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About hanski

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  • Birthday 12/04/1954


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    In the hobby since late 1960s. Collector of radiator emblems.

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  1. Fiberfab Avenger/Valkyrie. Bradley GT is a totally different car.
  2. It' s a Fiat 8V but who made those horrible fins I have no idea.
  3. hanski

    30's pickup

    These were made in Argentina based on Mercedes 170. This looks to be a pre-war one.
  4. 1980s Mercury Marquis hub cap emblem. May have been used in Ford LTD as well.
  5. These miniature badges were available from Harry Pulfer at price of $1.00 each...enclosed is a poor picture of his catalog and list of the makes.
  6. The winged one is an interior badge mounted in the door skin in a British car. I can't recall which one but it might be an SS (that's I've been told years ago but I'm not totally sure). The oval 'badge' may be not a badge at all - perhaps a cover moulding for a loudspeaker or..?
  7. I have this NOS chrome moulding that I try to identify. The stamping inside looks like a GM logo. It is a heavy piece and I find mounting quite odd. Any idea what it is?
  8. A friend of mine owned a 1941 Americar. As far as I know they were not officially imported to Finland but here is one in 1958! The grille is not original but taken from an Opel.
  9. The triangular plate is that of Ambi Budd Presswerk and goes together of that Hanomag serial plate. These were added later on as this car has nothing else to do with Hanomag or ABP.
  10. As mentioned the top one is from a Renault Dauphine (horn button). Can't recognise the other but somehow it resembles AHA Coachworks emblem but probably is something else.
  11. That's correct; RCH radiator emblem.
  12. 1931 Hanomag. The horse radiator mascot is correct for this car.
  13. The radiator script looks much like the Aerocar one...
  14. The bottom one is from an early 1950s Ford. It's an interior emblem in door panel. As Terry said the top one is from 1940s Dodge.
  15. Looks like 1950s Canadian Monarch steering wheel. The emblem is from a Monarch.