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Anyone else building old dodge/plymouth other mopars?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by wayfarer, Nov 6, 2003.

  1. wayfarer
    Joined: Oct 17, 2003
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    Is there anyone else building old mopar stuff. I just finished my '49 wayfarer and would love to see other people's stuff.
     

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  2. wayfarer
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    Sorry wrong picture.
     

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  3. Paul
    Joined: Aug 29, 2002
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    my mutt,

    Dodge and Plymouth body/frame,

    Chevy Ford drivetrain.

    [​IMG]

    Paul
     
  4. daddylama
    Joined: Feb 20, 2002
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    what do you consider "old"?
    got a '55 belvedere, slowly transforming from semi-street letal bracket/drag car to a very mild custom daily driver... all mopar, inside and out...
     
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  5. plan9
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    thinkin about picking up a 33 plymouth sedan a friend got off ebay (was posted here)... would make a fun drag racer
     
  6. Chevy
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    I got this 39 Plymouth 4 door on my to do list.
     
  7. fatluckys
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    Wayfarers are cool! There's a 49 or 50 that I see cruisin' around here all the time. I've got a 54 Plymouth and I'm workin' on a 49 Ply biz coupe. Here's a glamour shot of the 54 (courtesy of George Brainard.)
     

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  8. wayfarer
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    nice car 60's style. Mine has a ford 9" in it too, but it's got a 440/727. The front suspension is mustang II, so I guess it's part dodge/ part ford
     
  9. Chevy
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    I can't make the picture work [​IMG]
     
  10. spudshaft
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    60's style - nice ride. I like the headlights especially
     
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  11. Mel
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    Don't know if you call it old, but I've got a '59 Dodge Coronet with a 326 poly... her name is Charlotte.

    ~Melissa
     
  12. Machinos
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    '47 Chrysler Windsor in pieces, and '55 Chrysler New Yorker (both sedans) sitting in the snow waiting to be driven [​IMG]
     
  13. 4woody
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    I'm in the process of a rewire, switch to 12v, new (old) finned head, dual intake, and headers, but it'll still look like this:
     

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  14. I got this for sale (subtle hint, shameless spam)
     

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  15. Rooster
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    Got a 34 Ply 2-sd that's about rough enough to only consider for a dirt track jalopy replica. Have several pieces that are coming to resemble a modified, In my Mind... Started with 33 Chrys cowl, 67 225 S-6 with Offy intake and hyd-clutch 3spd. Grille shell is Diamond-T/'52 Chevy hood and sheet. Arm load of Susp stuff stacked. Just a pile of junk on the back burner...
     
  16. 286merc
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
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    Ive got this 49 Chrysler sitting in the woods, havent figured what to do with it yet.
    Maybe next year unless someone wants it.
     

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  17. trey
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    old dodges eh? those arent old, this is old...


    btw, sweet ass car 60's

    trey
     
  18. cadlights
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    Here's my 39 Plymouth coupe just sitting waiting for spring.
    Oh, Ya! I run the Hemi sound thread a lot.
     

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  19. katzenhammer
    Joined: Aug 26, 2002
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    Ah yeah mind kinda thread! Mopars!

    this is mine. Not much to look at but it is my first significantly old car (other than two el caminos) that I have lovingly dumped gobs of time and money into (brakes, floor pans, milled head and gasket, hotter spark, mexican blanket, skeletons) and enjoy every minute of.

    Wayfarer, I dig yer Wayfarer..

    Presently I am workin on a fenton two deuce for it. I have tried to get an EDGY head for it but they never seem to respond to my emails. Are they around any more or what? Ah well other plans include splittin the exhaust manifold and some day building the motor up, I have a good friend who uses the same motor in a pullin tractor and it is chock full of goodies that make it pound... but fer now I just drive it and enjoy the hell out of it..

    Justin
     

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  20. katzenhammer
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    Here is a photshop I did one night while rollin my pants and greasing my hair..
     

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  21. Rocket88
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    Here's a couple of a friends 50. It's got a 360 and a 4 speed in it.
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
     
  22. Southfork
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    Well, since you asked, I've about gathered up all the necessary original parts (bodies, fenders, frames, hoods, grills, etc) for a pair of '37 plymouths and also 35 Dodge. On the far right in the picture is my '37 Plymouth pickup project; second from the right is my '37 Plymouth Delivery; and fourth from the right is my '35 Dodge coupe project. Would like to talk to other Hambers who have done Mopars of this vintage since most of my background is with old Fords and flatheads. I've got an want ad running right now for a Hemi to put in the '37 Delivery.
     

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  23. moparrodder
    Joined: Sep 23, 2003
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    I'm building a 40 Plymouth 2dr P-10 Deluxe. Just gettin a good start on the teardown so I have a ways to go. Also have a 39 and 46 ton and a half trucks I will be building next.
     
  24. moparrodder
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  25. I traded for this one-49 Ply- has potential ,but not working on it now.........
     
  26. fatluckys
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    I know this belongs in the classifieds but while you're all here... I've got an Edmunds dual intake for the bigger Chrysler/Desoto six that I wouldn't mind parting with.
     
  27. Deuce Roadster
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    [ QUOTE ]
    I'm building a 40 Plymouth 2dr P-10 Deluxe. Just gettin a good start on the teardown so I have a ways to go. Also have a 39 and 46 ton and a half trucks I will be building next.

    [/ QUOTE ]


    Heres the pic...from Starblvd

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  28. HAAS
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    This was a free car, 49 dodge 4 door, soon to be a 2 door convert...
     

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  29. 48_HEMI
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    I'm still building the only 52 Plymouth Belvedere 2 door hardtop wagon I ever seen. 270 Dodge Hemi with 3 speed overdrive [​IMG]
     
  30. cadlights
    Joined: Jun 12, 2003
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    from Hooper, Ut

    Hey, Southfork. I've got a real good 56 Desoto Hemi if you'd
    consider a baby Hemi. Might even consider selling an Edelbrock 4 barrel manifold that I have also for a Baby hemi.
     

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