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  1. pint4

    Running lights or foglights?

    If they are side lights, then because they are not very large but are still substantial and quite well made and robust, one might think they would go on a larger car like a Packard or Pierce Arrow from the 30's. The rubber piece under the nut that conforms to the bracket threw me off a bit. Looks like an unique fit.
  2. Are these running lights or very small fog light like one would use on a sports car? The lens is only about 3 3/4"-4" diameter and is flat. They look to be specific to a certain vehicle versus universal. Actually considered they could be for a motorcycle. Thanks for looking.
  3. I think I can get one. Will check.
  4. Please PM me if you require an outside rear view mirror for your restoration and we will add your name to the list as we go through the inventory and get back to you if we find one that meets your needs. We have a significant number of mirrors produced by Jay Fisher as well as some repro hood ornaments and other miscellaneous items manufactured by Jay. Jay Fisher mirrors are on some of the finest restorations. There are also a limited number of engraved mirrors with the marque engraved on the mirror housing. Thanks.
  5. If original and nice chrome, is $3500 a fair price?
  6. Looking for input. Do you think $3500 is a fair price to pay for a really nice Kaiser Darrin grille ready to go? Thanks.
  7. pint4

    Hubcap ID help needed

    Thank you. I am impressed. I would never have figured them out on my own and I certainly would have never thought the last one was a McLaughlin-Buick. The P for Plymouth makes sense as does the De for Desoto. The Chrysler "C" is very ornate.
  8. pint4

    Hubcap ID help needed

    I am not familiar with the design on these hubcaps. I think they are off very early cars. Can someone shed some light on the year and name of the cars that might have used these hubcaps? I think the one with a "P" might be Packard or Pierce-Arrow. The Overland was the easy one but not sure of the year. Thanks. ?
  9. Are the numbers above for example or how they should actually look? Does any one have the 0 and the A-Z showing the correct font and size? To do a data plate right, it might be quite challenging. I would like it to look authentic as best as possible using a repro plate to start with. The question is where to start and finding someone who can do it right. Thanks,
  10. Thanks for everyone's help. I was able to purchase a repro plate from Bill Clark. Looks nice. Can't wait to have it stamped with the data. Has anyone ever had one of these brass plates stamped like the originals?
  11. I am looking for some assistance from someone who has a set of the correct outside rear view mirrors mounted on the windshield posts on their 1937 Packard 120 Convertible Coupe. Using reference points on the windshield post, I am looking for dimensions that show the exact location of the base and screws that hold the mirror in place. Thanks, Bob
  12. pint4

    Mirror Catalog Wanted

    Does anyone have an old copy of one of Jay Fischer's reproduction mirror catalogs on their shelf? If so, I am looking for a copy or even a copy of your copy. Thanks!
  13. I am looking for a Jay Fischer Repro Mirror catalog. Does anyone have a copy on their shelf? Even a copy of the catalog would work. Thanks.
  14. JW-I click on the email address in your post that says www.texaspackardmeet.com and my computer says it is an invalid address. That is why I am looking for Bill email address. Thanks.
  15. Does anyone have Bill Clark's email address? If so, please send it to Buickbob1935@gmail.com. Thanks.