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  1. Hello Bob! I managed to find a local hauler to bring the Caddy to Georgia, so I guess the 2 way trip is off the table on my end. I hope you get lucky too! I also sent you a regular email.....Joe G
  2. And if you need a paying return trip, I need a 1965 Cadillac shipped enclosed from North Prairie Wisconsin (30 miles west of Milwaukee) to Ringgold Ga. (Chattanooga Tn. area) 750 miles. ....Joe G
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    Hauling Needed Wisc. to Ga.

    I'm not in a BIG hurry, but I need 1 or 2 cars moved from North Prairie Wisc. 53153 to Ringgold Ga. 30736 hopefully by the end of 2017. Prefer enclosed. Can go separately or together. First priority is a '65 Cadillac Deville. Other car is a '97 BMW Z3 . Please PM me if there's a possibilty in the next couple of months....... Thanks! Joe G
  4. Thank you much Bill for taking the time to answer! Your specific answer about the same car, same vintage, and personal experience is what I was hoping for....... Joe
  5. That's one of the key questions I was hoping to get answered; If the 1950 rim is compatible with a modern tubeless design tire for sealing air, seating the bead etc. I hate to drop hundreds of dollars on tires that don't work. I'm wondering if others have had success with going tubeless on 1950 Champion Rims, and if radials worked out too. Joe
  6. It's time to replace the rotten tires on my '50 Champion. Presently it's got tube type bias plies. Has anybody had experiences good or bad using tubeless tires? Radial tires? or both? Thanks in advance.....Joe G
  7. I'm leaning towards 1949, which is very similar to and often mistaken for the 1950 thru 1952 style. The reason is the '49 is slightly narrower across the top of the wing to wing (as measured on the top) and the tailfeather that meets the hood center trim strip has a slight taper. The '53 looks very close to the 50-52 style. It's got a different part number but I don't know what's different; possibly hood curve radius. Got a measurement across wings and base length? I may have a '50-52 sample around here someplace....not sure.
  8. The casting numbers on these 4o's and 50's Cadillac hood ornaments, V's, Crests, etc usually are not the part numbers. Why, I don't know. But they don't align with the numbers in the Master Parts book in this time span. Nobody seems to have the translation available for view either except the few vendors that charge outrageous prices because they know what they've got...but you don't. Knowledge is money!.....Joe
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    1941 Nash Ambassador Coupe

    Being it is what it is, it gives the NASH guys HEARTBURN and the CHEVY guys BOREDOM. If your price was cut by 50%, there may be some interest. If it had a 60's AMC 343 or 390 in it you'd have a winner or at least some interest. Or if the 350 had a ''37-"41 CHEVY coupe wrapped around it, an even better chance. Good Luck at that price!
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    Need help to ID Mopar? Tailite 1930's? 40's?

    I put it on Ebay item 161242043762. I'm hoping someone can use it. I'm a Cadillac guy. At auction I bought a "lot" of Cadillac stuff with this "red-headed stepchild" thrown in because I needed the other items. If you have ANY interest, hit the ebay auction or PM me with an offer. In other words, I didn't get it for NOTHING, but I don't need it and I'm not needing it to fund my retirement either! Joe
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    Need help to ID Mopar? Tailite 1930's? 40's?

    Thank you for the help fellas! I appreciate you all taking the time to share your knowledge and experience! Joe
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    Need help to ID Mopar? Tailite 1930's? 40's?

    The part number on the casting is 876903. There also is a DG on the casting. I guess the number's not much good without a parts book.
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    Need help to ID Mopar? Tailite 1930's? 40's?

    There is a place at the top that appears to accept a cap or cover or another piece, that possible could hold a reflector? this appears to be 2 out of three pieces of the "Big picture". I'll try to get a picture showing the top center better; it's not finished to as high of a shine as the sides. I'll try the other pictures I've got...I may have to take some more.
  14. I have a NOS tailite trim and glass that I believe is probably a Mopar application, as it has a square cluster of initials "D P C D" which I'm guessing means Dodge-Plymouth-Chrysler-Desoto. On the casting it says "Sedans Left" and has a number 876903 DG. The letters on the glass are hard to read, but I think say ILCO 2243 and CB (or C8)6212. These parts originated from a building that was a Chrysler dealer in the thirties thru 50's for another clue. If I can find out what it's for, maybe I can get it back in circulation for someone who needs it. Thanks for the help! Joe G