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Need some help with my 53'

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No Shine 53

Need some help with my 53'

Post #1 by No Shine 53 » Thu Feb 19, 2004 3:32 am

I just got a 53' plymouth it has a flat 6 in it.. it doesnt run.. i need to get some parts for it where would be the best place to look.. if anyone could direct me to he right place i would be very happy!

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Post #2 by cdherman » Tue May 11, 2004 9:48 am

That engine I think was used in a number of applications, including old farm machinery (Massy Combines, for instance). The flat top six was quite common -- you should start with your local parts place. I was amazed just what all I found when looking at autozone online.

I have not started on my 54 Plymouth savoy project yet, but I have been looking for resources. Havn't found a lot of good online stuff yet unfortunately.

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Post #3 by I66coupe » Sun Jun 20, 2004 10:14 pm

Try Hemmings Motor News. The bible of the old car hobby/
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Post #4 by Asa » Mon Jun 21, 2004 3:20 pm

i've heard a couple of people talk about this place, might help
http://www.kanter.com/
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