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34 Dodge Sedan Lets See Them

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by hot_rod_bones, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. hot_rod_bones
    Joined: Sep 25, 2011
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    from topeka, ks

    im building a 34 dodge sedan. i have searched google images and have only seen a few, but most were rat rodded out.

    i would love to see more 34 dodge sedans, im sure we have a few on this wonderful site.

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  2. mgtstumpy
    Joined: Jul 20, 2006
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    Local Ozzie car
     

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  3. hot_rod_bones
    Joined: Sep 25, 2011
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    thats a beautiful one stumpy
     
  4. I did this car from a groundup on an old "field car" for a local guy a few years back......
    Some People said ya can't make a hotrod car out of a four door but I think it came out pretty good.

    It was a Luxury Rod/ Sleeper;;;;;)this model was called Towne Sedan, and that year they had two wheelbases so ya have to be sure you get the right fenders for the wheelbases...
    the color is original mix "Empire Maroon" metallic with clearcoat over it
    I used a 500 HP- 406" fuel injected Chevy engine and Richmond five speed trans and 9" pos rear end.
    I redid the original frame and added 4 wheel discs.... it has since relocated to pennsylvania....
    check out the 32 Ford bumpers Ha!
     

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  5. hot_rod_bones
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    luckily my fenders are repairable, might need to add an inch or two for the wider tire and wheel track i might be using
     
  6. oldcarfart
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    I had a DRXX in the mid '80's, nice cars, frames are like freight train grade.
     
  7. 29essex
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  8. hot_rod_bones
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    Thanks for the link Essex, I actually grabbed this car from a barn near souix falls.
     
  9. hot_rod_bones
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    any more out there, would love to see some chops
     
  10. Samster
    Joined: Sep 29, 2010
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    damn.. I want your fenders! hahhahhh
    cheers from Belgium..
    (mine's a pick up.. don't know it it counts upon here?)
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  11. DadsDodge
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    this was my Dads. taking space in my garage now.
     

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  12. daliant
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    My grandpa's ride back in the 40's
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  13. Toymont
    Joined: Jan 4, 2005
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    The 34 dodges are one of the best looking body styles in my opinion and they really dont need chopped. I love the look just the way they are
     
  14. hot_rod_bones
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    they dont need the chop, but i enjoyed doing mine. took 3 1/2 inches out. it looks amazing for the project im doing, may not be for everyone and will surely be flogged if i posted pics on this forum.
     
  15. mach1oh
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    Well let's see some pics of the chop, 3 1/2" is just about perfect. Getting ready to chop my 34 Plymouth.
     
  16. kwayne
    Joined: Aug 1, 2012
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    from Texas

    Need to find 34 Plymouth REAR Fenders BADLY!!! For a 4 Door Sedan...
     
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  17. hot_rod_bones
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  18. hot_rod_bones
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  19. hot_rod_bones
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    there is the 3 1/2" chop on my 34 dodge. until i get some time off from Afghanistan i wont have any newer photos. but from here on out, it will not be a traditional build, and will not be allowed on THE HAMB
     
  20. upspirate
    Joined: Apr 15, 2012
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    Here are before and after shots of my old 34 Dodge.....love this body style!!!

    Maybe another someday down the road
     

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  21. harpo1313
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    was a sedan.theres a few threads on here on the plymouths
     

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  22. Killer ride Harpo!
     
  23. hot_rod_bones
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    if thats the before and after, what the heck happened to it? i hope everyone got out safe. did you save anything off the car?

     
  24. hot_rod_bones
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    i love it, thanks for sharing it

     
  25. thedustmaker
    Joined: Aug 8, 2012
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    from houston

    here is my 34 ply its a rare one. its a PG ,if im correct they only made about 1000 of these short wheel base car .The car is all steel and almost in paint now .I customized alot on this jem...eric


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  26. Jen......
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    i have what is left of a 1934 dodge sedan in the backyard. i plan on useing some parts then sell what i dont need.


    Jen
     
  27. upspirate
    Joined: Apr 15, 2012
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    A guy ran a red light and hit us at a 45 degree angle at 45 MPH no brakes applied.
    We bought the total back for $1050,used the wheels & tires (3 were OK),stereo,battery, SW gauges in a 36 Chev P/U.

    Still have the teardrop taillights,3rd brake light,and 350 Chev engine in the garage for a future project.

    Sold the body,chassis,interior to another rodder for $2000 as it was beyond my skills to rebuild.

    We were lucky my ex-wife saw the guy coming...dark truck,night,I missed him and she yelled STOP!!!!If she hadn't, I wouldn't be typing this!

    We were VERY lucky!!!
     
  28. hot_rod_bones
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    Thats a nice looking ride. make share to share some pics with us when its all painted up.

     
  29. hot_rod_bones
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    WOW, im glad she saw it coming then. its a shame the car was in such disrepair. have you kept in touch with the other rodder, maybe seen thier progress on it.

    im kind of half heartedly looking for the rear and front lights, i also may need a new hood ornament. the one i bought from someone, ended halfing half of the bottom base cut off.

     
  30. signalsteve
    Joined: Nov 11, 2006
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    from NH

    here's mine
     

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