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Brad in Wisconsin

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  1. came across this nice photo of a high wheel truck dunno know what it is or were it is from not IHC I believe not enough spokes in wheels THANKS
  2. Bought this '33 Chevrolet 1.5 ton truck. It came with this front bumper mounted. It looks similar to the bumper my '30 Chev sedan had years ago but seem to be a heavier version. Along with the truck, came this unmounted bumper, which I was told it is for a '35 Chev.
  3. on the original Happy Coupe photo there is a radiator cap ornament of a chief's head looks after market though.
  4. OK here is my lil "fill in the questions" story, The boys went out one day with the folks touring car (unknown year make)notice the guy in the center is taking a pull of liquid encouragement. one of them meet the lil lass standing in front of car 2 a Pontiac. (unknown year) So they feel in love and had the wedding party come out to the folks farm 5 cars L to R ..1) 1929-30 Chevrolet 2) unknown 3)Buick year unknown 4&5) 1928 Chevrolet's Then they loaded up their fishing boat on top of their (Dodge ? year? and went on their honey moon to Slinger Wisconsin,,,,,, the neon Crosley sign in background was still there the last time I drove thru Slinger
  5. couple of photos taken from my neck of the woods back when it snowed. The truck is a milk-can hauler and the car is a Buick? What year is the Chevy roller?
  6. Found this rummaging in a box of nuts and bolts. The box was melting in the wet and dried things out. Thought I would share and see if anyone knows the age for it. See on the end it says for 6 or 8 cylinder cars
  7. No more than 3 but, for now, one. I looked up patent numbers stamped on back and found out it is a Schwarze horn. Was it OEM for anyone or aftermarket? THANKS for everyone's effort!!!!
  8. Final speedometers in my stuff,,,, the little one on left was made by Northeast Appliance Rochester NY An interesting note the unit has a light blue"plastic" strip riveted to the body. Was it back-lit orginally? the other Stewart is larger 4" face
  9. Came in with some Model T Ford stuff and I don't think its for that! Has cast 5007 on aluminum, also stamped 3-61 in same area.
  10. Some type of quarry truck that was rode hard and put away wet for YEARS I'm thinking a GMC radiator and a dunno motor do you? Only tag was on the side of the dump box
  11. WHOA Nelly !!!! Bad spot for a tree in the middle of the road
  12. another early machine in my neighbor hood, Saddens me to think these neat machines, were around in my area,,, darn the Germanic ideal to keep things picked up and clean I suppose WW2 scrap drives mighta helped too =-)
  13. A Chevy 36? and whats hiding out back?
  14. I think it is a Ford 32 to 34 Tandem duals and an International in back
  15. any idea what she was from orginally ?
  16. Saw this on the wall in a Quick-Trip Gas station in Fox Lake Wisc. recently. There's a fella in Brookfield that has a list of the plate numbers for early Wisconsin plates I'm quessing a Holsman?
  17. Came with some early brass era auto stuff great part is there were 2 off them cowl lamp brkts???
  18. Isn't there room for a bare bones vehicle like The Studebaker/Westinghouse truck or similar car?
  19. The other day I asked a question about a model 106 Gray&Davis carbide headlamp and I believe I saw here or on the internet a picture of an old advertisement for a brass carbide headlamp mounted on the front of a steam traction engine with a Pres-o-Light tank mounted on the barrel of the boiler. I want to show my steam friends and can't find it. Any Help??? Thanks
  20. Won't beat around the bush,,,what should I ask?
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