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Hot Rods Need the little grilles, 36 Plymouth P.U.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by B.A.KING, Feb 8, 2018.

  1. B.A.KING
    Joined: Apr 6, 2005
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    Looking for a friend of a friend.Some young girl hit the back of a truck like this and knocked it into the car in front of it.See the 2 little grille things under headlights? wreck broke both of them.(they are cast) Don't think they are re-poed.The tin part is ok, just the cast parts are broke. Anyone have any, or know where he can get a couple.Again its friend of a friend, and i have put a add in wanted section.
     
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  3. Oh....by the way....1937 was the very first year for the Plymouth pickup truck. There was no 1936 Plymouth pickup truck. The truck may have been sold in 1936 and registered as a 1936, but that was a common thing to do back then. Those are 1936 Dodge Brothers CAR fenders as the Plymouth and Dodge pickups did not have the little horn grilles. 1937 Plymouth pickup.jpg
     
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  4. B.A.KING
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    AHH he may have said 37.I've been to sleep(a Little ) since then.Thanks
     
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  5. john worden
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    I thought 38 was the first Ply. PU
    If you have the pieces it may be possible to weld/solder it all back together and then plate.
    Ask good plating companies if they can do the repair work.
    Not all platers do pot metal/die cast repair.
     
  6. Fortunateson
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    Muggy Weld for castings?
     
  7. Gerrys
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    Worst case could try installing a signal light if you could find something that was close.
     
  8. jbh
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    maybe some for a 36 without the grilles?
     
  9. That looks like a combination of a 1936 Dodge and 1936 Plymouth grille assembly. Maybe they were different than the USA made trucks. I know some Dodge front clips were attached to Plymouth bodies later in Canada.
     

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