keiser31

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  1. The actor Danny Trejo has a 1936 Dodge Brothers. I saw it on Sunday Morning today....
  2. Can you post a photo of the needed part?
  3. Last I knew, he was in college in Naples, Florida, I believe.
  4. Yes, it is a very nice car. At least it was when I took those photos. I remember when I first saw it. I was in my Dad's car going from our cottage in Charlevoix, Michigan up to my Aunt's house in Petoskey, Michigan. The '31 DB coupe was parked on a hill and from the angle we were driving, all I was able to see was the roof from the beltline up. I said, "HEY DAD, there's a 1931 Dodge coupe back there up that hill." He said that it probably WASN'T a 1931 Dodge like ours. He told me we would check it out later. Well, we went visiting and it was dark on the way back to our cottage, so I had to wait until the next morning to have my Dad take me to check it out. We pulled up to the coupe and my Dad was aghast. He couldn't believe #1 that it actually WAS a 1931 DB coupe (even then, they were kind of scarce) and #2 that I was able to see it and know what it was. We met the owner and he was a really nice kid a few years older than me. I was 14. The guy actually loaned me his front bumper assembly so I could take it to Eaton-Detroit Spring near where I lived and have a bumper bracket made from his pattern.
  5. He was in an earlier roster, but not the one after that one or the last one.
  6. A gentleman by the name of Kennith Hill in Alanson, Michigan used to own this 1931 Dodge Brothers rumble seat coupe. He moved to Florida with car in tow and I lost track of him and the car. Has anyone seen the car or know where it may be now?
  7. A gentleman by the name of Kennith Hill in Alanson, Michigan used to own this 1931 Dodge Brothers rumble seat coupe. He moved to Florida with car in tow and I lost track of him and the car. Has anyone seen the car or know where it may be now?
  8. Here you go....looks like the same address I gave earlier....
  9. The site has been offline for quite a while. May have been just prior to FIAT taking over. I believe they stopped participating for a while and may still not be providing information. The original girl, Danielle was great in proving me with "build cards" for my 1931 Dodges.
  10. Here is the Model K....by the size, I would say it was a Model K.
  11. Is this where you tried? This is the original information site.... Chrysler Historical Collection 12501 Chrysler Freeway CIMS 41-011-21 Detroit, MI 48288 Fax – 313-252-2928 www.chryslerheritage.com
  12. 1933-34 Chrysler product adjustable seat base maybe.
  13. Look here for possibilities....under DISTEEL, not DIESTEEL....https://www.google.com/search?q=Disteel+wheel+photo&tbm=isch&source=univ&client=firefox-b-1-d&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjt6v_76oDmAhWwGTQIHTmGAZ0QsAR6BAgGEAE&biw=1440&bih=786
  14. "Just the facts, Ma'am...."
  15. keiser31

    strange cover

    Try here....http://taillightking.com/index.htm
  16. The grille is from a 1967 Ford Fairlane. Missing the center emblem.
  17. Did you hold a gun to the seller's head, 'cause that is a GREAT price for that piece!
  18. I like the Dodge or Fargo rig.
  19. Oh, it already has wide whitewalls on it....I LOVE those steel toys as well as the cast iron items. Nice find.
  20. Similar to the 1931 DB hood reveal, too.
  21. Here is a Plymouth PA. You can see the striping on the raised reveals....click on the photo to enlarge it....thanks to the AACA Library....
  22. 1941. Possibly a Cadillac 61 sedanette?https://www.mecum.com/lots/CA0816-261911/1941-cadillac-series-61-sedanette/