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Post by Specialdeluxe » Fri Mar 18th, 2005 12:12

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Post by lauralightning » Tue Nov 3rd, 2009 1:08

hey, i am new here. sorry. not sure what the proper eticate is ... i recently aquired six or eight of these cars. i am only intending to keep one or two of them as complete. the others are gonna be available for parts. i am a salvage dealer located in florida.

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Post by p18plywood » Thu Nov 5th, 2009 6:45

Do you know what models and years the cars are? If you don't, can you post some pictures of the cars. We can help you identify them.
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Post by lauralightning » Thu Nov 5th, 2009 2:14

i am a bit challenged with the technology, and i can't seem to decode a vin older then 1965. but... the body plate under the hood says 705-115373

4dr 6cyl flathead
just says PLYMOUTH on the trunk

not alot of chrm trim, but has the wavy bumpers....
that's car one.

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Post by Johnny_S » Fri Nov 6th, 2009 11:26

Wavy bumpers .... that sounds like '49 Plymouth 2nd series. You are in the right place ... but how in the heck did you run into multiples all at once? And .... photos would be the best. I'm sure we can ID pretty much any Mopar of similar vintage.

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Post by lauralightning » Mon Nov 9th, 2009 10:21

my company baught the estate of an old junkman's. and i am sure from the collection that he was really a "ford" man.but. his dad must have liked the plymouths. because there is a small batch of them in the group. four of them seem relatively complete. a few where some ones projects he puchased. i have upgraded my cellphone to take pics. but i have not figured out how to get them in my computer yet. i will have it mastered before the end of the week. thanks for the website. laura ann

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