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Old 07-03-2011, 07:56 AM
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1937 plymouth sedan suspention

Hello, does anyone know if a volare front clip will fit 37 plymouth sedan if not what stock front clips has anyone used besides (after market mustang 2 ) Thanks Michael Happy 4th GOD BLESS THE USA

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The plymouth frame has a good front curve no need for dropped spindles. , save the tubular axle, It's worth a few bucks, My son took the one from his little brother's 36 plymouth to put under his 22 dodge bucket lakester, Junior looked at a 36 that was running a stock Mustang II crosmember and the 11 inch brake kit, said it sat JUST Right, Junior is working 2 jobs and doesn't have time to work on the 36. volarie might be cheaper but it is wider, I have seen a few under older pickups, Tex Smit has picts of the MII going into a mopar of that vintage in his book How to build Mopar hot rods
.... EDIT.... checked googleboopks, there is no preview available on line The title is " How to build Chrysler, Dodge,Plymouth Hotrods"
My son has the copy for reference on the project.

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I just finished a 1955 f100 that I put a volare clip on and it really drives nice had a 1939 chevy sedan I used a mustang 2 and the steering was a little to quick for me I would like to try a nova front clip but I think it would be to wide for the 37 plymouth sedan I am trying to buy ?
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Just completed a Dakota front clip on 38 Plymouth. Works well
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I haven't seen much about the dakota clip do you have any pics and what year did you use
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