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Old 06-22-2012, 01:20 PM
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It could be it I think came from northern mn.I know it is the same as a Plymouth body.

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Your first post says 48 Dodge and I see you are in MN, so this must be a Canadian Dodge. The Canadian Dodges are Plymouth bodies with Dodge grill, stainless and badging.

With the true Dodge bodies the front fenders extend into the doors.
This is true ,I was wondering why the front fenders looked like they would bolt right on my plymouth...heres a pic of a dodge..
Them Canadians are tricky.....
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That hood is totally different then this one as are the fenders. I know the guy said it was a Plymouth body with dodge trim. But sold by dodge as a cheap model.
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Old 06-23-2012, 09:52 PM
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This is true ,I was wondering why the front fenders looked like they would bolt right on my plymouth...heres a pic of a dodge..
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deadbodyman, what you show is a Chrysler not a dodge. The Chrysler had the stainless that wrapped around the fenders and to the wheel opening. Also the hood is flat across the front on the Chrysler.
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Your right again, Hk
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Got some pictures of the door jams done ,and the firewall. You will never quess what I found on the rt frame rail when I went to touch up for a little overspray. IT's a con-nok car.
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The original cloners..
mystery solved and a good little history lesson..
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