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where to get parts? 38 mopar coupe

If you have any ideas where I can get old mopar parts for the 1938 coupe please share them with me....I have found several things on e-bay, some at other various sites.....looking for headlight trim rings right now....approx. 7 inch rings.
I am also looking for a tan headliner....so far all I have found are black and white ones.

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PLYDO 1932-52 Plymouth & Dodge Parts
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thank you

I will be giving them a call....Thank you for the reply
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Check out the P15-D24 site, While it is targeted to 46-early 49 Plymouths and Dodges, a lot of the guys over there have earlier Mopars as well.

And I believe PlyDo is out of business.
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thanks I'll look at it

thank you for the reply you can never have too many places to buy parts
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