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Old 10-18-2005, 10:26 AM
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29' Dodge panels

I recently aquired a 29' Dodge Coupe and need to find out if any body panels are avilable. The rear roll pan, wheel wells, rockers, etc. I know Ford parts are everywhere, but here I am with another MoPar project and hope this time I can find a few parts without having to fabricate all I need. Appreciate any help anyone can offer. I also need a trunk lid, and have a pair of front fenders available for trade.

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I don't know where to get your panels but if you search out some vintage mopar web sites you will get in the loop and find everything that is available.

Another thing I do know is, as far as I am concerned the work is worth it to build something a little different, right on Dodge! And for goodness sakes, put a 340 in it! I think there enough small block chevy powered cars out there. Again, get in the loop and you will find using those less popular motors, trannies and rear ends are not that mysterious.


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Thanks for the suggestion, Brian. I was just visiting a Dodge Bros. club site, but didn't register yet. From what I gather those old stocker boys don't want to deal with anyone who is going to rod an old car, so will have to play it cool with them . As far as the 340, theyre a bit more expensive than my budget will allow, otherwise I would have one in my 39' Plymouth instead of a 318. This 29' is a rat project and I have a couple 322 nailheads setting in the garage just waiting for a new life with a four speed. Thanks again, later.
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