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  1. Interior window garnish trim is from an estate I am helping to clear out. These have been stored in a basement for decades. From my research they are for a 1941 - 1948 Ford coupe. The rear windows are upgrade tilt out style. The rear popouts are approximately 15" x 22 1/4", the fronts 16 1/4" x 33 1/2" at the widest. There is a Ford oval on one of the windows along with "safety glass'. Most of the paint remains and there is very little rust of any kind. There is even some pinstriping on the windshield pieces. There are louvers in the 2 half pieces for the windshield. The wing window crank gea
  2. 1941 Mercury pair of grill halves. Been in basement storage for decades.Lincoln part numbers 19A16034RH and 19A16035LH. Zero cracks, or breaks but there is pitting as shown. $59 plus actual shipping cost. Send me you zip code and I can tell you how much it will be, Thanks.
  3. Thanks for the tips, appreciate it.
  4. Now $59 for the pair plus shipping. Please buy these so I don't have to scrap them.
  5. 1941 Mercury pair of grill halves. Been in basement storage for decades.Lincoln part numbers 19A16034RH and 19A16035LH. Zero cracks, or breaks but there is pitting as shown. $59 plus actual shipping cost. Send me you zip code and I can tell you how much it will be, Thanks.
  6. Edelbrock OL 396 early Oldsmobile V8 303, 324 3x2 intake manifold. Helping clear estate of early hot rodder. This manifold has been stored in a basement for decades. All threads good, no damage or modification that I can see. Just a really good old manifold ready for you. More pictures available. $250 plus shipping. Send me your zip code and I can tell you shipping cost.
  7. The guy keeps surprising me. I think I would have liked to known him. Never would have guessed an A-833. Thanks a bunch.
  8. I am helping settle an estate. This adapter bell housing has me stumped. I know he had flat head and '32-'44 Ford stuff but also an early Olds V8 3x2 manifold. Now I am thinking this may be for an early Olds V8 but to which transmission? Can someone please help me ID this? There are no letters or numbers cast in it. I appreciate your help. Pictures in next posting
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