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Old 06-07-2018, 02:56 PM
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New to the site with 37 Plymouth

New here from Plano, TX with a 37 Plymouth Coupe. Started my Mopar fascination with a 48 Plymouth Business Coupe I bought when I was 14 and drove through High School. Since then I have had a big block Cuda, 33 Plymouth Coupe, a 2nd 48 Plymouth Coupe and now a 37 Plymouth Coupe.

My dad raced dirt modifiedes back in the 60s when I was a kid and all his cars ran Mopars. He often drove for other owners though so would drive what ever they had. My uncle who was about 10 years older than me and lived next door also had a fairly quick 70 Road Runner. So, Mopars are kind of in my blood.
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Welcome from northern Iowa.
Very nice early iron, more picture's and information are always welcome.
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Welcome From SO-CAL....
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Welcome to the forum from Wheeling, WV!!!
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Old 03-30-2019, 08:59 AM
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Gave my 360 Magnum a bit of a face lift. New intake, valve covers, air cleaner, painted the engine and brackets. Still need to do a little wire / hose rerouting, but pretty happy with the outcome so far.

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Looks good 👍
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Did you get all the electrical gremlins fixed?
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Originally Posted by Iowan View Post
Did you get all the electrical gremlins fixed?
I did.

Turned out that my voltage regulator was not grounding well to the firewall. Scraped paint off the back of the flange and sanded the area on the firewall and everything started working fine.
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Looks Awesome.... Happy Cruising !!!!
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