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  1. I do not believe so. Coach doors are typically wider then the Sedan doors. Try your luck on the VCCA chat site.
  2. I have eighteen of these rim clamps and my best research indicates 1931 to 1933 Auburn Maybe others I do not know. Please confirm your application as I make no guarantee as to fitment. They all measure 1 1/4" wide and 1 1/2" tall overall. All for one price. $150.00 USD plus cost to mail. If I have incorrectly identified these please advise and I will repost appropriately.
  3. Okay I have eighteen of these rim clamps and my best research indicates 1931 to 1933 Auburn Maybe others I do not know. Please confirm your application as I make no guarantee as to fitment. They all measure 1 1/4" wide and 1 1/2" tall overall. All for one price. $150.00 USD plus cost to mail.
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    NAGS patterns, antique glass setting tools

    The problem with these old patterns is they are on cardboard and shrink. I recently had my glass done by an individual with a set of these patterns and when the glass was checked against the pattern they were way off and not consistently. The windshield pattern was about 1/2" too short and about 1" less in width. He ended up cutting using my original glass as I had it all out. So most likely these patterns are pretty much useless unless verified against original glass. If you need glass have the original copied or if its missing use some 1/4" hardboard and make a pattern that fits and then have the glass cut to match it.
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    1929 Chevrolet coupe

    It looks like you are missing a cross sill that should be behind the frame crossbar that holds the ebrake hanger. It would be 1 1/4" thick and have a 3/4" board behind it. I don't see the mortise for it? Also there should be a 3/4" board at the front seat directly behind the front floor board. These are permanently glued and screwed to the main sills.
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    1936 Ford Radio Complete.

    SOLD!
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    1935 1936 Ford Radio

    SOLD!
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    Complete Original 1936 Ford Radio

    This radio has been sold!
  9. Check out the pictures, Everything is there to mount including mounting bolts for the firewall. My dad had this for his 36 which he sold 30 years ago. Been in dry storage ever since. Was operational but has not been powered up. Has original speaker, excellent radio head and required cables. I have a second radio (cabinet only) and a head in poor condition for spares that can be purchased for extra if interested. $600 US plus shipping cost for pictured radio. Add an extra $100 for the parts radio to ship with.
  10. An original cast iron oil filter adaptor for Dodge Plymouth 340 engines (can be used on later design 318). This is cast iron and not the aftermarket aluminum one. An original part in excellent condition. Even has the original special bolt that is not stretched or damaged. A required part for 100 point restorations. $75 US plus postal cost.
  11. For sale three Stone rim clamps (see pictures) These are in very nice condition. Stone is stamped into the surface as well as number 46 and letter "C". $25 US plus cost to mail.
  12. I have three of these vintage Motor Wheel rim clamps. Not cracked overly worn or pitted. $25 US plus cost to mail them.
  13. A good working Schwarze Model 10, 6 volt, electric horn Yes it is an aaaaoooooghhhaa type. See pictures attached. $100 US plus shipping cost dependent on destination.