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Features The 1955-1956 Plymouth and Dodge Thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by MrBelvedere2, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. 565758 fury plymouth
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    I NEED A SET!! WHAT IS HIS PHONE NUMBER??? THANKS CHARLES
     
  2. This exact car has floated around my Orlando neighborhood for over 10 years
    Current owner seems hopeless to do anything with it
    Cars sitting outside in Florida is a death wish. Rust from the top down


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    Hi Charles,
    Sorry to take so long responding but just looked at the this site again after a long time. Name is Don Kuehn, Doorsills LLC, 81 Graham Ave, North Haledon, NJ, 07508. Phone 973-423-1196. Keep trying on the phone number if you don't get through right away. Took me a couple of days. Sills are great. Good Luck!
    Bill
     
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    Added lake pipes
     

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  12. Thanks Uncleandly65 for putting these out there !
     
  13. Studebakester
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    Uncleandy65, you appear to possibly be a MOPAR man. If you are I’d like to throw a request out to you. I’m looking for a pair of rear wheel openings from the rear quarter panels for a 61/62 Plymouth or Dodge that sweeps back beyond the tire. (From a 2 door) I haven’t had any luck at all locating any so far and may just have to make them. But I would rather find a set in good shape and adapt to my 54 Chevy quarter panels. Speaking of which, I could use a better example than I have of a passenger side quarter also from a 2 door. Just thought I’d throw that at there just in case. Thanx.


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  14. uncleandy 65
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    Hi, I have a couple of 67 GTX's and that is the only Mopar stuff I have. I can't remember seeing any of those cars you are looking for. I'll keep a lookout for you. Bill
     
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    Looking for advice on a suitable replacement clutch plate for my ‘56 230 flathead Plymouth. As I’m in New Zealand, ideally a place that I can get oil canister filters, water pump, gaskets etc too so that I can combine shipping. Rock Auto does everything I need except the clutch - unless there are compatible cross over models that I’m not aware off? Thanks in advance- Colin
     
  18. Hemihead_NHRA
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    Hey I know im not on here all that much, but you all might have some answers that’ll help me out quite a bit- I’m slowly restoring this ‘56 dodge Coronet club coupe, and I need some help finding some new leaf springs, hangers, etc... i was wondering if you all had any advice or offer some insight


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  19. Thought I would just check out my Hollander interchange manual - there is no multiple's on the 1956 down side on the disk - if you go up a few years to about 1959 the last year of the flathead six - I looked at the pressure plates which seamed to have a lot of different makes using the pressure plate and I'm thinking if we went with a 1959 set up maybe that would be more find-able on the disk. For some reason they are looking at the 1956 as a one year only flywheel. If you go up to a 1957 that goes to 1960 with a 318 being the same. Let me look again - I was into this pretty heavy at one time at the salvage yard and a 1957 six flywheel should bolt up to the early hemi along with the flywheel - so I pulled that set up years ago.

    Lawrence
     
  20. Does't matter much your not hear - think there's answer's if you go back a few threads - seams they are using maybe Dakota's or Ford Aerostar van's.
     
  21. ColDry
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    Thanks Lawrence! Didn’t think about going up in years. I might also look at dodge power wagons? Surely was the same for dodge?
     
  22. yes good idea - some power wagons did have 3 speeds and the flat head up to 1959 - the truck bell housings often have multiple engine adaptability......maybe I should look at that too....
     
  23. There's the Town Wagon or panel also - like a Suburban.....
     
  24. Hemihead_NHRA
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    I did look back a few pages and i think i saw what your talking about but is there anything else out there that might work?


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  25. Nice whips and infor gent's, I got another one (Preacher) might need a bit or two, 1956 Dodge Coronet . Cheers View attachment 4843481 thumbnail_IMG_1477.jpg
     

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    459B7773-3FC1-4C66-8959-8A5B59642141.jpeg 3D07D949-BBDA-4309-91E5-30788E693247.jpeg Came across this on the interwebs today. 56 Plymouth, 50 Stude front clip, on a 2000 4cyl fwd Hyundai frame. Enjoy....... 99CEAE11-B542-4B48-B71E-6844ED6D4DA1.jpeg
     
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