keiser31

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  1. I think it's awesome and as stated earlier we need to see some photos of that car!
  2. 1969 Dodge Charger (foreground), 1967 Plymouth or Dodge Coronet, 2-1967-69 Plymouth Barracudas and a station wagon.
  3. The wire wheel in question has welded spokes.
  4. Chrysler products of the era had adjustable spokes.
  5. 1939 was the very first year for just the DODGE logo.
  6. I think you are correct as the slope of the top near the rear is the same as W/K.
  7. keiser31

    Fog lights

    Look closer and see that the yellow wire does not come out of the triangular plate. I see a frayed end at both ends of the yellow wire.
  8. You are more than likely correct. If it was for marine use, it would probably be all brass. Looks like it was in a fire, too.
  9. Thanks again for all of the tips. It's too hot (100+ degrees) so it will be a while before I get to it.
  10. Have you talked with this gentleman about your Maxwwell? https://forums.aaca.org/profile/78299-hddennis/
  11. Took the words right out of my mouth.
  12. I wish North Carolina was not so far away. I would be all over that car and trying to help you out.
  13. keiser31

    Fog lights

    Probably for no particular make or model. Aftermarket, I suspect.
  14. I think the car in question has flatter fenders with no reveals and it may have disc wheels.
  15. This 1927 has a lock ring style disc wheel....
  16. I could be wrong. Maybe a good closeup photo or two of the wheel in question would be helpful.
  17. The car in question may have suicide doors, but I could not find an Essex or Hudson in that body configuration. I think it may be an Essex.
  18. Best to raise the rear, spin the wheel and determine if it is the wheel or the outer band that is bent and go from there. If it is the wheel with spokes and steel felloe out of round, it is a different fix than if it is the outer band. It appears to me that the outer band may not be seated correctly under the lug at the 1 o'clock position.
  19. Looks like Buick to me. Maybe 1929-31.
  20. The 1923 Earl looks similar....