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how complete is the 1956 wagon. i need some parts for my 56 savoy 2 dr. thanks, daniel rump
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big m
Posted 2006-03-12 1:04 PM (#51874 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Dan, the wagon suffered an engine and light interior fire [dash area]. The car is solid, except some front floor areas, the hood is heat warped and NG, and the right front fender is missing. Let me know what you are needing, and I can check it out.---John
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Posted 2006-03-19 2:29 PM (#52403 - in reply to #34526)
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well i need a front seat and door side glass. how solid is the rear seating area? i need trunk a trunk pan. thanks, daniel
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big m
Posted 2006-03-20 1:32 PM (#52456 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Dan, I'll check those items out and get back to you with the descriptions. ---John
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big m
Posted 2006-03-20 7:56 PM (#52468 - in reply to #34526)
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Dan, I looked the 2-door wagon over inbetween cloudbursts today, the passenger floor area is rusty, and the door glass is crazed fron the heat of the dash fire. The tailgate is in good condition with no rust, and the spare tire well appears to be in excellent shape. I wasn't sure if you were working on a wagon or a sedan, but this is the only '55 or '56 I have currently. Please let me know, John
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Bryan1960Windsor
Posted 2006-03-22 10:53 AM (#52550 - in reply to #52468)
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Hi John,

Still have that 60 Chrysler sedan? If so, how's the stainless trim around the door windows? If it's good, and still there, what'd you want for the trim around all four windows / doors?

Many thanks for your time,
Bryan
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Posted 2006-03-22 5:47 PM (#52575 - in reply to #34526)
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big m,

My '58 Desoto Fireflite needs one of these.

 





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big m
Posted 2006-03-22 8:10 PM (#52592 - in reply to #34526)
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The closest thing I have would be a '57 Chrysler, I am not sure if this latch panel would be the same, although the fenders are basically the same. If you know this for sure, let me know and I can check it out. BTW, beautiful car!!! ---John
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Have Car Will Cruise
Posted 2006-03-23 5:39 PM (#52643 - in reply to #52592)
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I can't take credit for owning the car in the example picture. The car is Tom White's '58 Adventurer Fuelie.

As for the latch panel, my car doesn't have one. I am trying to compare pictures I found on the internet.

Edited by Have Car Will Cruise 2006-03-23 5:41 PM
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john59oldcar
Posted 2006-03-28 11:03 AM (#52929 - in reply to #34526)
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I am looking for a 56 Plymouth 2 dr htp or sedan body shell for a parts car. I need just the body shell only.
Thanks.
John
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big m
Posted 2006-03-28 1:43 PM (#52938 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi John, sorry, but I currently do not have one in stock. If I run across one, I will let you know.---John
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Posted 2006-04-03 1:10 PM (#53367 - in reply to #52938)
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Hi John,

Still have that 60 Chrysler sedan? If so, how's the stainless trim around the door windows? If it's good, and still there, what'd you want for the trim around all four windows / doors?

Many thanks for your time,
Bryan
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big m
Posted 2006-04-03 6:12 PM (#53392 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bryan, I checked the '60 out, and it still has the stainless trim around the window frames. Generally good condition, but there are a couple of tiny dings in a couple of the pieces. These would be fairly easy to fix, however. The price for the set would be100.00. Please let me know if you are interested, John
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Posted 2006-04-03 10:12 PM (#53413 - in reply to #53392)
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John, that sounds good and fair. Count me in for the set . Also, how about the trim that goes on the drip rail on the top above the doors? I'm needing one of those as well for each side also...

thanks again,
Bryan

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big m
Posted 2006-04-04 12:27 PM (#53444 - in reply to #34526)
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Bryan, the drip rail moldings are both missing. Please e-mail me re the other pieces, and I can start getting the items together.---John
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Posted 2006-04-04 7:15 PM (#53468 - in reply to #53444)
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Hi John,

Any leads on '57-'59 Plymouth sedan Solex windshields yet?

K.
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Posted 2006-04-05 7:17 PM (#53589 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Kenny, I did recently pick two cars up with tinted windows, a '58 Dodge sedan, and a '59 Suburban wagon, but on closer inspection, both of the windshields are cracked. I'll keep you in mind should a good one turn up.---John
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Posted 2006-04-07 11:13 PM (#53764 - in reply to #53444)
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John,

I meant to get back in touch with you sooner, been a bit busy lately, and this weekend I've got three cars at a large display at the Lowes Motor Speedway in Concord, NC... hopefully I should be able to send you that $$ via Paypal first of the week once things settle down.

Many thanks!

Bryan
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Posted 2006-04-08 1:11 PM (#53805 - in reply to #34526)
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No problem! ---John
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Posted 2006-04-09 8:28 PM (#53872 - in reply to #34526)
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mine is a sedan 2dr. post. thanks, daniel
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Posted 2006-04-12 9:12 PM (#54053 - in reply to #34526)
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Need the following parts from your '61 Plymouth.

1) Need right side horn.

2) Need parking brake pedal assembly with warning light switch.

3) Need wing nut for battery hold down.

4) Need the plastic clip in the center of the headliner that the sunvisors clip to. (Sunvisor holder?)

Items #2, #3 and #4 may also be on other Mopars of the era, but the horn is probably specific to the Plymouth.
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big m
Posted 2006-04-14 1:23 PM (#54133 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Rob, the '61 I have has a good visor center clip, and a right side horn. I will need to test the horn to determine if it is good. This Belvedere was not equipped with the parking brake warning light. If you still need these other items, please PM or e-mail me. Thanks, John
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Posted 2006-04-14 7:11 PM (#54150 - in reply to #54133)
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Hey John, Bryan here again. Before I send $$ to you, could I also ask if you have horns on that 60 Windsor? If so, whatcha want for those as well? Rather send you one lump to have you ship one box rather than keep bugging you for stuff LOL

thanks again,
Bryan
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big m
Posted 2006-04-14 7:51 PM (#54158 - in reply to #34526)
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Bryan, I'll check 'er out this evening.---John
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Posted 2006-04-22 10:56 PM (#54550 - in reply to #34526)
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1. ribbed roof moldings
2. upper and lower stainless for both driver/passenger sides. ( I don't need the elbows, upsweeps, or front fenders. Alreaddy got that)
3. gold center or "power steering" horn button. (just the round part)
4. both driver/passenger headlight doors and eyebrow trim
5. driver quality front bumper (no dents)
6. the stainless strip that runs under the trunk lip between the taillights
7. any stainless clips
8. 2x4 poly intake
9. "football" breathers"
10. a full set or "fury" chrome interior parts.
11. 150 mph speedo

I am making a Christine clone and if you would like to see the car you can at http://www.putfile.com/reddawg
If you can think of anything else that you have and I would need for the clone let me know on it as well.
Thanks
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Posted 2006-04-23 12:22 PM (#54583 - in reply to #54158)
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Thanks John,

$$ should be to you now.

Bryan
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Posted 2006-04-23 6:41 PM (#54610 - in reply to #34526)
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John,

I received the latch panel on Friday. It looks and fit great. Thanks!

Geoff





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big m
Posted 2006-04-24 8:40 PM (#54688 - in reply to #34526)
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Thanks for letting me know that it arrived safely.---John
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Posted 2006-05-08 2:41 PM (#55571 - in reply to #54158)
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Hi John, just making sure that you got the $$ for the window trim from the 60 Windsor as well as the horns...Paypal shows that the money transferred to you just fine.

I sent a bit more $$ than we agreed on just in case I needed to cover any extra shipping for adding in the horns...

Let me know when you ship out, and how you ship so I know to look out for the package.

Many thanks!
Bryan
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big m
Posted 2006-05-09 11:41 AM (#55645 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bryan, I got your package sent out Yesterday. If you need the fed-Ex tracking #, please let me know. It will take approx. 5-6 working days to get to you from Ca. Thanks again, John
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Posted 2006-05-09 4:33 PM (#55656 - in reply to #55645)
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John, Looking for a patch panel for a '60 belvedere. I need the passenger side lower quarter from the wheel to the bumper. Got anything?
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Posted 2006-05-09 5:55 PM (#55661 - in reply to #55645)
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John, sweet deal, thanks so much again!!!

If you happen to run across a 61 Newport by chance, there's a wonderfuly elusive piece of trim that goes just below the trunk lid, across side to side across the back...lemme know.

thanks again, will let you know when box gets here.
'preeshate it!!
Bryan
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Posted 2006-05-10 12:41 PM (#55729 - in reply to #34526)
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Tuxedo, I have my doubts on that panel, but I will check. And Bryan, I will be getting a '61 Newport four door sedan, just waiting on the guy to bring it this way. ---John
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Posted 2006-05-10 4:56 PM (#55745 - in reply to #55729)
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John, WOW, if I could put dibs on that piece of trim...if you get the car, and if the piece is there, and if it's in decent condition...just for a driver, need one on the car where there is none right now...this piece is often off of cars when I find them...

Let me know what you find out and when...I'll get right back to you.

thanks again!
Bryan
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Posted 2006-05-12 11:47 AM (#55864 - in reply to #34526)
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Brian,

There was a "NOS" one on e-bay that just sold for $325.00. Valley Vintage Auto Parts bought it. Maybe he is selling it? It might be for his 300G.

Item #8060925839 if you want to look!

BTW.... Saw the pics of your engine compartment. Wow! Nice and clean

Danny
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Posted 2006-05-12 4:59 PM (#55876 - in reply to #55864)
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Hi Danny, YES, i watched that one on ebay...dahum... That's the problem with having a Windsor or Newport...or even a NYer...you fight with the 300 folks for ANYthing you need...such is life LOL

Thanks for the kind words about Pearl's engine compartment...She's absolute pleasure to have, but with almost all of her components 46 years old now, I'm driving her less and less...the factory ribbed water hoses, for instance, are now starting to be not-so-supple...even with rubber treatments and natural oil feeding...must be the engine heat... I'm at the crossroad...replace stuff and upgrade or leave it and try to preserve and drive less and less...
Just had to replace her brake shoes not too long ago, and now shocks are needing replacement...
How original do you keep a car for how long?!?!?
Such is my delima now...

Bryan
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Posted 2006-05-12 8:01 PM (#55894 - in reply to #34526)
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Hi Bryan, I will let you know on that molding if it is there, as soon as the car arrives here. Your car is indeed beautifully original, but if there is a safety issue regarding replacing an original part, I would make your safety a priority.---John
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Posted 2006-05-15 9:55 AM (#56002 - in reply to #55894)
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Agreed John, I'm with you 100% on the safety thing...

Oh, the trim and the horns arrived this morning, and are in great shape!!! Super packing on your end, they arrived trouble free...thanks again!

Will be in touch, many thanks again!
Bryan
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Posted 2006-05-15 4:05 PM (#56024 - in reply to #55894)
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Hey John, one more thing... I just read in another post that you recently got a 59 Chrysler sedan in... would you happen to have the small plastic under-dash mount bracket for the emergency brake? It's the bracket that the emergency brake handle shaft slides through... mine is cracked through, and I've only seen one other one that wasn't in the same condition...

many thanks again for your time!

Bryan
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Posted 2006-05-16 11:54 AM (#56083 - in reply to #34526)
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I'll check it out for you, Bryan. ---John
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Posted 2006-05-16 12:51 PM (#56088 - in reply to #56083)
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Dahum, one more thing...you'd think I'd get it all together before asking!!

John, also needing a left hand rear tail light bezel for the 61 Newport if you find you have one that's not broken, cracked, or pitted too badly...again, for a driver, so no perfection needed, just one that's not cracked and broken like the one on the car here...

thanks again John!
Bryan
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