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keiser31

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  1. Need a photo or some numbers to go by. We have a ton of information. There are many differences between 1914 and 1919. Serial numbers are usually found on the toe board.
  2. Here are some examples.....maybe they're from an Invicta.
  3. I imagine that we are looking at the "inner fender side" of the units given the curve.
  4. The radiator shell shape reminds me of Buick, though...
  5. 1930 Chrysler Model 70 and Model 77 (which, by the way was the designated speed each would go) had those hood vents.
  6. Barry...I could not have said it better myself. That is why I didn't. I agree with you wholeheartedly, though. Especially about the masses more produced now and during the 1980s. We (I) worry about where I am going to get my 1931 Dodge parts that I need once in a while. Ebay or other internet possibilities, that's where. There were only 3,178 DH6 business coupes made by Dodge Brothers in 1931, yet I can find almost any part for it. I don't think there will be a problem finding a part from a model that they made 60,000+- of because of the "clunker" bills.
  7. I THOUGHT those were Cadillac hub caps. Thanks much! Maybe that is where the stirrup style door handle that I found under my Grandmother's house came from. They were sisters.
  8. Interesting....all I see in my book is the little dotted dog dish style...no full wheelcovers until 1962. I learn something new here every day.
  9. Here's a small town 4th of July parade from a while ago...
  10. Here's another proud Packard owner and his car.
  11. There's a commercial here that says that. This was taken at the Crater Lake Lodge. I think it's a 1925 Flint?
  12. This is my Great Aunt in southern California with her father's car. Know what it is?
  13. I think I see a mid 20's Buick rumble seat coupe peeking out from behind the bushes.
  14. This is a well loved early pedal car.
  15. That's what it says on the back of this photo. New 1936 Ford with a Chrysler Airflow trying to hide behind it.
  16. That's the inscription on the back of this photo.
  17. Aftermarket lamps on a Model A or '32 Ford bar.
  18. I have a mound of nice caps...got a photo for an example?
  19. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: 64R</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Nice find, is it a 55 or 56?</div></div> 1955
  20. Here is a setup that a guy in the WPC Club is selling for the sixes....maybe he can make some for the 8s. I LOVE this setup!!
  21. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: abh3usn</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Is the woody a Packard ?</div></div> It's a Buick.
  22. Saw this army truck for sale yesterday. Some rust, needs wheel cylinders, has new engine with the original engine included, only $2,800.00. Talk to Chris or Erik at (541)941-4299. The truck is located near Medford, Oregon.
  23. I saw this army truck for sale yesterday. $2,800.00, some rust, new engine, not certain of the year. It is in southern Oregon near Medford. The phone number is (541)941-4299. Needs wheel cylinders. Original engine is laying in the bed. I don't know any more about it except I thought that it was going cheap and you can call the guy's number for more information. Talk to Erik or Chris.
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