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  1. Does anyone know if this power seat switch plug is reproduced or does anyone have one or two in good condition? From what I have learned it was used on 1957-58 Cadillac, Pontiac, and Oldsmobile. Maybe others? Thanks, Rick
  2. Does anyone have a pair of chrome AC vents for 1959-60 Chevrolet? Thanks, Rick 314-283-6578
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    1931 1932 Pontiac Chevrolet Oldsmobile Convertible

    PLK, Those in the first image that have been repaired-were the round bases broken completely off then repaired of was the filler material added due to wear? What is the filler material, solder or brass?
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    1931 1932 Pontiac Chevrolet Oldsmobile Convertible

    I have been a member off and on. Can you share more info on who I should contact?
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    1931 1932 Cabriolet Windshield Posts

    Thanks, look forward to talking with you.
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    1946-1947 Hudson Parts for sale

    I'm searching for a convertible windshield center post outside chrome for a 46 convertible project. As I'm sure your know they are shorter than the closed cars.
  7. I posted once before but thought I would try again. I have a future project that I've been collecting parts for: 1931 Pontiac Cabriolet Coupe. 1931 & 1932 Pontiac/Oakland, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet all shared the relatively same cast windshield assembly to my understanding with exception of the center medallion that ties the two cowl bases together. I have everything except the windshield posts. Does anyone have a pair they would be willing to part with to save another one? Or does anyone have information on reproduction castings? Any help would be appreciated! Rick Kingston Springs, TN 615-504-4801
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    1931 1932 Cabriolet Windshield Posts

    I posted once before but thought I would try again. I have a future project that I've been collecting parts for: 1931 Pontiac Cabriolet Coupe. 1931 & 1932 Pontiac/Oakland, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet all shared the relatively same cast windshield assembly to my understanding with exception of the center medallion that ties the two cowl bases together. I have everything except the windshield posts. Does anyone have a pair they would be willing to part with to save another one? Or does anyone have information on reproduction castings? Any help would be appreciated! Rick Kingston Springs, TN 615-504-4801
  9. I posted once before but thought I would try again. I have a future project that I've been collecting parts for: 1931 Pontiac Cabriolet Coupe. 1931 & 1932 Pontiac/Oakland, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet all shared the relatively same cast windshield assembly to my understanding with exception of the center medallion that ties the two cowl bases together. I have everything except the windshield posts. Does anyone have a pair they would be willing to part with to save another one? Or does anyone have information on reproduction castings? Any help would be appreciated! Rick Kingston Springs, TN 615-504-4801
  10. I have a future project that I've been collecting parts for: 1931 Pontiac Cabriolet Coupe. 1931 & 1932 Pontiac/Oakland, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet all shared the relatively same cast windshield assembly to my understanding with exception of the center medallion that ties the two cowl bases together. I have everything except the windshield posts. The ones that came with my car have the lower halves of the pivot diameters broken off. Does, has, or would anyone consider recasting these parts or does anyone have a pair they would be willing to part with to save another one? Any help would be appreciated! Rick Kingston Springs, TN 615-504-4801
  11. I have a future project that I've been collecting parts for: 1931 Pontiac Cabriolet Coupe. 1931 & 1932 Pontiac/Oakland, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet all shared the relatively same cast windshield assembly to my understanding with exception of the center medallion that ties the two cowl bases together. I have everything except the windshield posts. The ones that came with my car have the lower halves of the pivot diameters broken off. Does, has, or would anyone consider recasting these parts or does anyone have a pair they would be willing to part with to save another one? Any help would be appreciated! Rick Kingston Springs, TN 615-504-4801
  12. I have a future project that I've been collecting parts for: 1931 Pontiac Cabriolet Coupe. 1931 & 1932 Pontiac/Oakland, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet all shared the relatively same cast windshield assembly to my understanding with exception of the center medallion that ties the two cowl bases together. I have everything except the windshield posts. The ones that came with my car have the lower halves of the pivot diameters broken off. Does, has, or would anyone consider recasting these parts or does anyone have a pair they would be willing to part with to save another one? Any help would be appreciated! RIck 615-504-4801
  13. I have a future project that I've been collecting parts for: 1931 Pontiac Cabriolet Coupe. 1931 & 1932 Pontiac/Oakland, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet all shared the relatively same cast windshield assembly to my understanding with exception of the center medallion that ties the two cowl bases together. I have everything except the windshield posts. The ones that came with my car have the lower halves of the pivot diameters broken off. Does, has, or would anyone consider recasting these parts or does anyone have a pair they would be willing to part with to save another one? Any help would be appreciated! RIck Kingston Springs, TN 615 504-4801
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    1931 Pontiac 5 window

    I have three 1930 Pontiacs and three 1931 Pontiacs so I may be of some help. The 1931 Pontiacs had a stamped steel running board (no wood) with the rubber mat vulcanized directly to the steel and an aluminum molding that covered only the outer edge. L & A Antique Auto Trim does have an excellent reproduction extrusion for the aluminum molding. And the pic shown at runningboardmat.com with the PONTIAC - 6 is very close to the original vulcanized mat. Of the three 1930 Pontiacs I have, only one had a small section of the rubber mat still intact. True, the 1930's were wooden runningboards with an aluminum molding that wrapped around three sides of the wood-between fenders and outside edge. The rubber mat on the 1930 had an image of the double Pontiac coin similar to the 1926-1928 radiator badge and the PONTIAC letters all within a 'boxed' area. I have never seen the 1930 mat reproduced.