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About 28 Chrysler

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  • Birthday 11/23/1953

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  1. Chrysler 66 Identity

    That FEDCO tag style was used in late 1928 and until they went with plate on the door pillar. Hard to tell but it looks like "LL" , it may take a bit of 400 grit sandpaper to highlight the lettering.
  2. Heirloom Tools

    Your gasket cutter is one tool that is not in my grandfather's Brace set. He never had any power tools.
  3. Can anyone tell me if this is a 6 volt or 12 volt horn??

    Try it on 6V first if that doesn't work or is week go to 12V.
  4. American Indians also used the same symbol at least 100 years before the Germans.
  5. It looks like there is a lip along the inside edge that would keep the unlatched door closed. Near the top of there are two screw holes that were most likely for a bracket that a rod or bar would go through. I presume there is two similar screw holes near the bottom
  6. Do good pictures help a sale?

    I think you could not use an open trailer for this one. Large parts falling off approaching highway speeds could be a problem.
  7. Lovejoy Shock

    Also looks like a Dodge DA shock.
  8. What have you learned on the AACA Forum?

    I learned that my 28 Chrysler can never be completely original because it doesn't have factory air. (in the tires)
  9. Bugatti-ish?

    ISH would be the only necessary part of the thread title. If any of you are desperate and want me to take photos and send them to you I suppose I could but I absolutely will not do a test drive.
  10. How warm is it where you are?

    Chili by the pool We might get rain today, first time since early September (117 days)
  11. I agree with the vagueness. If it turns over did you pull the choke ? If the temperature is very cold use the priming cups on the head.
  12. How warm is it where you are?

    Highs only in the mid to upper 60s here with lows way down in the 40s tonight. I am glad that I have not seen a block heater in years.
  13. Small Parts c. 1920-1950

    The center part looks like part of a hood latch from the teens - 20s.
  14. USED CAR Lifetime Guarantee WHAT YEAR is car?

    I was common practice after WWII in some car lots to sell add-ons if someone wanted to buy a car, even more so if there was not a trade in. My father had to buy seat covers and a bug screen to get a used Dodge in the early 50s.
  15. FOR SALE 1920's/30's CHRYSLER headlights pair

    I'll help you out a bit ,1924 - early 1926