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  1. Found in an old closed dealership. Part number 987421 a bag a goat hair !?!? No, really it's goat hair. For stuffing seats? Oil bath cleaner,? Anyone have a clue.
  2. Early grill ID help please

    Thank you, I think you may have it. Also, uin the same box is a cowl light marked twolite, that appears to be from the same car. That was to be one of my next posts.
  3. Early grill ID help please

    More of the hoard to ID. this was to a large car, was once chrome plated still a little chrome left in last photo. Also the hole in the bottom is threaded. If it had a crank hole cover, it was threaded too. Most of this stuff has been in storage for over 40 years. That is when the family believes he stopped going to Hersey and other swap meets. Any help would be appreciated. This is just the beginning of this hoard, there is two trailers full of just doors alone. All seem to be early 1920's and earlier. PS I am not selling anything at this time. Just need help ID'ing what I acquired.
  4. More touring car doors

    Thank you Greg.
  5. More touring car doors

    Here is another set of early touring doors. Similar to the other set I posted earlier. Notice top guard on top of door lip. Hinges are similar to the sets of early dodge doors from this collection. Both doors are approximately 22 inches across. I have both sides (four doors). Unfortunately this gentleman never wrote anything down, had it all in his head. Most of this stuff has been in storage for over 40 years. That is when the family believes he stopped going to Hersey and other swap meets. Any help would be appreciated. This is just the beginning of this hoard, there is two trailers full of just doors alone. All seem to be early 1920's and earlier. PS I am not selling anything at this time. Just need help ID'ing what I acquired.
  6. Hello, I have a question about a fender I recently acquired. It is marked both 1931 series 50 and 1932 series 50. Are they both the same fender? This came from a large collection of Pre war parts I just got. Most were labeled but what isn't is turning out very hard for me to ID. Thanks everyone for looking in advance.
  7. Early touring doors ID help

    Only posted 3 requests for ID's in last 6 months. Replied to the two (including this one) that got responses. One must have everyone stumped, no replies. Did I miss something ??
  8. Parts ID help

    It is two piece and has been painted with a silver paint at some time in the past. Thanks
  9. Early touring doors ID help

    Got these with several other sets of touring doors (more posts soon) and boatload of very early parts. I have this set (both sides, total of 4 doors). Notice leather cover on top of each door, each door (front and rears) has pull handle, Square holes for top insert. Cool hinges, open very uniquely. Last photo show approximate dimensions. Anyone have a clue ??
  10. windshield frame ID help

    From an old barn I cleaned out. Very short Approximately 11" tall and 41" inches across. Hinged at top with 3 holes for wiper motor? Unique finger pulls and corner brackets. Can anyone ID ?
  11. NOS 1936 Plymouth pines winter front !!!

    Any interest?
  12. Parts ID help

    I believe the speedometer is a 1930 Nash ??
  13. Parts ID help

    From a large collection I just bought. This is what I can not ID yet.
  14. 1932 Ford parts

    BTTT
  15. New in the original box 1936 Plymouth pines winter front. Asking $400 which includes shipping to the lower 48 states. When will you find another one?? Great condition, the rubber molding around shell is starting to give up the ghost, will need to be replaced (it is 80 year old rubber after all). Quick search found some identical rubber molding sold by the foot. The masking tape is original, was used to prevent the peaked potion from getting rub damage from the box.