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Old 06-04-2013, 12:38 PM
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Need to find part from front end of 34 Plymouth Coupe PE

Shop scrapped my dad's bent up piece of metal. He's re-building his late brother's 1934 Plymouth Coupe PE. Anyone know what it's called and/or where to find one? It's the part in the center of the front end in the photo at the link below.

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if you did not yell at me and the others on here or used "HELP" in you post i bet someone would help!

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Perhaps you have me confused with another? I don't know you nor anyone else on here. This was my first post. Just trying to help my dad find a replacement so he can build this up for his dad. I appreciate any help anyone can offer.

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Also I did use "help" in the post. I couldn't tag it with help because it's "too common."
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I removed the HELP from the thread title. It is unneeded here.

members are helpful and a proper thread title gets better responses and the search function works better when a person is searching the forums
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I follow now. My apologies. Thank you!
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look around on this site they will have your part.

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front end

are u talking about the piece that is centered and just to the left of the rod/custom logo...??? if so, looks like rad support..
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There is a centre idler for the steering behind the front cross member, it has 3 holes in it for tie-rod ends. Seems you are throwing away a beautiful riding front end to replace it with something less !!! Can't imagine that they will be needing it now anyway.

Can I also suggest now that they have hacked this up that they check how think the steel is in the chassis at the bottom of the rails about where the front body bolts are. They fill with dirt and rust out there badly, and they were only 0.100 thick to begin with. Better if they cut off the rails right back to the x-member and started from there !!! Hope they built a jig to get it all hanging right again, otherwise all your sheetmetal will be out of whack.
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