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Old 10-23-2005, 06:19 PM
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1948 plymouth rat rod!

I am hotroddriver. I have been a gearhead and street racer since the 1970s.I am new to using computers and new to your website. I am currently building a 1948 plymouth 4 door rat rod. I am using a 1970 nova for a parts car. So far all is going very well. I will be seeking technicial help on a few matters, in particular- does anyone know what late model brake parts would bolt up to my plymouths spindles or are there late model spindles that could be used on my car? thanks much! : :


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We have a lot of rodders here with a lot of knowledge. I myself do not have a answer for you on the Plymouth brake conversion. Never owned a Plymouth.....but there are others here who do.....

Again ....WELCOME


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