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  1. I was able to find this info also. My deal here is that on my 3 window, the back glass rolls up and down. Also, it appears that there once was a latch at the top indicating rumble seat. It also has no evidence of hinges at the top for the trunk lid. Is it possible that they actually produced a 3 window with a rumble seat?
  2. Wow! Great! Now I realize that I may have an actual rumble seat car as the rear window does crank up and down. Bad part is now I have to spend a bunch of cash to get the seat parts and the correct hinges and latch.
  3. Thanks for the replies. The more I look at this car the more I am glad i decided to leave it original. I can't wait till spring to get out and drive it to one of the local shows. I got my replacement intake/exhaust manifold in today for California. Got to get the gaskets and get it on the car to get the exhaust straight. I'm sure this car is going to be a hit as it is. You don't see too many of these come out of extended periods of time in storage looking as good as this one. I'm going to drive it as is until I find more parts I Need then maybe next winter I will start going more into it. I s
  4. I just purchased a 1931 Chevy 3 Window which was found in a corn crib in Illinois. They guy I got it from said he purchased it to street rod but decided to sell instead. I thought of converting to a 350/350 combination but after getting original engine running, I believe I will leave it alone. The car has a rumble seat lid, but from what I have found online, this was not an option for the car which has job number 31557 on its cowl tag. Can anyone confirm this? The rumble seat lid is obviously not installed correctly. I also need the trim for the door windows. There is nothing to hold them in
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