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Old 03-26-2009, 03:18 PM
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1930's-eraPlymouth-Dodge frame specs?

In 2007, I asked for frame specs for a '37 Plymouth and I received a reply via private message. I have since provided those specs to several people.

The name of the person who supplied them has been lost, however, and I have encountered others who need similar information for other years.

I recall that the image came from a factory manual and would like to hear from the person who had the manual. Absent that, does anybody know _what_ manual they came from?


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Absent that, does anybody know _what_ manual they came from?
The only place I've personally seen them, is in factory manuals and from GM when they offered the free info for restorers and enthusiasts.

That was a while ago- since then I believe they started requiring a VIN to prove you had a vehicle like you were asking about the info for. Not that the VIN couldn't be "fabbed" by those who know how a GM VIN is put together.

Before the VIN requirement, I got several for Camaro's (1st and 2nd gen) and Malibu's (G body). I think I even got one for my '66 short bed Fleetside.

Pontiac used to offer similar info for a fee, IIRC- it's been a while and I don't recall the details.

FWIW, I have some 70's Chevy factory manuals that I would be happy to provide info from.

I know that doesn't help you w/your MOPARS, sorry.
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