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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. My 29 chrysler.in avatar
     
  2. tattoos by brandon
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    from salem ohio

    i got a 59 newyorker with the 413 goldenlion and by this spring will be a slammed to the ground custom and a 52 dodge thats a every day beater they are my first builds wish me luck and check out my thread on the 59 !!! great cars guys !
     

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  3. 36 ram
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    I just picked up this 36' dodge pickup, this is the way I found it, the chassis and drivetrain are done.
     

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  4. rockable
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    I like it! That's gonna make a cool ride!
     
  5. Dragracer65
    Joined: Oct 20, 2011
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    from Moore, Ok

    54 Plymouth Savoy, 28 Dodge Victory Six and 67 Dodge A100.
     
  6. bigguylilroof
    Joined: Jul 1, 2009
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    Ya buddy...48 Plymouth, 40 merc back window, 40 merc accessory skirts.... Will be tuff.... Whenever I get done...
     

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  7. bigrickl74
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    That thing is bad ass brotha!
     
  8. Autorodtechnologies
    Joined: Jan 19, 2012
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    I have a 37' Dodge P/U I hope to get to soon. I'll have to get some pics later.
     
  9. noodles56
    Joined: Sep 5, 2007
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    Anyone know of a replacement spring to use on a '56 Plymouth in order to lower it. My stock springs have been cut and it rides like crap so I'm looking to replace them. New ones from Kanter are $250 and then I'd have to heat them and would rather just buy something that I can throw in and save some cash.
     
  10. tjmercury
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    Just getting ready to shoe-horn in a 440 into my ole 50 5w coronet
     
  11. stevorunner
    Joined: May 27, 2010
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    1940 dodge p/u, starting the process of chopping the roof
    it will have a 1955 dodge 270 hemi when all done
     

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  12. AllthenamesIpickaretaken
    Joined: Mar 26, 2009
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    here is the 35 Dodge I am currently trying to tape together....
     

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  13. brianj
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    46 plymouth in my avatar, and a 32 plymouth coupe my father just finished.
     
  14. ramrod36
    Joined: Mar 20, 2007
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    from Upstate NY

    My MoPars - 36 Dodge Pick Up - 318, 904, 8 3/4; 55 Plymouth Suburban - 340, 727, 8 3/4; and 52 Dodge Pilothouse - 318, 904, Ford 9" (bought it with a Chevy and could not leave it there!) lc
     

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  15. Thank you, it's the right thing to do. :)
     
  16. 73RR
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    Of course you realize that a project thread, with lots of photos, is required...;)

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  17. 49Dodgeboy
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    wanta see pics on that one dude..
     
  18. mcaf
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    from Georgia

    I have a 37 Plymouth Pickup don't have pictures yet

    Mike
     
  19. Mullins
    Joined: Sep 1, 2007
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    I just picked up this project and saved it from rotting away in a old run down building. Someone started building it years ago and stopped. It came with a 440 and a short 727 trans out of a box truck. It's going to be a fun build.
     

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  20. Cool, cool, cool!!!



    BloodyKnuckles
     
  21. rockable
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    So, that's what "scary fast" means! :D
     
  22. Andrew Williams
    Joined: Feb 20, 2007
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    i don't know how old you are thinking about but i like mopars and drive a 66 chrysler 300 every day. i also have a 71 dodge pickup. i like mopars my dad once had a 33 plymouth and a few other chryslers. i'd like to get a 30s-40s-50s mopar some time.
     
  23. Rodshop
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    You have a lot more to work with than I started with. And! you have a rare convertible! Nice
     
  24. nice
     
  25. studly1
    Joined: Feb 2, 2012
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    studly1
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    from NC

    This gal has me practicing my mig welding skills on the weekends...
     

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  26. 4dr orphan
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    4dr orphan
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    from Michigan

    Oh man can I relate. The old guy vs the MIG wleder. Finally traced the problem to both fittings on the ends of the gas hoses needed to be re-crimpt.
     
  27. damn mullins you come up wit some cool chit
     
  28. stevorunner
    Joined: May 27, 2010
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    here is my 1940 dodge after a 3 inch chop
     

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  29. Molonewolf
    Joined: Jan 22, 2012
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    Built this one and sold it a short time ago. 49 buisness coupe.
     

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  30. shaneswensen
    Joined: Mar 4, 2012
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    shaneswensen
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    from utah

    i'm rodding a 37 d5 dodge pics coming
     

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