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Old 03-31-2003, 06:14 PM
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Hi everyone, this is my first posting to hotrodders.com please help me out if you can. I would like to know if anyone knows whether or not the fenders and running boards from a 1937 Plymouth 5 Window Coupe will also work on a 1937 Dodge 5 Window Coupe. If not, does anyone have an idea where I can obtain reproduction parts if they are available. Thanks for your help.

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The only info I have is the Plymouth has 112" wheelbase and the Dodge has 115" With different wheelbases they would have different bodies there fore I don't think the fenders would interchange.
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Old 04-02-2003, 08:14 AM
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The question of different wheelbases does not mean the fenders won't interchange. If the wheelbase change stretched the body the fenders may well interchange but the runningboards would not. The rear fenders probably do interchange any way.
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Good point, P-hotrod
My bad, Jack
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37 dodge coupe running boards

a company called PLYDO carries new boards fenders at decent price !
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