Ashtrays, Buttons, Clocks, Knobs, Radios, Wipers, etc.
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when helping out a new friend ive made cleaning out this old house where the roof caved in on one of the rooms i came across a huge pile of plymouth parts from 47 to 49 most were 47 seeing thats what he has but i found like new door arm rest for my car with the stainless trim still on it and in great shape all i need to do is recover the arm rest to match my insides of my car i also came across alot of other like new parts like running lights and tail lights and hood imblems i felt like i found the lost ark but couldnt use any of it beouse it was for a 47 sedan
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i didnt take them i just piled everything up in a pile for him so he could sort thru it later but hes the kind of man if someone needed it he would sell it cheep or work it out in trade i only kept what i really needed the arm rest
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eBay is always a good place to list old car parts .... Mopar sells quite well usually. And, like Gerry recommends the P15-D24 site has a LOT of Mopar fans with that vintage of car who might be interested as well.
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