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  1. Hello, Curious to try and figure out what this Intake Manifold and Carburetor set-up are off from? Any ideas or information would be helpful. Thanks.
  2. Another part that I have never come across, this very uniquely designed American Bosch Distributor. Might be a tractor part, outboard motor, but I've never seen anything like this for a car or truck... Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  3. Looking to try and identify the original usage for this very old Muncie Transmission. There are a few numbers in the case, but not sure which one might be a model number. Any information that could be provided on what this was originally used for would be great. Thanks.
  4. Wondered if anyone could fill me in on what exactly this is...I've never come across one of these, for all I know, might be a tractor part. Tag reads L.W. Jaeger Ignition Co., has a Bosch Magneto...please see pictures. Any information would be great. Thanks.
  5. Selling off a large collection of Distributor Caps, both NOS and NORS parts. Most all of them are in their original boxes, with the exception of a few dozen. All are labeled with Shurhit Catalog/Part Numbers. These cover a wide range of vehicles from the late 1920's into the 1960's, possibly a bit newer. Will sell in groups or individual pieces and I set-up to ship. Please send me a PM with your needs, and please include the Shurhit Catalog Number of the part or parts you are looking for. Thanks, Justin
  6. Looks like possibly a '35 to '36 era Mopar, maybe Ford Truck ??? Headlight mounting area should give it away for someone who knows what they are looking at.
  7. Thanks for everyone's help on this.
  8. Thanks for the help...just measured the bumper and it is 77 1/4" wide (overall width). I also agree that I think it's GM, it has overspray marks on the backside, of that blueish-green rubber coating that was sprayed on the bumper to protect the chrome from scratching in shipping...
  9. Hello, Here is the second bumper I am trying to identify...not even sure if it's a front or rear. Possibly mid 1960's era? Any help would be great. Thanks.
  10. Hello, I have a couple of bumpers I have been trying to ID for quite some time, and haven't had any luck. Here's the first one, I am assuming with the large cutouts in it, those are for tail lights, making it a rear bumper, but I could be wrong. I'm thinking it probably late 1960's, maybe even very early 1970's. Any information on this would be great. Thanks.
  11. Thanks for the help in identifying this.
  12. Found this Diecast Vent Window Frame this morning as I was sorting through a box of parts and would like to try and identify it. The part is labeled "1934" and has an old tag on it, but can't read any of the writing on the tag. The frame is primarily diecast and does have some sort of a gear driven mechanism on it. Two part numbers that are listed on this are; 107570 and 108500 and I believe it is a RH or Passenger's Side from the "R" designation following each part number. The upper portion of the frame is broken off, but there are some usable parts attached to the frame. Any information on this would be great. Thanks
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