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  1. Possibly Jewett from late teens to early twenties.
  2. 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!
  3. The medallion and spinner is Buick Riviera, probably 1966 or 67. The wheel is probably aftermarket or custom.
  4. First car on right: 1923 or early 1924 Chevrolet; big blue roadster: 1918-1920 Buick. Touring car in center with no top: Chevrolet.
  5. Buick, probably a 1918 Model E-44, 4 cylinder. Could be a McLaughlin Buick.
  6. 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
  7. White car on right appears to be a 1923 Buick.
  8. I have the headlight reflectors (not the lenses), carburetor, heat control system, and shock links. I will send you a P.M. Roger
  9. Cadillac used a similar ashtray in the back seat all through the 1930's.
  10. Here is one which is very similar in a 1931 Buick coupe. Not quite the same.
  11. Can anyone identify this ashtray? It is 4" x 3 1/4". The emblem looks similar to Marmon or early Lincoln. I bought it, thinking it was Buick! Thanks for any help.
  12. Location is on 3rd Ave. S at S. Washington Street in Seattle, looking north.