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  1. There are also some generic differences to the top lid part of the wipers :

     

    The early ones has a single air intake, and the cover screw heads are "fatter" than on the later wipers

     

    The early wipers were known to have either plain or waffle pattern top surface

     

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  2. On 4/26/2021 at 3:23 PM, Mark Wetherbee said:

    Here’s a picture of the type of small parts that I have, the yoke I found is 0.73 wide and 0.55 inside but if yours is broken this might be the right one. I don’t have as many of the phenolic parts as the metal ones which definitely speaks to the fragility of them...

     

    If you PM your address I’ll send you one and hopefully it is the same...

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    From what I can see, the parts in the picture is a mixture of parts for the first generation early thirties wipers and the later type

     

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  3. On 4/9/2021 at 2:15 PM, Captain Harley said:

    A '29 Packard 640 roadster with a running board spotlight.  Instead of the stock factory supplied CM Hall spotlight mounted on the left windshield stanchion bracket.

    There is something about running board spotlights that just get to me!🤩  I've got two of them:  one in my bedroom and one in the living room.🤪  The car and the light are just pure class!

    Agree, Very elegant Car !

  4. On 11/18/2020 at 6:09 PM, alsancle said:

    I think most of you know the story on this one.   What an awesome car.    I believe it is off to a well known restorer who happens to love original cars.

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    I guess this is the one featured on Wayne Carini's  chasing classic cars ?

  5. Hi,

     

    We are trying to match the frame in the photo to a formerly known and originally documented car.

     

    The car is a 1929 Minerva type AN (The small two-litre six)

     

    Can anybody tell us where to locate the chassis number on the frame for the 1929 Minerva AN, and whether it should for this model be stamped into the frame member or stamped on a badge affixed to the frame.

     

    I hope to have responses from people in the know about these cars in particular.IMG_0610.JPG.bb9a690b339d8ea7872c1f1e249699bb.JPG

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