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keiser31

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  1. I see the Chevrolet "bowtie" on the taillight lens.
  2. Ohhhh boy, did my Dad have a huge influence on me when it came to cars? YES! In my very early days, my Dad nurtured my attraction to cars. Got me lots of toy cars & trucks, a cool pedal car, and let me help him while he worked on the family cars. He took my brother and me to the Greenfield Village Old Car Festival every October starting at a very young age. He worked for Chrysler Export-Import Division in Detroit. He took us to all of the new Chrysler car unveiling each year and we got promotional models. Some of which I still have in my display case. He took us to the Indianapolis 500 tim
  3. Anyone else notice that the door handle on the car in question is located BELOW the beltline like it is on the roadster?
  4. Here is a 1922 Marmon....similar. The fender light was an aftermarket accessory light to show up when the car was parked.
  5. The car in question does not have the crest reveals on the leading fender edges.
  6. I have a few that need identifying, too....
  7. Ask for a certain angle photo of the parts. If the seller cannot provide that particular photo, move on and forget about the parts as it IS a scam.
  8. Chrysler's design incorproated a "blue ribbon" around the edge which is similar to the item in question. The Chrysler lamp bezel imitated the radiator badge design....
  9. Look like all Model A Fords.
  10. 1946 to very early 1949 Plymouth. The 1942 is different. THIS is a 1942....
  11. There IS a tie bar. Look closely to see badges attached to it.
  12. Just to inform....the cowl light bezels are off of a Buick.
  13. Same as 1931 Dodge Brothers DH6 and 1931 Chrysler CM6.
  14. Probably a radio or heater delete plate for a 1940s Pontiac. Here is one for a 1939 Pontiac....
  15. Looks like one of the first tilt-bed/ramp trucks.
  16. 1951-1953 De Soto on the first one and aftermarket on the second one.
  17. Looks more like an accessory windshield post mounted spotlight from the 19teens or 1920s.
  18. That rig reminds me of when I lived in Los Angeles years ago and there was a company called, "Bandini" and they made fertilizer. The slogan was, "Bandini fertilizer....I can throw it in the air and I know that wherever it lands, it'll do some good."
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