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02-08-2004 05:45 AM
38 special I've got a 38 DeSoto which was later bought out by Dodge. Does that count? (well actually my car dosen't count. I have to count for it. )
02-07-2004 10:09 AM
Crazy Mopar Guy I guess you will be at the Portland Swap Meet earlymopar?

We go every year. I've gone since 1985, it's usually a 6 hour trip, not including the border wait, but it's well worth it!!!!!!!
02-07-2004 08:20 AM
earlymopar 37 Dodge, all-Mopar pickup here, in progress although looking good. Am looking for the L & R grill surround moldings (same as 36'sedan, coupe and commcerical). Nice cars guys!
02-03-2004 02:37 AM
dodge brothers plym

your coupe looks good ive got a 38 dodge 4d sedan
and a 34 chicken coupe ( rust bucket ) see my album
the coupe photos are in klassic 100's old album

ive been trying to do an hoour or so every night
and im making progress on my rebuild
good luck ian
02-02-2004 09:54 AM
Hemi_Joel That was a cool video! Good motivation.
02-01-2004 11:40 AM
Crazy Mopar Guy Dangit!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks Duece, I'm old.........
01-31-2004 10:15 AM

The Hemi powered Ford clip is in the General Rodding Tech forum.........not the lounge.........

01-31-2004 10:06 AM
Crazy Mopar Guy Your Coupe looks awesome Hemi_Joel.

The engine looks great that way. Have you seen the video of the Hemi powered Coupe pulling gears in the "Lounge"? It's HAIRY!
01-30-2004 04:41 PM
Hemi_Joel Hi, I'm a new guy here.

I have a 31 Plymouth Coupe. As you can see, it's a project car, but I really like it.
01-24-2004 11:57 AM
Crazy Mopar Guy
Originally posted by Deuce
I like looking at them........they make my Fords look oh so much better
Well, they sure couldn't make your Fords look any worse?

01-24-2004 09:33 AM

The early Dodge/Plymouth cars make a good basis for a neat Rod..... They were built with better frames and brakes than the more popular (and prettier) Fords of the same era.

The old 6 cylinder engines had long crankshafts and bearing problems when used in a performance way......

They did not have a lot of interchangeability so that hurts them also. Try to get the most complete car you can to start with.

I like looking at them........they make my Fords look oh so much better

01-24-2004 07:54 AM
Dodge Rod in the garage? STILL!

I have a 37 Dodge business coupe. Plum Crazy purple,all steel. Mustang II front suspension and 12 Bolt posi out back.


Rat Rods Rule!
01-23-2004 10:04 PM
Crazy Mopar Guy I have my 1940, but I just sold a 1937 Plymouth 4 door sedan, I wanted to rod it for my woman but she thought it was for "older people".

Time to change wives.....
01-23-2004 09:39 PM
Pre-War Plymouth Street Rods?

Anybody got a 1935-1939 Plymoth Rod? I've got a '36 Plymouth sedan & I don't see many around.

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