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  1. I have four hood ornament books for sale that my father and i authored. Pontiac, Packard, Hudson-Essex-Terraplane and Chrysler. All four books are in a similar format. Included are patent and trademark data authenticity as well as artistic value. These books cover the history of various mascots,radiator caps emblems and badges. They would make a valuable addition to any collectors library. Pricing is shown below: Pontiac, Hudson-Essex-Terraplane and Packard $46.95 each plus $4.90 shipping Chrysler $44.95 plus $4.90 shipping wally93@buckeye-express.com Phone 419-787-2409 Walt Harris
  2. A few years ago I found this hood ornament in a junk yard. I was hoping someone could tell me more about it. The date of manufacture on the bottom says 1925. As I don't have a Packard, I might be willing to sell it if someone is interested along with a few other hood ornaments in my collection. If you have any information or have an interest in this item, please respond to this thread, or give me a call at (410) 635-6019 and ask for Howard. Thanks.
  3. Over the years I've acquired these hood ornaments. I think the airplanes are from the late 1920s and were produced by Chevrolet. The gauge with the wings, I think, goes to a 1924 Chrysler. And the goddess is for a 1925/26 Packard. Since I don't have the cars to go with them, they're not much use to me. I am looking to sell them, but I would also appreciate any information about them. There is no set price. Will take the best offer (within reason). If you are interested in adding any of them to your collection, or just know something about them, you can contact me by responding to this thread,
  4. Hoping someone can provide me with the pressure cap rating for a 1941 Cadillac Series 62. Thanks in advance, Grant
  5. I picked this up and I am trying to ID it. Looking at some images/pages on the net it may be used on 1928, 1929 or 1930. But I would like verification if possible please. It's labeled as a Stant Manufacturing patent number 1806.244. Here are some links that I am using for information. Studebaker radiator cap | Patent Room Studebaker Commander Model GJ 1929 radiator cap | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Studebaker Commander Model GJ 1929 radiator cap http://forums.aaca.org/f126/radiator-cap-1929-dictator-272567.html I have it for sale on eBay- Studebaker Stant Radiator Cap 1928 1929 | eBay
  6. Can anyone tell if this is an original radiator cap for a 1924 Chrysler. It has been in my family for 75 years, just want to verify its real. It is solid brass and has a stamp. See attached pictures. - Wayne
  7. Hi there, I'm a new member to the forums, so this is my first post. My wife's grandfather purchased a DC8 1960's, because it was just like the one his father owned when he was a child. It has been a work in progress since then. In the last couple years I have begun doing most of the wrenching on it as he is growing less flexible, and I have been honored to help. While there are still a lot of details to restore, it's very drivable and display worthy. In fact, Memorial Day 2009 was the first time the car was on display since he has owned it! He let me drive it in the local parade. What a blast!
  8. I was digging in my back yard and found this cap. I have asked everyone i can think of nobody has been able to tell me what its from.any help would be appreciated.
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