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  1. Thanks for the reply - that is what I had first thought, until I looked at the cap closer. The "Y" and "K" are fairly distinct and do not intersect or join with each other.
  2. Anyone good with identifying threaded hub caps? Looking to find the original usage for this 20" wood spoke wheel with a threaded hub cap stamped "YK" Looks like it might be off a large car or possibly a small truck. Any help or leads on information would be great. Thanks.
  3. Hello, Would like to see if anyone could provide any information on identifying this front fender - looks to me like an early to mid 1920's style fender and it has a unique pattern stamped into the area where the headlight mount is - shown in the second picture. Thanks for looking.
  4. Hello, A friend of mine recently came across this pair of old Drum Style Cowl Lights. They appear to be unused, but have absolutely no markings on them other than a very faint "220" on the inside edge of the frosted glass lenses. They are both fairly nice, haven't tested them, but I'm sure they would work. The plated bezels have (3) pins on the inside of them. The bezel attaches by twisting the pins into the light housing. The lights are roughly 3" in diameter and 2" deep. Notice in picture #2 - the mounting stud is not perpendi
  5. Hello, Just found this bucket seat that was mounted in a Model A Ford, but I'm fairly certain it isn't correct for that. Looks more 1934, 1935 or 1936 era to me and it does have a bit of wood in the construction of the seat base - in between the seat cushion springs and the metal frame. The back-rest folds down and is made of a stamped metal - no springs on the back-rest - just padding. And it appears as if it were adjustable, from the spring loaded handle on the seat track. Any ideas on what the original vehicle is for this seat?
  6. Thanks for everyone's input. Appreciate it.
  7. Hello, Wondered if this pair of wood spoke wheels are anything that anyone here could help provide any information on? These have very long axle hubs, nothing like I have ever come across. The wheels are 17" by 3 1/2" and the axle hub is tapered. The hub sticks out 5" from the wood spokes on the front and 3 3/4" from the back. The wood spokes look very crudely made, not to mention their condition. Any ideas would be great. Thanks.
  8. Any ideas on this Wood Grain Gauge Cluster? I've had this sitting around for years and have never been able to identify it. It's roughly 12" in overall length, and no part numbers listed on it anywhere that I can find. I was originally thinking it was late 1960's to early 1970's Jeep or AMC, but I don't think it is.
  9. Trying to figure out if these two pieces are "knobs" from a piece of furniture or some sort of trim or finish pieces for an automobile. I recently acquired these with a large batch of automotive emblems, hood ornaments and related items. Each piece measures 1 3/4" in diameter from the backside. They are also about 1 1/4" deep. The pieces are both die-cast and are fairly heavy for their size. Both are slightly surface pitted as well. These are both very well made and do have some age, and the screws that are in them are not long enough to go thr
  10. Thanks for the information from everyone. I appreciate the help.
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