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  1. mathgirl


    Or 1930s Oldsmobile
  2. mathgirl


    Ok the bearings are not in there. But how do I tell if they are for bearings or babbits? Sorry I'm kind of clueless on some of this stuff. The closest I've found through searching so far is a 1940s Oldsmobile.
  3. mathgirl


    Here is all I could find. They all have 00 but then there are other numbers 24, 36, 46, 47, 80... I didn't look at all of them because the numbers seemed random. I can't tell if those are the bearing or not?
  4. mathgirl


    I looked for any identifying marks or numbers but didn't see any. I'll look them over again to make sure. Looks like the bearings are already in there to me?
  5. mathgirl


    It's me again! I really appreciate everyone's help. I'll have a lot more to identify. I have no idea what these go to. Obviously to an 8-cylinder. Help!
  6. I think I have some others of these then. Thanks!
  7. Thanks! I can't seem to figure out how to get to the sold listings on eBay. How do you get there?
  8. Not sure if this an emblem or where it would go on the car or what exact year and model. Any information would be helpful. Also, value?
  9. Year and make? Again, what value would you place on it? I do only have this one. By the way it looks funny because of the reflection of the insulation on the basement ceiling.
  10. What year and model would this Hudson emblem belong on? Also what value would you place on it?
  11. Here is another that I'm not sure on the year or value. Any information is appreciated!
  12. Ok so I know what it is. But can anyone tell me the year and possibly how much it is worth? I inherited all my dad's car parts after he died. I want them to go to someone who can use them but I also don't want to get taken advantage of on pricing.
  13. Anybody interested in any of these? I do not know what year they fit. If you're not interested and can provide information, that would be greatly appreciated!
  14. They are 6V. I took one apart to check. I haven't tested them yet to see if they work but I can this weekend. Here are a few more pictures. It says PMCo with 400 under that on the top of the lights.
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