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    Unknown limo

    Thank you all for your detective work. I appreciate your time and knowledge. Cheers Mark
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    Unknown limo

    Please help identify the make and year of this vehicle which is an extra challenge on this low resolution photo. Thanks Mark
  3. The Airstream for 35 & 36 has the little tail at the rear. I believe the 35 has a single horizontal chrome trim at the bottom while the 36 has two extra horizontal chrome strips and a painted bottom strip
  4. They look like accessory back up lights to me. Cheers Mark
  5. I have one of these hubcaps too with the same spring clips. My understanding is that the non-spring clip was used on the U.S. "Arttillary " wheels and the spring style were use on wheels in Canada that used the standard rim. Cheers Mark
  6. Thanks very much dave H & leyther . With your help we nailed it. Now the search for parts. Cheers Mark
  7. Thanks Dave for taking the time to ID the pedal car. Is there any reference material you can suggest that would help illustrate the missing parts ? Thanks again Mark
  8. If anybody recognizes what's left of this old pedal car ? Cheers Mark
  9. Two 49 Cadillacs for sale in Victoria BC http://www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/1949-Cadillac-Coupe-de-Villes_19656306 Cheers Mark
  10. Nice car Thomas It appears the rear tire cover is original so my question to the forum would be : Did cars equipped with sidemounts also have a rear spare tire ? Cheers Mark
  11. Wow I had no idea these things were so common. I was overjoyed when I found a set on ebay a couple of years ago for $500. They were for a 35 Airflow as well but I wanted them for my 35 Airstream. They are the same except for that extra chrome stip on either side of the locking bolt and wing. I had to remove that trim braze the holes , remove the bottom (painted) trim and have it chromed. After a little bodywork and new paint and shipping i was into them for close to $700. My advise to anyone who needs a set is to grab these and, if a better set comes along in the future, trade up and sell the old ones. But what do I know ? Mark
  12. Sorry wrong email should be mark.aitken@telus.net Mark
  13. That's great Bob I would be very interested to see what info there is on the 35 C6 features. Scanning 24 pages sounds like a lot of work but the pages pertaining to the C6 would be much appreciated. Cheers Mark email m.aitken@telus.net
  14. An interesting C6 rumble seat coupe ( not mine ) is on Ebay. I have corresponded with a lot of C6 owners in the Chrysler club to research what is right and what's wrong on my car and found no other Canadian ( Windsor , Ont. ) coupes. So it is amazing to find another one in B.C. listed for sale on Ebay Chrysler : Other in Chrysler | eBay Motors. If anyone purchases this car I have accumulated a fair amount of information on them and would love to compare features. Cheers Mark
  15. You nailed it. 35 Airstream Cheers Mark