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  • Birthday 08/17/1935

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  1. Photos, are a great asset, when looking for parts on here ! We all have extra parts, that we don't know anything about. mikeburch
  2. This is a 1930 Model "A" Tudor, for sure. The brightwork on the roof line is something that someone dressed the "A" up with. It is not factory. mikeburch
  3. This nice set of hood sides is listed on the "FORDBARN" Forums. They are not 1933-34 Ford. Do you know what they fit ? Thank you, mikeburch
  4. These seemingly good hood sides are listed in the "FORDBARN" Forums. They are not 1933-34 Ford. Does anyone know, for sure, what they are ? Thank you, mikeburch
  5. I have a mirror matching pair (R&L) of solid brass, large carburetors that were originally on a American LaFrance fire truck. They are, probably not for your four cylinder model, but you might know of someone, who needs them. I can not photograph them, at this time. Thank you, mikeburch
  6. plk .................... Be patient. Maybe you will get enough clues to come up with an answer. mikeburch
  7. I have this 1936 Chevrolet Speedometer with the "AC" marking on it. mikeburch
  8. I am guessing that the chrome ones are after-market for a car or a boat, like "28 Chrysler" stated. mikeburch
  9. If it is automotive, I would guess a door pillar post, as "roysboystoys" suggested. mikeburch
  10. On the round FORD clutch and brake pedals, they look like they are all iron, without any rubber pads. If so, I understand that they are for trucks. mikeburch
  11. You will do much better in finding a regulator if you can post a picture of your matching regulator. mikeburch
  12. The bottom item is a touring car top hold-down. mikeburch
  13. STEVE, or anyone ........................ Headlight lens details are really not difficult to photograph. You just need to back-light them. mikeburch
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