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#2426464 - 12/31/17 02:11 PM Parts For Sale - Classic/Streetrods - 1st Quarter
moparts Offline

Registered: 01/19/03
Posts: 13853
Loc: Norwich CT USA

#2426785 - 12/31/17 07:49 PM Re: Parts For Sale - Classic/Streetrods - 1st Quarter [Re: moparts]
Goat330 Offline

Registered: 11/22/07
Posts: 339
Loc: Randolph, Ohio--N.E. Ohio
Audiovox cruise control CCS-100, NIB $100+S&H, Bill at or PM. Thanks for free ads Moparts!

Edited by Goat330 (12/31/17 07:53 PM)

#2427056 - 01/01/18 11:04 AM Re: 33 Plymouth Fiberglass Front Fenders for sale [Re: Goat330]
moparx Offline

Registered: 09/03/03
Posts: 8279
Loc: north of coder
1933 Plymouth Fiberglass Front Fenders. fit short wheelbase cars. Original AI Fiberglass out of Maryland [i think] bought in the early 80's. these have the inner splash shields included. They have never been mounted, although there are a couple small pieces cut out [which i have saved] for trial fit around where the upper control arms are. decided to go fender less, so now i don't need these. New from Speedway are $249 each. I'll take $225 for the pair. Pics available on request. I would rather not ship. Location : Brookville, Pa. PM me here or : moparx at windstream dot net.
THANK YOU MOPARTS for the add ! up

#2437473 - 01/19/18 11:26 AM 1930 Plymouth frame [Re: moparts]
RTSrunner Offline
pro stock

Registered: 11/03/03
Posts: 1255
Loc: Pittsburgh,PA
I have a 1930 (I believe 1930)Plymouth bare frame.It is in excellent uncut original condition. Excellent for a restoration or hotrod project.
Located in Pittsburgh,PA 15229
PM,E-mail or call/text
(I can text or e-mail pics,too big to load here)

#2451760 - 02/14/18 03:30 PM Instrument clusters and other stuff [Re: RTSrunner]
poorboy Offline

Registered: 01/19/03
Posts: 6129
Loc: Freeport IL USA
I have this collection of Instrument clusters I've been collecting for a few years. The time has arrived to send them to someone else.

Set 1 was purchased at a swap meet, so I have no idea if it actually functions. The dating of this cluster was what I was told and may or may not be correct. Prices are OBO, and do not include shipping from 61032.

1) 40s or early 50s Mopar. Cluster looks good and the temp gauge cap tube looks to be intact. $25

2) 39-47 Dodge truck. Speedo needle is broken, all the glass lenses are cracked. The temp gauge cap tube looks intact. Speedo, temp & oil pressure, and fuel & amp gauges. $20 This set was removed from a truck I purchased, condition is poor, and I have no idea if the gauges function.
PM me here. Gene

Cluster set # 1 has been sold! Gene





Edited by poorboy (02/15/18 12:04 AM)
Edit Reason: sold set $1

#2451763 - 02/14/18 03:41 PM Re: Instrument clusters and other stuff [Re: poorboy]
poorboy Offline

Registered: 01/19/03
Posts: 6129
Loc: Freeport IL USA
Another instrument cluster, this one purchased online. Supposed to be an early 30s Mopar cluster. The speedo, temp, oil pressure, fuel, and amp gauges are all separate gauges that originally mounted in the dash from behind. The cover plate and the glass lens were attached from the front side. I built a steel housing to hold all the gauges in line with the front cover plate and glass lens. The temp gauge has the needle broken off (it was like that when I bought it), but the cap tube looks great. These are very nice looking gauges, but I don't know if they function correctly.
$75 obo, plus shipping. PM me here. Gene

This instrument set has been sold! Thanks Moparts! Gene




Edited by poorboy (02/15/18 12:06 AM)
Edit Reason: instrument set sold!

#2451776 - 02/14/18 04:00 PM Heater box [Re: poorboy]
poorboy Offline

Registered: 01/19/03
Posts: 6129
Loc: Freeport IL USA
This is a no name heater box from a 30s-50s car or truck. It has the heater core (that holds an air pressure test and looks great) with a blower fan encased in a metal box. It has a couple of vent doors that open and close nicely, and there is a port to connect hoses to defrosted ducts (duct hoses not included).
Also included is a cable operated water valve with a small under dash panel that also has a blower switch. The cable functions well and opens and closes the water valve, and the valve holds air pressure through it operation range. I did not test the blower switch.
I came with a blower motor but it was the wrong shaft size. The existing motor may work, but the insulation on the wiring is really breaking up. It would require a motor with a 1/4" shaft. I have removed both the fan blades without damage, everything has be put back in proper location, but it would need to be dissembled to have the fan blade set screws tightened. The box heater would fit in a 10" x 10" x 10" area, with the mounting bolts and core hose attachments exceeding that area. $50 OBO + shipping. Pm me here. Gene






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