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Two intresting 30's Speedsters to ID


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The top pic is a 1927 Kissel 8-75 "Goldbug" speedster. The additional pic confirms the fact it is fitted with a Lycoming 8 cylinder engine- although perched quite awkwardly in the chassis! The chassis has the rubber mounted springs and the WB is 132 inches- longer than the 6 cylinder and 8-65 models. The wheels are the Buffalo B5 wires, prior years were the Houk wires.The radiator has the off center Kissel badge.The tail light is typically thought to be on later 1927 cars. What year were these taken? Where is it now?????...... Ken

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