belairbob50

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About belairbob50

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  1. I am looking for someone with an outside sun visor on there car. It must be a HARDTOP. I am trying to duplicate the outside brackets that mount to the "A" pillar - NOT to the rain gutter. Photos and specific measurements would be very helpful. Can you help me out? Thank you.
  2. 1950, 51 or 52 Hardtop Outside Sunvisor Question

    Thank. I was hoping to get the exact measurement from the real deal. Maybe even a good close-up photo. I will have to invite two friends over to hold the visor so I can guesstimate it.
  3. I am looking for specific measurements from an outside sunvisor that would have been installed on a hardtop model - NOT a sedan. These outside brackets attach to the "A" pillar - NOT the rain gutter. If you have this sunvisor, I would like to get several measurements so I can duplicate them. Thanks
  4. I am looking for information regarding STOLLES GARAGE in Broad Brook Connecticut. Were they a dealership of General Motor vehicles or a repair facility? If they sold GM cars, what lines did they offer? Thank You
  5. Sheet Metal ID Help Needed

    I have 2 sheet metal panels that I purchased for a 1950 Chevrolet some time ago. Recently, I discovered that they are not for this vehicle. They have a GM parts tag attached with the part # 385483. These panels attach to either side of the radiator and to the front inner fender. The air duct hole for a Chevrolet is 4 1/4" - these have a 5 1/4" hole. That is why I am thinking they are for a larger GM vehicle like Oldsmobile, Buick or Cadillac. In the Chevrolet parts book, this type of part is listed in group 8.153 as a skirt-panel-extension-spacer-support-shield-retainer plate-front fender part #3688519. I have attached a photo for a better description. I am looking for information as to what these might fit, or point me in the right direction as to where I should look. Thank you.
  6. Sheet Metal Question

    I have 2 sheet metal panels that I purchased for a 1950 Chevrolet some time ago. Recently, I discovered that they are not for this vehicle. They have a GM parts tag attached with the part number 385483. These panels attach to either side of the radiator and to the front inner fender. The air duct hole for a Chevrolet is 4 1/4" - these have a 5 1/4" hole. That is why I am thinking they are for a larger GM vehicle like Oldsmobile. I asked this same question in the Buick Post War section as well as the Cadillac section, but with no results. In the Chevrolet parts book, this type of part is listed in group 8.153 as a skirt-panel-extension-spacer-support-shield-retainer plate-front fender part #3688519. I have attached a photo for a better description. I am looking for information as to what these might fit, or point me in the right direction as to where I should look. Thank you.
  7. Sheet Metal Question

    I have 2 sheet metal panels that I purchased for a 1950 Chevrolet some time ago. Recently, I discovered that they are not for this vehicle. They have a GM parts tag attached with the part number 385483. These panels attach to either side of the radiator and to the front inner fender. The air duct hole for a Chevrolet is 4 1/4" - these have a 5 1/4" hole. That is why I am thinking they are for a larger GM vehicle like Cadillac or Buick. In the Chevrolet parts book, this type of part is listed in group 8.153 as a skirt-panel-extension-spacer-support-shield-retainer plate-front fender part #3688519. I have attached a photo for a better description. I am looking for information as to what these might fit, or point me in the right direction as to where I should look. Thank you.
  8. Sheet Metal Question

    I have 2 sheet metal panels that I purchased for a 1950 Chevrolet some time ago. Recently, I discovered that they are not for this vehicle. They have a GM parts tag attached with the part number 385483. These panels attach to either side of the radiator and to the front inner fender. The air duct hole for a Chevrolet is 4 1/4" - these have a 5 1/4" hole. That is why I am thinking they are for a larger GM vehicle like Buick or Cadillac. In the Chevrolet parts book, this type of part is listed in group 8.153 as a skirt-panel-extension-spacer-support-shield-retainer plate-front fender part #3688519. I have attached a photo for a better description. I am looking for information as to what these might fit, or point me in the right direction as to where I should look. Thank you.