keiser31

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  1. Some say "DB" or "GB" on the outside of the rear gear assembly.
  2. I have some similar drums and were identified as early Dodge Brothers. Probably fits Graham Brothers, too.
  3. Try this thread....
  4. In case you cannot find the perfect item, I have this one available....it is about 58-59 inches long from behind the knob to the end of the cable.
  5. I see the Cupe de Lujo also had your version....still no production numbers on that one, either....
  6. You are calling the car a 1928, but it has 1929 plates.
  7. I see no mention of those models after 1929.
  8. This does not mention production numbers....this is for 1929.
  9. I might be a Chrysler Turbine. Quiet with a copper coating and runs down the road with a purpose....
  10. It is the sort of windshield that has a cranking mechanism that cranks the glass up a couple of inches from the cowl.
  11. I really wanted to go to Hershey this year for my birthday. Didn't happen.
  12. Congratulations on a car well done and the award. VERY well deserved.
  13. ^I think if those light were nestled down in there a little more on that Cord and that would be stunning.
  14. The horizontal wood member at the base of the window is nothing like the profile of the vehicle in question. The closest horizontal member that looks the same is on a Buick, but in the 1950s.
  15. I cannot seem to find any details on any woodie that matches the vehicle in question where the downward curve dies into the vertical timber like that. ALL of the ones I find have a smooth transition of a curve and not that abrupt joint.
  16. Try Wildcat in Sandy, Oregon or French Lake Auto Parts.
  17. I used to have a 1926 Chevrolet and I vaguely remember the dashboard....
  18. Found another shot of the PA from another site....wow! What a nice car!!
  19. ^Could very well be. My eyes are not what they used to be.
  20. Cool car! http://www.historywebsite.co.uk/Museum/Transport/Cars/Frisky.htm
  21. That non-original cowl band is a good ending place for the hood.
  22. This is a 1926 Chevrolet truck dash....oil gauge looks the same to me.
  23. Wish I could have kept my 1930 DeSoto 8 sedan....I was very young (17) and did not realize it was special....the only photo I have of it....