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I’m working on a 1947 Dodge Pickup, which in piece, is there a manual out there that covers all the body parts and show pictures of them and were they go? Thanks
 

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You need to "move into the neighborhood." Google forums where people are into those trucks. I don't have one or I would send you to it. But if it were a Chevy like mine (48) I could give links to forums that ONLY talk about them. When I had my 59 Rambler I had a few forums that ONLY talked about them too. You need to find something like that, or places where they sell parts to those trucks, they likely have a manual for you. But that is the trick to "move into the neighborhood."

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Yes the vintage powerwagons has tons of reproduction parts to keep military and civilian flatfenders as well as a bit of other vintage dodges on the road.

They have lots of exploded views in the catalogs.
They also sell technical service manuals on CD.
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Then you have Dodge of Central Michigan which has or can get every part you may want to fix up that Dodge
 

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Yes the vintage powerwagons has tons of reproduction parts to keep military and civilian flatfenders as well as a bit of other vintage dodges on the road.

They have lots of exploded views in the catalogs.
They also sell technical service manuals on CD.
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Then you have Dodge of Central Michigan which has or can get every part you may want to fix up that Dodge
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