31plymouth

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  1. A correct bracket attaches to the frame and bumper bracket with a bolt. At least on the sedans. I will try to post a picture. The chrome bezels were used a number of different cars. Don't overpay
  2. You should post this on the Plymouth section of Chrysler forum. I will contact you with possible front bumper
  3. Thinking about this last night. The picture I saw was in AACA's Antique Automobile mag. I'm pretty sure it was at the Hershey Fall show. My friend has all the issues of Antique Automobile on disk( which is available from the AACA.) I will get the disk and check a few years back. It should be there .
  4. A few years ago I saw a picture of a Fink Bread truck in the AACA's Antique Automobile publication . I believe it was at the Hershey show. I am trying to get a picture of it or get in touch with the owner. A local radio DJ in my area named Jimmy Fink and his friends drove one of his family's Fink Bread trucks to Woodstock in 1969 and I would like to let him see a picture of the restored truck. Any ideas on how to contact the owner?
  5. I had posted a few pictures of wire wheels that I have in the "what is it" discussion. Some seem to think these are 32 Pontiac. Anyone in the Pontiac world care to verify or comment. They are 18" 5 lug 5" Found a KH mark on the inside
  6. To be clear. The KH and numbers I found were on the inner ( tube section) of the wheel.
  7. Very hard to read but this is the only partial number i could get. looks like 2 322 or 2 822
  8. Yikes, did they make a 17 3/4?( kidding) Am I measuring correctly? 17" or 18"
  9. Measuring from outer edge of one hole to the center of other seems to be closer to 5"... Also found a KH stamp on the rear backing plate (Kelsey Hayes ?)
  10. Thanks for the measurement instructions.
  11. I cannot find any Manufacturers ID on the wheel. Tried it on my 31 Plymouth. Bolt pattern different. Thinking that although 1931 Plymouth uses 19" and 1932 uses 18" the bolt pattern would be the same . Did not fit.
  12. Trying to identify these 2 wire wheels that I have. I think they are 18" (smaller than my 19" Plymouth wheels) 5 lug about 3 1/2 " between lug nut holes.
  13. Nice description of both "right " and "wrong"... All sellers should do this