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  1. I recently purchased an original Sales Brochure for the 1938 Lincoln Zephyr. However, the first double sided page, pages 3 & 4 is missing. Has anyone on this Forum got this brochure in their collection? See picture of Cover of my brochure. If so, are they willing to scan this missing page and send to me. Another question that I have is that my page 2 Rear of the cover, is blank on my copy. Others that I have seen on the Internet have a picture? On that basis, I would need a good scan of the inside front cover. The reason why I want good scans is so that i can contribute Scans of this Brochure to this great Web Site - http://www.oldcarbrochures.org/ Please let me know if you can help me out. Thanks in advance. Regards Mercman <><
  2. Here is a picture of a 1917 model that now resides "down under".
  3. This Dodge is a 1917 model. Note the Headlights are positioned in the same line as the grille. The Headlights on the car in the top photo are located behind the grille which means it must be 1916 or earlier?
  4. Thanks NZCARNERD for pointing me the right direction. I found this picture of a 1927 Cadillac Victoria Coupe on the Internet.
  5. Can anyone identify this car? The background is the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, however, I don't believe that it is a German car? Can anyone identify it for me? Thanks for your help.
  6. Thank you. Regards Mercman <><
  7. You have already got the answer to your question, this is what the Tail Lights look like on a 1951 Ford.
  8. Here is a picture of the 1953 Kaiser.
  9. Can someone identify what year this Oldsmobile Hubcap is from? Thank you.
  10. Can someone identify the year of this Nash Hubcap. Thank you.
  11. My friends 66 Mercury Park Lane was a great car. Check out this interior shot - beautiful.
  12. When my friend purchased his 66 Mercury, the Instruments were not placed directly in front of the driver. He removed the Instrument Panel, turned the instruments upside down, then replaced the whole Dashboard. This is how it looked in tehg end.
  13. Hi Tom, Thanks for the information on Mercury Wire Hubcaps. I also found the Sales Brochures to be confusing. Your 1966 Mercury Park Lane looks great. My friend did own this red 1966 Mercury Park Lane Convertible until recently. It looks disgusting with black tyres. When this car was near new, it and another one was imported into Australia. Unfortunately, the other one was stolen, then set on fire, so it is no-more.
  14. Thanks Tom for this good information regarding years and how the centres were painted for the different models. Regards Mercman <><
  15. These LaSalle Hubcaps have recently come into my possession. Can anyone tell me what year and model LaSalle they are off. I have attached photos of the front and back for easier identification. Thanks for your help.
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