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Old 08-19-2005, 07:27 PM
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headlight buckets for my 37

hello all, i want to keep my original headlight buckets on the 37 plymouth. does anyone know of an adapter to put sealed beams(or halogens) in my RITEWAY headlight assembly.
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hello all, i want to keep my original headlight buckets on the 37 plymouth. does anyone know of an adapter to put sealed beams(or halogens) in my RITEWAY headlight assembly.
Sorry, I can't supply a proper answer for you, but, congrats on obtaining such a solid looking '37 Ply. I built a '37 Ply two-door sedan almost 30 years ago and the sealed beam adapters I used were some that came with the basket-case I started with. Through the passage of time I don't recall the manufacturer of them. They were some non-descript brand packaged in a Manilla envelope or two, if my memory serves me right.

I'm surprised you found such a solid looking car in Wisconsin (where I live), according to the license plate on it. After owning my '37 Ply for nearly 20 years I regretfully had to sell it a decade ago.

What are your plans for a drivetrain and chassis modifications?

Although it wasn't a show car but a dependable driver I personally built and attended various Street Rod Nationals with, I have several photos of it in my photo album located at Hoodoo's photo album

If you have questions regarding options for updating the chassis or drivetrain, I'd be glad to help you any way I can.

Good luck with your project, and, I hope you post photos of your progress.
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