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Greg H.

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    Agree, not likely a whippet. Wheels are different and I don’t recall seeing any trim around the cowl. I think 58L-Y8 has it with Nash.
  2. At first I thought Whippet, but the fire wall is different. Did a little digging in the photo section of the WOKR website and it looks like it’s a 28 Falcon Knight model 12. The door hinges had me baffled, however looking at the pictures, they seem to match.
  3. The "Amelia Earhart' car from the Fourney Museum taken this past August. I thought the mannequin was a bit creepy, but a really nice car. I don't know much about them, but I really like it.
  4. There are a few ways to tell. One way would be is if you have the headlights. The 1926 model had the smaller "bullet" style head lights. Another way to tell is if the radiator badge and the hub caps read "Overland", you have a 1926. By 1927 the headlights were changed to the larger "drum" style head lights and the radiator badge and hub caps were changed to read "Whippet". I believe the cutoff between 1926 and 1927 was around serial #50000. Hope that helps. Greg
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