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  1. It may be later, like 1940 as I do not have a 1936 parts book.
  2. GORGEOUS car! Am I missing something? I was under the impression that cars from down under that have right-hand drive had the rumble seat step plates on the left side and the license plate on the right side.
  3. Looks like 1936 Dodge with the offset filler tube.
  4. I believe they are called, "running board splash aprons".
  5. I flat towed my 1931 Dodge coupe from the Detroit area to the upper peninsula of Michigan and then across the USA to San Diego, California. I think I only lost one part. It was the lower window trim piece. It took me YEARS to find another, but not before I made a set from wood....
  6. It IS a Packard. Here is a 1918 Packard....
  7. Checker. See more of them here....https://www.google.com/search?source=univ&tbm=isch&q=1940+Checker+cab+photo&client=firefox-b-1-d&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjUlajR6MHvAhWTcc0KHbR3BXYQjJkEegQIAhAB&biw=1920&bih=966
  8. I see in my Chrysler book that the car without the lower panel is the standard '72' roadster. The one with the panel is the sport roadster.
  9. keiser31

    20's Car

    Looks to be a 1929 REO radiator and shell....
  10. keiser31

    20's Car

    Looks to be about a 1926-27 mixture Chevrolet with a different radiator and shell and a 1927 or 1928 Chevrolet engine. Here is a 1928 Chevrolet engine....
  11. keiser31


    Here is some information that may work....
  12. I have experienced the shingles. I was absolutely suicidal, I hurt so bad. So very sorry to hear and I hope your recuperation is swift.
  13. I see these on Ebay....They may be for a Canadian DB, but are very similar. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1930-1931-Dodge-Headlight-Pair-Rat-Rod-Custom-1930s-Mopar-TJC-Depress-Beam/264501205250?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
  14. I see a 1931 Dodge Brothers radiator shell in the first photo.
  15. Similar to, but not a Dodge Brothers.
  16. Plus the fenders have lower metal flares on the fronts. Overland has an oval badge, too....not round.
  17. Got a photo of one for an example of what to look for?
  18. Looks like a 1908 REO to me. Here is a Model A from 1908....
  19. I have the video of the Turbine cars being crushed. It's a VERY sad thing to see.
  20. Check out the rear view....1958 Ford Galaxie experimental and the Turbine car....
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