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keiser31

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  1. 1928 Chrysler roadster in the foreground. Looks to be a Packard parked in front of it.
  2. Can you give us a size?
  3. I think my 1926 Chrysler 58 had that wheel, but it has been years since I owned it.
  4. Looks like a Model T Ford to me. Here is a 1918 coupe....(edit: I see the wrecked car is listed as a 1918 Ford T on a Ford site). Rare car as it would appear.
  5. The one on the right looks like a Buick to me.
  6. I'm thinking 1931 Chevrolet on the left with a split bumper....
  7. Welcome. Try Wildcat Auto in Sandy, Oregon or French Lake Auto Parts.
  8. Decent and rare car, but the non-running thing would be a big price drop for me.
  9. I have never seen one of those before.
  10. I think they are different cars, but are both Overlands. One seems to have a nickel or chrome radiator shell.
  11. Pretty clean for it's age....never liked those style aftermarket wheels....
  12. It looks large, so it may be from the back of a front seat.
  13. Oh....good. I HAVEN'T completely lost my mind, then. WHEW!
  14. Wow! I was way off! They look completely different now that I have had my coffee....
  15. Can you give us the part number on your radiator?
  16. Used to be Walt Bolz's car, now belongs to his son-in-law Dick Croley.
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