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Old 10-25-2012, 06:58 PM
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1936 Chevy Parts

I have the opportunity to grab a bunch of 1936 Chevy parts-block- rear end suspension stuff. Not sure what else. I have some old BMW's but no hot rod cars. Will get a look at this stuff in a week or two. Is this worth looking into? If I can make some chump change on it cool but I'd hate to see this stuff get tossed. Not sure of the model but this is the nose of the car that the parts were for. Thanks in advance.
Doug M Kent New York
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Grab ALL the parts you can, there's always someone somewhere that will want to buy them.....you just have to find them by advertisement. Ebay, Hemmings etc.
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DON'T TOSS IT. Even if you had to give it away to somebody your doing the industry a service. When I was younger i threw to many parts away like a walnut shift nob and steering wheel for a first gen Firebird...Nobody wanted them then...NOW???

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chevy 36 parts

Maybe with a little luck I'll get a look next weekend. I heard it was a rear end,suspension parts and maybe a block. Do you know what model these are from by looking at the grill I posted in my 1st post? Thanks
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That grill looks like its a 36 master,,
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