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  1. Wow, you guys are great! I just went out and took a closer look at the axles and yes, TheMoneyPit, you are right. I looked closely in the hole in the backing plates and sure enough, it has a ring gear in it that would mesh with a gear on the end of a shaft. Does anyone have an idea what era of trucks would have this kind of a configuration? Now if I can just figure out what make of truck it was for. So you think it might be a Republic, nzcarnerd? Mack trucks were also yellow weren't they? Thanks again!
  2. I have had these axles in storage for years. I bought them years ago from a gentleman who collected antique vehicles and parts, but he didn't know what they came off of. I pulled them out to take photos to see if anyone has any idea what make and model vehicle they are for. I imagine that it must a big truck of some kind from the early 1900's, but I'm not sure. Thanks in advance for your help!
  3. I’ve been cleaning out the shop and it’s time to finally figure out what some of these misc. parts go to! Here are a couple of antique doors that I am trying to identify. Any help (age, makes, guesses, etc.) you can offer will be greatly appreciated!
  4. I have a pair of these fenders I found at a yard sale a while back. Ever since, I have been trying to figure out what they could possibly have come off of. I have bought books and looked at hundreds of photos with no luck. I was wondering if anyone out there could give me some insight on what the details, style, and construction might tell about the age, type of vehicle, or anything else. (For example, are the outside rivets common to a certain period?) Also, I can’t find many vehicles on which the rear slope of the fender is straight like this one and not curved. Is this more common to a certain period of vehicles as well? Any ideas or theories would be appreciated!
  5. Here are two oil bath air cleaners that I am hoping to identify. Does anyone recognize any of these or has an idea of the approximate age? The first one is galvanized, but I can’t find any kind of id number on either of them.
  6. I decided that I can't use the axle and wheels for any of my projects (most of my stuff is early to mid 30's). The parts looks to be in good shape and I would like it to go to someone who could use it, but I live all the way out in Oregon so shipping could be pretty high. I could put it on a pallet and ship it out to you though, so if you'd like to make an offer, just drop me a line.
  7. Hi, Sorry it took a while to get back to you all. been trying to catch up on e-mails after a lot of out of town trips. Thanks for all of the great information! They look like really great cars. Greg
  8. I was wondering if anyone knows what model/year this front axle unit came off of? It says "Chevrolet" on the caps, but that's all I know. Thanks in advance!
  9. Hi, I was wondering if anyone can help me ID any of these doors? Thanks in advance! Cindy
  10. Does anyone recognize this intake manifold? The fuel pump is marked AC if that helps. Thanks!
  11. I was wondering if anyone knows what car(s) these gauges go to? There is a Chrysler symbol stamped with the number 2958553 04091 on the circuit board on the back. Thanks! OOPS! I accidentally added the wrong photo in my original post. My apologies! (The photo I originally posted was of a set of GM gauges.) Anyhow, here is the photo that I meant to add to the post. On the back of this unit are the numbers listed above. Please let me know what you think. Thanks again!
  12. Does anyone have an idea what this beautiful old heater control came off of? Thanks!
  13. Does anyone have an idea what these came off of? They are chrome and "Japan 749" is stamped in the metal on the underside. Thanks!
  14. Can anyone recommend to me a very good identification guide for early American automobiles (teens through 20's)? Thanks!
  15. Can anyone tell me what kind of engine/vehicle this power steering pump may have come off of? Thanks!