Has been a lot of years, but I think the guy is still in business, check out Hemmings Motor News on the web or at your newstand and look for a vendor in the Chryler/Dodge/Plymouth sections named Andy Bernbaum(I think that was the spelling of his last name, close anyway). I restored a '37 Plymouth business coupe many years ago and found this guy to be lots of help with parts, etc. If he doesn't exist any longer, Hemmings would still be a good place to check, lots of parts for sale in this book....PACO
I just finished my 36 Std. Chevy Coupe, 4 years worth. I did all interior except seats. The trim moldings are very rare, if you do not have the you are screwed. The Chevy and Plymoth turrets are same so if you can find a chevy 5 window trim moldings they would get you 85% closer. I think the front windshield is diffenent inside but quarter, doors and rear are same.
<a href="http://www.oldmoparts.com/" target="_blank">http://www.oldmoparts.com/</a>
this is the website for andy, hope it helps, i didn't look for the parts you needed, i gotta git to bed..lol. good luck
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