Most are obvious, but these may need clarification.

"w/" - means 'for use with', not that the part following is included as a package with the part preceding.

S.W. - shelf wear SA - same as

INT W/ - interchangeable with

RF/LF/RR/LR - right front/left front/right rear/left rear LWB - long wheel base (7/8 passenger, Limousine)


All parts are NOS unless indicated. Aftermarket parts are listed as NOS only if they were used as original equipment (mostly Auto-Lite, Carter, Stromberg, Holley, Trico, Thompson, TRW, and Lockheed-Wagner).

Mild steel parts may have a light coating of surface rust.

Parts described as having a degree of shelf wear are not dented or rusted.

Chrome or stainless steel parts described as having 'faint' or 'very faint' wear often can be buffed to like-new condition. Don't hestitate to order shelf worn parts. We've been told on numerous occasions that parts we call 'shelf worn' are often superior to those described as mint NOS by other dealers. If not satisfied, you're fully protected by our return policy.


Our inventory listings are the most detailed and intensively researched ever published for any make. Yet in order to keep the applications readable we have to simplify a few of them. Extremely complex applications are generalized as 'early 50,' 'some 55-56', 'many DT 40-47', etc. Inquire, furnishing serial and engine numbers, if you're not certain whether a part fits your car.

Truck applications are shown only for parts unique to trucks. Many car parts are also used on trucks. Plymouth truck applications are shown only for parts not used on comparable Dodge trucks.

Applications use the terms 'compact', 'intermediate' and 'full size' beginning with the 1960, 1965 and 1965 models respectively. These terms can be confusing. For example Furies were full size cars through 1974. In 1975 'Fury' became an intermediate while the 'Gran Fury' remained full size. Monacos were full size cars through 1976. In 1977, the Monaco and Royal Monaco became intermediate and full size respectively. Cordobas are intermediates. Later the term 'mid-size' and 'regular size' came into use. If you're uncertain as to the correct category for your car, refer to the 'Model Chart' in front of your factory parts book.

Imperial is shown as a separate make beginning in 1957. 'Chrysler' parts for 1956 and prior years will fit Imperials unless indicated otherwise.

Dart is shown as a separate make beginning in 1963. Valiant, Lancer, Barracuda, Charger, Challenger and Cordoba are shown as separate makes from the time of their introduction.

'All' in an application modifies everything preceding. Example: P 51; D, DS 51-53; C 53-54; ALL WGN; C 55-56

This means that the part is used only on station wagons for the makes and years shown through 1954, and that it's also used on all 1955-56 Chryslers.

Application by make is separated by semicolons. Example: P, D 40-48; DS, C 46-48; 49-54; P, D 55

This means that the part is used on all 1949-54 passenger cars, as well as on the specified makes and years.

Here's another example:

P 51-52, 54       P 51-52;54

In the first instance, the part is used on 1951, 1952 and 1954 Plymouths. In the second, the application is 1951-52 Plymouths and all 1954 passenger cars.

The pluralization of a body style has a definite meaning. 'D 66 4D' indicates a 1966 Dodge four door sedan. 'D 66 4D's' means a 1966 Dodge four door sedan, four door hardtop and four door station wagon.

'H'top' in the application section indicates a two door hardtop. Parts for four door hardtops are designated '4D h'top'.

Model numbers are shown only when necessary for clarity. Don't confuse them with model years. For example 'D 50 Mod D-34' refers to a 1950 Dodge, Model D-34.


Neither the seller nor manufacturer is responsible for the use of parts listed herein, nor are they liable for loss, damage or injury arising directly or indirectly from the use of such parts. Seller further expressly disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, including any implied warranty of merchantability for any particular purpose.