keiser31

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  1. Try here....http://www.frenchlakeautoparts.com/
  2. Most of those instruments look to be wanted items.
  3. Thanks for letting us know the outcome.
  4. You can post them here in the "What Is It" section of the forum and once you find out what you have, post them in the "Parts For Sale" section. Photos, photos, photos....
  5. The car on the left also looks to have a Chrysler emblem on the spare tire cover.
  6. I was going by this car, but you could be correct.
  7. Got any photos of the engine?
  8. Looks to be about a 1925 Chrysler on the left, yes a Hudson in the center and maybe a Nash on the right.
  9. For future reference....if your rims are like this, they are fairly easy to break down and mount....
  10. Do you have a factory shop manual for the car? It would really help.
  11. Looks like around a 1937 grille or trunk item....
  12. I would be searching for a wiring harness in order to have it all correct and uncut.
  13. Beautiful car! Have you asked the Petersen Museum in L.A.?
  14. Try here.... French Lake AP 3531 County Road 3 NW, Annandale, MN 320-286-2560
  15. Or a Disneyland vehicle....
  16. Try here in San Diego.... San Diego Automotive Museum - 2080 Pan American Plaza San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 231-2886 Opens at 10:00 AM sdautomuseum.org
  17. 717 area code is central Pennsylvania.
  18. Hey....by the way....thanks for the lesson on the different cowl vent style. I love to learn more about the export Dodge Brothers vehicles and other Chrysler products.
  19. Looks like someone needed to fabricate a body and other parts with no particular patterns.
  20. Can you post a good quality photo of the oval FEDCO emblem in the center over the dashboard? Those digits will give us more information. Looks similar to this one....
  21. I use ramps under all four tires. I turn the ramp part so they are toward the center of the car so the car does not roll off. I jack up the end of the car and push the ramps under the tires instead of trying to drive up onto them.