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  1. The front one in the photo looks like 1933 Studebaker (also poss. '32, as pictured), but bumper with "spare wheel" bulge doesn't appear on the '33 Studes I've checked. Yet, the two OP bumpers appear to match. Might be an accessory set up.
  2. Is that a shred of leather sticking out in original pic? That'd be a clue. Doesn't seem to be hub cap emblem.
  3. The internet has scant info for Delco "Performer" series shocks. The link is to an ebayer selling shocks close to your p/n and might be able to ID yours. Note Delco uses 2 separate part numbers on their box: a "550-NNN" p/n and the 8 digit p/n. (do you have your box with the "550-NNN" #?). https://www.ebay.com/itm/284007556171?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-222657-2056-0&mkcid=2&itemid=284007556171&targetid=1489180511672&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9001827&poi=9059153&campaignid=13172320718&mkgroupid=121149972143&rlsatarget=pla-1489180511672&abcId=9300545&merchantid=113589374&gclid=CjwKCAjwxo6IBhBKEiwAXSYBs7Jji7s0uVk0fddw46fE0lT-jf2Arx7sUkQoO81QvSjm97hYEzqVihoCTaoQAvD_BwE
  4. I have one like it. Wondering if it's Ford issue or aftermarket?
  5. drwatson

    Eagle Emblem

    1955 Chrysler Imperial. Possibly '56 also.
  6. Is there part number on the under side? Can you list it?
  7. Grille $550, Radiator. part number 3106560 $100 R & L Front Fenders $200 each Hood (Top & Sides) $350 Head Lights $60 each Prefer local pickup (central MA), but can arrange shipping. Parts were from a 1936 Chev 1-1/2 ton Truck but will fit a 1936 Chev Pickup.
  8. "BY-6003604-A" - It seems "BY" in the part# refers to 1956, but I'm not seeing the part anywhere.
  9. 1958 Plymouth Wagon and/or other Mopars.
  10. "AL" might be "Auto-Lite".
  11. Here we have a 1959 Chrysler Windsor. Looks like our bumper.
  12. "not sold on 1955 Mercury lower front" I'm now doubtful about 55 Merc. The bolt holes don't match, especially the center bolt hole on the mystery piece, not seen on a 55 Merc (or Canadian Monarch). Is the mystery bumper painted instead of chromed?
  13. Thanks. I could not find P175 on K-M online catalogs. Closest I could find is this item copied from a vintage K-M catalog; it reminds me of your device.
  14. I see what looks a model or ID # on the backside. Can you can read # and post? Internet archive has several vintage Kent-Moore illustrated catalogs, but I'm not seeing your tool as yet.
  15. drwatson

    1936 D2 ?

    The Magic Air heater is early 1950's Ford. Love the coupe!!
  16. Ebay: NOS 1964 Buick Electra 4 door Trim Molding 4409066 RH P/S Right
  17. Hard to see the difference from '41 to '48.
  18. My 1938-44 Ford parts book indicates both a Fuse block and a circuit breaker were specified depending on year and/or model of car or truck. The basic Ford part number is 12250. I can't positively ID the orig photo, but it's likely oem. BTW, It seems the circuit breaker (or fuse) protects the lighting circuit.
  19. It's an ignition resistor & relay. The components are Ford but board layout is different compared to 33-48 flatheads I checked. Pictured here is one adv as 41-46 Ford.
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