Finespine

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About Finespine

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  • Birthday 07/18/1975
  1. I have a 1926 Pontiac radiator shell laying around that I have had for quite some time. I sold the project that this was going to go on and it's been in storage for a couple of years. If anyone is interested I would love to see it get used. Finish isn't the best but no dents or rust through. Pontiac emblem is missing. Let me know if you are interested. I was hoping to get my money back out of it, around $225 but I am willing to work a deal or trade. I am looking for 1916-25 dodge roadster decklid or 1916-1922 dodge brothers roadster doors. Quickest response back would be if you email me.
  2. I haven't either but l'm positive they were on a dodge frame. The whole set up bolts right on to the frame without modification and the leafs look like they are correct for DB's. I have not seen them on any old car. Any clues to what they could be off of if not DB? I'm really curious.
  3. Hey guys I've been reading through the forums since I stumbled across the site and have always found my answer until now, I need your help. I am trying to piece together an early dodge roadster and while I was scavenging through the not so local junk yard(I drove 2 hours one way) I came across these. Don't get mad that I had these torched off the frame because there wasn't much left. The only remains of this car were these leafs, the front section of the frame just past the cowl to the cross member with a partial serial number on it and the motor. The cowl and motor sitting on what was left of the frame were from a model A. I'm 95% positive it came off of a DB frame unless there is another company back then that had an identical frame. Part of the serial number was ground off so I couldn't read it but I'm guessing this is off of a very early touring, roadster or ??? around 1916, 1917 maybe. I have scoured the web trying to find info on these odd shocks but have not been able to come up with anything but just plain leaf springs with shackle mounts, so I turn to the pros. Any help would be appreciated. It looks like there is supposed to be a coil spring in the center opening from on side to the other but it's broke off. If anyone knows anything about them like what exactly did they come off of, did this come standard or aftermarket, how they work, are they functional or better without, length of the coil, etc. I would love to hear your input.
  4. Hello everyone, I am new to the dodge brothers family and have hit gold finding this site. I recently purchased a 1926 DB four door sedan. She's in very rough condition and before I start on her I want to do the title work. I've read on where to find the serial number(thanks guys) and I came up with A-745-965 with an engine number of C-820-171. I want to title this properly so in looking at the production dates it looks like she was built in mid August of 1926 but is a 1927 series. So even though she looks like a 1926, flat roof line, large visor, I should title her as a 1927 correct or am I reading that wrong? I haven't figured out how to post pics yet but can try if needed. I've been surfing the forum and have found so much great information and I want to say thanks to all the people out there helping.