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  1. I'll bet the '51 Vicky looked good when first parked there. The Ford next door is a 1950.
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    It appears to be 6 Volt. Here's at least one ebay ad selling it: https://www.ebay.com/p/1957-1960-Chevrolet-Starter-1107652-6cyl-Car-Truck-Delco-Remy/1617854283 You will find more info on part numbers you list at http://www.gmpartswiki.com/query i believe it fits a number of other Chevs possibly more.
  3. NOS Auto-Lite breaker plates: Plymouth - Dodge $20 + ship (each) https://www.ebay.com/itm/173933286001 https://www.ebay.com/itm/173933285524
  4. https://worcester.craigslist.org/pts/d/lunenburg-1942-plymouth-nos-right-front/6897848136.html
  5. I'm wondering if photo was taken at former Princeton MA Auto museum 1938 - 1963.
  6. 1965 Buick Electra rear bumper for sale. $75. https://worcester.craigslist.org/pts/6887826952.html Central Massachusetts.
  7. 1965 Buick Electra rear bumper for sale. $75. https://worcester.craigslist.org/pts/6887826952.html Central Massachusetts.
  8. I'm thinking the doors might be to a pre-1920 Town car, similar to (but not quite) the pictured 1918 Cunningham.
  9. Something was telling me "Chevy" even without the bowtie. Here's same logo on a '75-76 Chevelle cap looking like the original post.
  10. This is a factory photo of a '47 Dodge pickup with "DODGE" tail lens lettering that's arched. The same lens likely was used on earlier Dodge trucks, I think lettering for 1930's Dodge autos goes straight across or horozontal.
  11. 68 - 70 Camaro. 14 inch.
  12. Not sure if this instruction has been said for getting the Distributor to drop into place: ( 2 persons & plugs out.) "Push the distributor down by hand while cranking the engine, when the two shafts are aligned, the distributer will drop into place."
  13. Ok, Here's a '39 Chev Sedan Delivery, but yours has a center bolt hole....we're getting warm.