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  1. Whoops! I leaped before I looked. The O.P. has fender lights, so disregard my previous post.
  2. The Graham in Keiser's post is a 30 1/2; the 8 cylinder had hood doors and fender lights, and the 6 had louvers and no fender lights.
  3. Need throttle shaft and butterfly disks, which mount in the heat exchanger assembly. Would also take the heat exchanger assembly, regardless of condition, cracks, or broken off portions.
  4. Photo by Christopher Helin, in San Francisco.
  5. The 1930 Buick had a screw in the back center; otherwise identical to the 1931 Buick.
  6. Possibly Jewett from late teens to early twenties.
  7. I believe it is a 1920 or 1921 Buick chassis, with a home-made body, from cowl back. Fenders, splash aprons, and spare tire apparently also from the donor Buick. I like it!
  8. The medallion and spinner is Buick Riviera, probably 1966 or 67. The wheel is probably aftermarket or custom.
  9. First car on right: 1923 or early 1924 Chevrolet; big blue roadster: 1918-1920 Buick. Touring car in center with no top: Chevrolet.
  10. Buick, probably a 1918 Model E-44, 4 cylinder. Could be a McLaughlin Buick.
  11. This photo was taken by Christopher Helin in San Francisco. The top was made by Gillig Company in San Francisco. This link shows a similar top on a Pierce. http://www.coachbuilt.com/bui/g/gillig/gillig.htm
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