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12-27-2008 06:25 AM
budthespud
They were still doing it in 78

My buddy had a 78 Z28 and he was at the car was one day cleaning his car. He had some crap on the trim around the window so he gave it a blast with the pressure wash and the paint peeled off. I realize it wasn't chrome but S.Steel instead. My 2 cents.
12-25-2008 10:35 PM
laguna
Looks like a go

Seems to have a lot of the parts "there" and it looks solid... I just can't figure out what that white stuff is on it... some kind of mold? There was some on the ground too...???

Merry Christmas all
12-20-2008 01:03 AM
star_screem70 what would i do about external parts, gaskets, hoses, etc.
12-19-2008 12:36 AM
carsavvycook For internal engine parts on old cars these guys are incredible. Check them out, it's worth it. What's impressive, if they don't have it in stock, they make it.

http://www.egge.com/about.shtml
12-18-2008 10:53 PM
star_screem70 so where would i go about looking into finding a rebuild kit as far as the motor goes for this car? i would like to try and just rebuild/freshen up a few areas that could make this car a driver possibly, rather than let in sit idle waiting...
12-18-2008 05:14 PM
star_screem70 im cleanin it out as we speak, but the fabulous freezing temps and random snow storms, well...delay process
12-18-2008 02:33 PM
moontanker
Dodge Brothers

That is a thing of beauty.I had a 40 plymouth and a 40 desoto and I love this find of yours.Get that on the road and get ready for...What is it?
12-18-2008 12:56 PM
moontanker
old mopar

My third rod a 40 desoto.WhenI saw this fine car I was very happy,IT looks in good shape.
12-18-2008 12:49 PM
F&J rewriting history?......
12-18-2008 11:55 AM
maczxcv
he is wrong

1941 is the last year they made cars in the us becaus of the war the cars they made in 42 did not come out tell 47
12-16-2008 10:22 PM
star_screem70 not to say if any of you are personally interested...but i am throwing this car out there as possble buy material or possbile trade material...let people know if there looking for a dodge, a great find, but not able to do full original resto...just throwing that out there...looking for another sedan or truck...
12-16-2008 07:20 PM
ScoTFrenzel
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Originally Posted by F&J
Errr, wrong again..

This is a 46..
http://www.hubcapcafe.com/ocs/pages01/dodg4601.htm


That car looks like a 42 to me, surely not a 46. The 46 had the new grille treatment.
Various places have varying pictures.

I stand corrected. Thanks for the correction.

This says the fluid drive appeared in the 41.
http://www.allpar.com/mopar/fluidrive.html
12-16-2008 06:40 PM
star_screem70 im not real positive, doubtful, but ill definately check into it and forward the info
12-16-2008 06:35 PM
38Dodgebiz
Quote:
Originally Posted by star_screem70
plus the guy i bought it from has a yard full of like 11 desoto and dodges of the same years just about...from 40-44
Does he have any '38 Dodges / parts? I need window garnish trim for both sides of my 1938 D8 business coupe. I am also looking for tail light and headlight bezels.

Thanks, Tom
12-16-2008 06:32 PM
Oldguy48 Is there any possibility that this vehicle is Canadian? It seems that the Canadian models sometimes used Plymouth bodies, and Dodge trim, etc. I'm certainly no expert on those models, but I have seen some on other websites that looked a bit out of the ordinary. Still beautiful cars, nonetheless, but different.
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