Dave Mellor NJ

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About Dave Mellor NJ

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  • Birthday 04/15/1949

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  1. That pair of fenders is 39-40 Dodge or Plymouth truck. In 41 and through to 47 the headlights went up on the crown instead of the valley between the fender and grille. They were also on the "VC" military truck all through the war
  2. The radiator behind the plaque looks repro. The originals have slight dips on the fins at every tube.
  3. Definitely 38 Ford truck. Sorry this is the best I can do for a pic
  4. Looks like those wheels are bent up and the axle is bent down
  5. Gives a new meaning to "Ram" truck
  6. Thi is 740 N Broad St in Woodbury. It looks like your dealership. There's a permit in the window from 8/17 saying it's going to be a Distillery but no work is being done.
  7. Possibly a 49 Plymouth for the other one
  8. my guess for the one is 64 Mercury
  9. I knew it was you. Bob. Nice picture. I had a friend whose dad worked there as a salesman for a while-- Bob Wilfong
  10. I had that problem with the cork in my Model A. I thought the Bratton float was neoprene, not nitrophyl but it's the way to go.
  11. Was the name Scott Wood Motors? If not, what was it?
  12. I think 10 leafs are right for any sedan but some people prefer a lighter spring. 7 or 8 for a roadster or phaeton
  13. The grille is 32 Ford commercial
  14. I thought this was a 46-47 Cadillac but they both had pontoon front fenders which extended into the doors. The front looks like a 48 Cadillac but, as is commonly known, that was the first year for the tail fin. The roof looks more like a 48 at the "C" pillar