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  1. **NOTE** from an eBay correspondent: Hello; your bumper is one of several dozen+ brands of aftermarket accessory "fits all" bumpers that were made during early 1920's before auto makers decided to make cars with bumpers. I have a few acc. bumper catalogs, several different bumpers now & have had ALOT of bumpers in last 49 years of old car parts swaping and I have Never heard of a Eaton Cox so I think it is very odd and someone who needs it will be happy. I have several 1921-34 Lincolns & full set of orig. illustrated parts books & I can say for 100% sure it is not Lincoln _I hope this helps _Thanks. Good afternoon, friends - Can you assist me in identifying the vehicle and function of this bumper? Marked: "Eaton Bumpers, formerly Cox Bumpers/The Eaton Axle & Spring Co. Cleveland U.S.A./Covered by US Patents" Eaton Axle & Spring Co. (Cleveland, Ohio axle manufacturer) purchased Cox (Albany, NY bumper manufacturer) in 1923 - name changed to Eaton Manufacturing Co in 1932 - so we know the time range of this item, 1923 to 1932. Doesn't look like any Ford bumpers of the period that we can see - a truck, perhaps? A spring? I see patents from Cox for "Spring buffers" by Cox.. but just don't see where a device of this kind fits on the vehicle. Spring buffer or bumper; United States Patent 1470960 - (some kind of leaf spring; ) and Automobile Buffer 1,521,757 - (the classic Ford bumper) <O:pHere's a link to our online photos with a number of pictures of the item, and an excellent magnifier: </O:phttps://picasaweb.google.com/mastertonh18/19231932AutomobileBumper?authuser=0&feat=directlink</O:p> <O:p</O:p Thank you! Heather Masterton Asheville, NC
  2. I recently purchased a piece of property with a barn. The previous owner had a 1930 Ford Model A Coupe. I discovered numerous KRW tools in the barn and I am looking to sell these items. See photo. Item: 170621098797 Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you, Sean
  3. 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Chrysler Club and the Soules cordially invite all owners and enthusiasts of 1978 and earlier Antique Automobiles, Any Make, with a special emphasis on Pre-WWII automobiles and All 1978 and earlier Chrysler Products. All original or restored to original automobiles are encouraged to attend the Chattanooga Antique Automobile Meet in Chattanooga, TN. Wish you could step into the past and experience everything, including motoring the way it once was? Then you don’t want to miss this event, where we celebrate the past in all its glory. Past Meets have been a real blast from the past and the next Meet should be just as much fun, if not more. May 27-29, 2011 ALL - 1978 And Earlier Antique Automobiles All Makes! ALL - 1978 And Earlier Chrysler Built Products ALL - Orphan Cars, Any Make, Any Year ALL - Pre WWII Cars, Any Make, Any Model (Would Love To See More Of These!) Please, No Street Rods COST: FREE! Meet Information: www.chryslercrazy.com Make your plans now to attend the 2011 Chattanooga Antique Automobile Meet. We had an excellent meet last year, and we are looking forward to another fine meet in Chattanooga for 2011. Tons of pictures with accompanying text of past Chattanooga Meets can be found at: http://chryslercrazy.com/mt06/ Information about the 2011 Meet can be found below. Last year's meet was a blast and this year's should be just as much fun, if not more! And remember -- this meet is open to *ALL* 1978 and earlier Antique Automobiles! So polish that chrome, wax that paint, shine those tires, and come to the 2011 Chattanooga Antique Automobile Meet May 27th, 28th, and 29th. Come celebrate the past in all its glory with us. It is sure to be an event like no other and one you will remember for a lifetime. There will be plenty of fun, food, period music, and of course Antique Automobiles! Friday - Afternoon and Early Evening - May 27th- Gathering at the Soules' residence, placement of vehicles on the display field, and preliminary tour of Robert's garage and cars. Friday Evening Dinner, We will meet for an informal hamburger/hot dog cookout at 7:00 pm at the Soules'. During dinner, guests will be treated to an old style radio broadcast with a live piano concert via the Soules' and period automobile ads and other period commercials. Following dinner, I am sure there will be more tire kicking and driving. After dark, we will show a Classic Movie on a large outdoor movie screen complete with real movie popcorn!Saturday Morning and early afternoon - May 28th - Meet and drive, kick tires, share stories, tell lies, drool, etc., at the Soules' home. Saturday Evening - Dinner will be at The Terminal Brew House restaurant in downtown Chattanooga. Those attending dinner at the Brew House will depart from the Soules' no later than 5:00 pm. We will caravan to the Home Away Hotel in Hixson to allow additional Meet attendees to join in the caravan to the Terminal Brew House in Chattanooga. We will depart from the Home Away Hotel no later than 5:30 pm. Saturday Evening Concert - With the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. They will be performing at the Chattanooga Choo Choo, Saturday evening at 8:00 pm. This is a rare opportunity to hear and experience, first hand, one of the greatest Swing/Big Bands orchestras of all time. Space is limited, prepayment and reservations are required. You must be 21 years of age to purchase tickets, and tickets are non-refundable. <CENTER><TABLE style="BORDER-COLLAPSE: collapse" border=1 cellSpacing=0 borderColor=#111111 cellPadding=0 width=900><TBODY><TR><TD align=middle> </TD><TD align=middle>Purchase your Glenn Miller tickets here! 2011 Tickets On Sale NOW!</TD><TD align=middle></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></CENTER> Sunday - May 29th - We will depart from the Soules' precisely at 11:00 am for a driving tour of Chattanooga, "the Scenic City of the South." Lunch will be at a quality restaurant in downtown Chattanooga. Tour and lunch approximately 3 - 4 hours. Early and Antique Automobile friendly tour!