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  1. https://www.ebay.com/itm/173257935913?rmvSB=true SOLD!.....thx
  2. Smith headlight lenses 8-7/8"

    The link below is an eBay listing of a lens pair that look like a close fit. Pair of Legalite Headlamp Lenses
  3. Smith headlight lenses 8-7/8"

    1925 Star uses Smith lens in that pattern but I don't know size.
  4. My 1928-33 Chilton book gives <25% part number coverage for makes of the period. The only ones coming close with 7 digit part numbers are larger model Buicks. Typical Buick p/ns in the book are "12 x x x x x".
  5. Cast plate for car or possibly motorcycle

    It's creative! I vote to keep both original. It'll retain more value and character. Here's an excellent website on the subject: (I'll have to send a digital of my old plaque). http://www.carclubplaques.pairsite.com/Cities/None.htm http://www.carclubplaques.pairsite.com/carclubplaques.htm
  6. identify this hubcap?!

    It looks as if the center which is slightly off, might be a sticker added to a GM cap. (note similarity to this 82 Buick cap) Is there a dead center mounting hole on the backside?
  7. Magnify the 2 girls standing in front, near the taller girls rt ear I can make out it's a heart shape gille, also I think I see a partial logo. With that I can't come up with id....yet. Chev and Ford had heart shapes but I'm sure it's not them. Was photo taken somewhere in the 48 states?
  8. Miscellaneous parts to ID

    The middle 3 inside door handles are for 1940 , 41 Plymouth & Dodge. Possibly for earlier and other mopar models.
  9. Unknown steering wheel

    This page is from a 1940 Chevrolet Accessory book. Looking at the differences the mystery wheel might be 1941 or ??
  10. Wheels???

    The hub caps look to be '52 Hudson Pacemaker, but wheels look much earlier, possibly 1934 Hudson.
  11. Date this banner please

    It was a national "win a Packard" contest that took place May to June 1953 as defined in these Texas newspaper clips.
  12. I think this AACA License Plate frame goes back a ways. https://www.ebay.com/itm/173161902901?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  13. 1930s NOS clock need to ID

    Is this the web site you refer to? Scroll to 36 Lafayette. https://sites.google.com/site/identifyinginstrumentpanels/home/clocks-1930s
  14. What is this 1930s bumper guard fit?

    Here, we have a 1931 Buick Series 90 sporting a center guard looking like a good fit.
  15. Delco 4149 distributor

    Here's something on it: '30s -40s White LaFrance Federal Stewart Truck Declo-Remy distributor assembly.