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04-22-2006 05:21 PM
Henry Highrise Welcome to the Hotrodders Bulletin Board, make yourself at home and enjoy the site.



04-22-2006 12:39 PM
OneMoreTime
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There has been some stuff about early Mopars discussed in the past..Use the search and you will find it..Any questions just ask and someone will try and help you..

Sam
04-22-2006 11:47 AM
Bud Smith 225
NEW MAN Bud Smith

hey! my name is Bud Smith from Horsham PA and i don't quite know how i got to this web site but it seems just what i am looking for. i am building a
37 Plymouth coupe gasser style with the original front axle, 700r4 trans behind a 300 cube little DeSoto hemi. Trying to keep it mostly MOPAR. Also keeping the body mostly stock. Had this car as an antique since 1978 and got a little crazy( at least to my antique car friends) and took it all apart to make it GO and STOP. Hope someone else out there can help with info on suppliers of parts and things that i should avoid in working this project.
Thanks---Bud.

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