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  1. Thank you for the suggestions! I sent an email to both this morning. Keeping fingers crossed.
  2. I am looking for a right rear tail/brake lamp housing and both lenses. Up front, I am in need of the right front bezel and lens. Much appreciated!
  3. Thanks for the update. I wonder what he considers to be fairly common? 😉 Ebay prices are crazy. Is he will to sell it? If so, what's he asking?
  4. I realize these are difficult to come by and I am aware of the current eBay items. I am willing to do a little restoration work in order to not pay an arm and a leg for one 😉 Please let me know if you have one you are willing to part with. Thanks!
  5. Hello, and thank you for the information! First, yes, I acquired the car you spotted on Craig's. With any luck, it will be arriving later this afternoon, and by next week, I may be able to answer a couple of the questions regarding #'s that have been presented. Quite honestly, my mindset was to maintain the original body, but to modernize the chassis and drive train. However, in view of your estimation that I may have stumbled across one of a mere 15 +/- surviving Sport Coupes, well, that could be a game-changer.... In the event I decide to go with plan "A"
  6. Yes. The photo of the chassis plate is the one on my car. I was trying to determine if any of the numbers on the cow tag should necessarily correlate to any numbers on the frame. The consensus seems to be "no" they don't during this era. Thank you!
  7. Further confirming my suspicions. Thank you!
  8. Thank you for the helpful information. Much appreciated! If I happen find what appears to be serial numbers, I will post a pic. I had suspected the "matching numbers" criteria didn't apply to this era, but was not positive. Thanks again!
  9. I am trying to figure out a little more about how to ID my new 1932 Pontiac project. Can anyone tell me if the numbers cast into the engine should necessarily correlate to the numbers on the frame or cowl tags? Also, can any information be garnered from the Job No.? I am 99% sure the car is all original, but the engine # does not appear on the cowl or frame - just on the pink slip.Thanks!
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