A book that I have calls that one "plow share". No date is given. Yours may fit a late 1920s to early 1930s car or late 1930s or newer tractor.
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1931 Dodge Brothers DH6 business coupe w/ wire wheels
1931 Dodge Brothers DH6 business coupe w/ wood wheels (my 1st car and still have it)
1967 Dodge A100 V8 compact pickup
and visions of my past old cars
Tractor company, MM I think, but I'll try yo look it up tonight.
[QUOTE=TheMoneyPit;1024758]Tractor company, MM I think, but I'll try yo look it up tonight.
Thank you so much for helping out...
Well - I know I've seen it in a book before, but for the life of me I can't find it - I even looked thru a few tractor reproduction catalogs with no luck. If you go into the IHC (International Harvester) section you may find someone there that knows tractors better than I do.
Oliver Hart Parr Tractors 1930-1937 — 70 (Unstyled)
I guy with stant mfg co located it for me it is awesome thanks for your help.
Hello Cathy, I'm not sure if you had your question answered or not, but you have a 1935-1937 Oliver 70 tractor radiator cap. Usually most people dont have them on the tractors at tractor shows anymore because they're kind of rare, and mainly because people are prone to swipe them. I've got a 1936 Oliver 70, mine has one of the caps but im sure mine isn't original. If you ever want to sell yours I'd be more than interested. Thanks you, Carl Scott.
I make the reproduction plowshare caps and run accross the old caps. We do have the new one's in brass and alum.. My email is email@example.com and put in subject line Plowshare Radiator Caps. Thanks, Bob.
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