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Old 03-08-2006, 11:04 PM
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1956 Plymouth Plaza suspension

Does anyone have diagrams of the front suspension on a 1956 Plymouth Plaza? Perhaps from a '56 manual? This was the last year that Plymouths used kingpins (last year for all the Mopars as I understand it), and I need to see what it looked like compaired to previous years. Thanks

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Old 03-11-2006, 11:04 PM
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1956 Plaza Plymouths .......are not exactly a hot bed of activity on this board....( and do not get your underwear in a wad ) ......so nobody has answered....

SO.......as modeartor, I am putting your question Back To The Top .....BTTT so some one may see it and answer your question.

I would imagine that a 56 Plymouth service manual would have what you want......

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Thanks! I didn't expect a load of responses, but I've seen a few of these, and figured someone might answer. Most of the manuals I've seen state that from the later 30's to '56, the front suspension was basically the same...not! I have a suspension upgrade for very late 40's cars and wanted to see if it would work with the '56. Thanks for responding.
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