keiser31

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  1. So very sorry to be missing Hershey....color me jealous of anyone who is attending.
  2. Congratulations on a job VERY well done! May you enjoy the car for many years to come.
  3. It's a woody, but that weird curve around the window isn't familiar.
  4. Looks to be a draft tube, but I have never seen one with the canister on it.
  5. It does have some Maxwell features, but the crisp hood top edges are different. The Maxwell truck hoods were more rounded. I also find the Maxwells all have six lugs on the wheels and not eight as the truck in question has.
  6. Cool car. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
  7. Maybe a 1967 Dodge Dart deck lid trim piece....
  8. Very similar to 1936 Dodge Brothers dome light.
  9. keiser31

    1940 Ford?

    You are correct in your identification.
  10. 1946-early 1949. Without the DPCP logo on the underside, it may be from a 1946-48 Ford.
  11. Looks to be Catalina Tan to me....https://www.autocolorlibrary.com/pages/1948-Chrysler-Car-Colors
  12. Looks like a Chrysler mirror to me.
  13. Try The Big M in California. http://www.bigmauto.com/
  14. Here is another pair....https://www.ebay.ie/itm/Pair-of-Vintage-Studebaker-Cowl-lights-for-parts-fits-1926-1925-lens-jewel-/303178117869?hash=item4696d2f2ed
  15. Studebaker. Maybe about 1925 and 1926....
  16. Looks newer than 1907. Looks more like about a 1914.
  17. Yep....apples to oranges. Now, if it was the 383 four barrel four speed with matching numbers like the one I had....THAT would bring a premium.
  18. Check out THIS auction with at least a VERY NICE 1941 Dodge 3-window coupe....
  19. Wish I had the chance to keep this Dodge years ago....
  20. Looks like the Rambler windshield slopes at the bottom first unlike the car in question. It also has large screws at the cowl lamp whereas the car in question does not.
  21. I'm guessing 1939 Chevrolet coupe....