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Welcome! A hemi Dodge is a great addition to the site. And '37 is the best year for coupes. There wasn't a bad looking coupe made that year by any manufacturer.
 

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Welcome to our little home here 37. We live and breath Gassers here (and maybe a little bit of air, heh) so you came to the right place. We love all types, real ex-racecars, crazy street freaks, historical and just plain ol' close enough gassers. Anything with any Hemi is great stuff. A 37 Dodge should be a stunning Gasser, and right at home here. Like Vall said. Start yourself a build thread in the Project Section so we can slobber all over the screen at your car, lol. Glad you found us and joined in our madness. Looking forward to seeing what your doing. MArk L
 

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We thanks to all. yes I do plan on doing a hemi with auto just picked it up last week I have no history to it but was told it was a 37 dodge just no way that I can find to tell so I am going with its a 37 :). I have a guy with a old 392 and I am leaning towards but a new gen is also pretty cool .
 

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Yippee another Mopar, and an old coupe!! Welcome 37. We can probably help you figure out if that is a Dodge or Plymouth. Tight fit for a Hemi. Have fun, look around. Look forward to a build thread.
 

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View attachment 4867 Yippee another Mopar, and an old coupe!! Welcome 37. We can probably help you figure out if that is a Dodge or Plymouth. Tight fit for a Hemi. Have fun, look around. Look forward to a build thread.
Mike, I've got a friend who hangs out here occasionally (RICHIES) and is getting near finishing his '38 Plymouth coupe with an old hemi and dual quads in it. Hopefully he'll post pics some day! Not a gasser, but a very cool looking street rod! He had the old Austin A40 pickup that he sold recently.
There's a picture of the engine compartment of his coupe in his profile. It fits pretty snug!
http://www.gasserhotrods.com/forum/member.php?204-RICHIES

 

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Welcome to the Forum. Great people here. love the coupe you have and can't wait to see some build pics. Big fan of the hemi
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There was a fellow Mike the was a great sales man and really new his way around the Ingleese injection systems. Not sure if he hung in with Brian that long. I use to have the repair area there back in the 70's when the store was on Maine street I think. that was back when Brian had his Monza. He was a big rival of a friend of mine Chic who had Brignolo's chassis shop in the town I lived in. Im pretty sure I butchered Chics last name. :D
 

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Ok guys I have been able to buy a hood and all 4 fenders but can't find the grill support / radiator support dam !!!! It's frustrating but can't quit !!! No time to get out in the garage still knee deep in my kitchen remodel prob got 3 more week ends of it then game on !!! If any one know's where there is one please let me know thanks guys
 

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Scott are you talking about the rods that go from the firewall to the radiator? Are they on the sides of the firewall to some rectangular strap on the side of the radiator cowl? They are a little difficult to find, as you have found out. But I am pleased you found a hood, thats a score.
 
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