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  1. Thanks for the information from everyone. I appreciate the help.
  2. Just wondered if anyone could help correctly ID these doors? I believe they are early 1950's (maybe to mid-50's) Buick Doors. No idea if they are 2-door or 4-door, but they are just short of 45" in overall length. Any help or information would be great. Thanks - Justin
  3. Thanks Dale...I would have never been able to figure that out on my own. Are they like a factory accessory of some sort - I ask as I only could find a few cars on Google that actually had them installed...most cars did not seem to have them. I figured it was off from something quite old - having threaded mounting studs. I appreciate your help.
  4. Hello, Trying to figure out what this emblem is from...make and model. It appears to be what looks like a hood emblem, or maybe for a quarter panel...not sure. There are no markings on it that I can see, no part numbers either. It has (3) studs on the back that are threaded, the part itself is roughly 6" to 7" long. Looks like something from the 1930's to me... Any ideas?
  5. Thanks everyone for their input and the help on identifying this. Looks like a NOS part, very clean underneath the layer of dust. Doesn't appear to have ever been installed. One more piece off the "unidentified shelf".
  6. Thanks for the info...I'll see what I can come up with searching pictures. I just noticed the shorter end on the piece is finished - the longer section looks like it has a piece of trim or molding that covers it slightly.
  7. Another piece saved from the scrap yard, this fairly heavy die-cast piece of molding or trim of some sort. By design, it looks to me to be from the mid to late 1950's, possibly even the early 1960's. Cast with part number 1860787 and it appears it might be for the left-hand side of the vehicle. I'm not up to speed on my Mopar stuff, and I don't have any parts catalogs to reference. No idea where it even fits on the vehicle. Any help would be great. Thanks.
  8. Hello, I recently saved a small batch of older parts from the scrap yard and I'm trying to correctly identify what I am able to. This looks to me to be like a Spare Tire Carrier that mounts to the underside of a truck bed. I believe it is Mopar, from the little bit of history I have on the group of parts. Wondered if anyone could confirm it's from a Dodge Truck, and if so, what model and model year. It's covered in dust from hanging in an old barn, but it doesn't appear to have ever been used. Any ideas? Thanks for looking.
  9. For sale is a large lot of GM - Chevrolet NOS Axle and Wheel Studs, and Lug Bolts. There are also some larger lug nuts and rim clamps mixed in. Please take a look at the pictures below. I didn't take a count, but I would estimate 400 to 500 pieces in the lot, maybe more. Everything looks to be NOS - unused parts, however, I didn't sort through ever single one of them. There might be a few used pieces mixed in. The majority of them are not identified, maybe 70% or so...there are some in boxes and cloth bags, while some singles also have wire tags with part numbers. These all vary in size, some look to be for cars while other look like they are from trucks. These were all stored in the parts room of a Chevrolet Dealership that closed down in 1981, so I would guess the parts all date from the late 1970's or earlier. Asking $200 or best offer for the lot. I can ship and will do my best to ship as cheap as possible. If interested or have any questions, please let me know. Thanks, Justin Phone: 989-798-1251 E-Mail: ateamspawn@chartermi.net
  10. Pulled this out of the garage the other day - forgot I had it... No idea what kind of vehicle this was originally used on, but would like to try and identify it. It's a 20" split rim, 6-lug, but I don't know the bolt pattern measurement - my bolt pattern gauge doesn't have a reading for a 6-lug pattern like this. It has an aluminum hubcap, not sure if it's original to the wheel or not, but it's badly damaged and not legible...looks like it might have had a logo or something stamped into it. Any ideas?
  11. Thanks for your help. I was thinking Ford Torino on the grille...but that wasn't a match. The cowl pieces are GM I found...mid-1960's.