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  1. For your consideration is an excellent original and working Fat Man steering wheel. A very unique accessory from the teen’s. This particular model is lockable and contains it’s original key. The mechanism operates smoothly and allows the steering wheel to rotate up and out of the way. The spline on the rear is perfect with no damage and is bolt on and go! The original wood has excellent patina. This has been hanging in a heated garage for decades and will prove to be an excellent opportunity to upgrade or replace. Asking $550 shipped in the USA. Please ask any questions.
  2. Would an original California black plate White 1957 interest you?
  3. I have a correct lens if you’re still looking. Please advise
  4. Thanks Dale, I’d love to see a few pictures if possible. Thanks for the continued digging
  5. Certainly interesting, thank you for digging out but not useful for me. Good luck
  6. Terry, I don’t have any of the stickpins but boy are they neat! I’m interested in the larger versions if you can help? Should I see any stickpins I’m happy to reach out. Thanks for sharing. Regards
  7. Looking to add early and unusual brass radiator scripts to my collection. Will consider other interesting attachments and accessories. Please let me know what you might have. Thanks in advance.
  8. For your consideration is an excellent opportunity to acquire an incredibly rare original tail light for a 1931 Chrysler. I believe this is a 1-year only light and used on their large Imperials and custom bodied cars but I could be wrong. Please advise accordingly. This light is 100% unrestored and unmolested and is complete down to the wire loom. I believe the LeBarron bodied cars used chrome stantions. All of the glass is free from damage and the original red Chrysler insert is also present and displays wonderfully. All of the original hardware is present. The license plate bracket is marked APLEX APCOR while the top of the chrome house is also marked APLEX ND. This is bolt on and go for a driver quality car or nice original survivor. I have not cleaned this light though it’s been displayed in a climate controlled collection for years. Very few 1931 Chrysler Imperial’s were made and finding another one could prove to be a lengthy quest. I tried to capture the originality and condition in the pictures and would be happy to send additional pictures if necessary. Please feel free to call me with any additional questions 3126560700. I would like to get this reunited with a car and back on the road again. Asking $2,500
  9. Thank you Matt, I concur! I would think someone could use it?
  10. For your consideration is an excellent and original Packard mascot for 1932-37 with Packard #194572. This has been rechromed at some point and displays wonderfully with excellent detail. This would be a wonderful addition to replace your worn or damaged cap or to supplement or replace a valet cap or to simply display as a part of an Automobilia collection. Happy to send additional pictures if needed please don’t hesitate to reach out. $650. 312-656-0700
  11. No chunck missing at all. 1 has stress crack but overall very nice lights