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Got a few parts that I can't identify.

first pic.

Marked PLYAC (Plymouth?) Looks like a '40s trunk ornament. P/N 1244780

second pic.

grill ornament? P/N 25655 ?

third.

P/N 23064-R.H. Tail light? to what?

fourth.

Chevy P/N 3987004 Hood Ornament? Year?

fifth.

only marked 140L. Windshield wiper? For what?

Last.

Green Horn Button. unmarked except for crest.

Put your thinking caps on. I know you guys are good!

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!

I've also found in my stash the following:

'68-'69 Mustang left wiper linkage

'58 Chevy Trunk Emblem (no lens)

'50 Ford Hood Ornament (No plastic)

'63 Impala Hood Ornament (almost no color)

'59-'60 Desoto Horn Rim

'66 Mustang Tail light frames (no lenses)

3 assorted unmarked headlight rings

2 assorted unmarked lens frames

1 armrest

Pair of International "Signal-Stats" 7-171

Pair of Cox 2 sided Marker lamps (1936 patent date)

All are available to anyone intersted. Just make me an offer!

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Edited by bhclark (see edit history)

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#3 looks like it might be one of those 'top-of-fender' taillights found on the '54 Kaiser Manhattan. Not my area of expertise however... just guessing.

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Desoto Frank identified #4 as a spotlight mount. I think he means #5.It looks like it's going through the bezel backwards, the short part missing the handle, the long part missing the spot light. #4 looks like it goes on the top front of either front fender on about 63 Galaxy or falcon.missing the ornament growing out of the hole. #6 looks like the hideous padded horn button they stuck on 67-68 Mustangs and Fairlanes,was Montego a place with a castle or a fort?

Edited by Dave Mellor NJ (see edit history)

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Desoto Frank identified #4 as a spotlight mount. I think he means #5.It looks like it's going through the bezel backwards, the short part missing the handle, the long part missing the spot light. #4 looks like it goes on the top front of either front fender on about 63 Galaxy or falcon.missing the ornament growing out of the hole. #5 looks like the hideous padded horn button they stuck on 67-68 Mustangs and Fairlanes,was Montego a place with a castle?

Thanks to all. Please keep 'em coming!

Dave, #4 does have a bowtie on the back next to the part number, so it's got to be chevy. all my parts books are Buick. :)

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i have to agree with DeSoto Frank i think #1 is from a 49 or 50 ply , i have a parts book that covers 1940-1948 , and the next one i have covers 51-52 there is only one number different between 48 and 50

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Thanks Guys...I think we've got everything except for #4 nailed down pretty close.

I appreciate the help!

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I think #1 would actually be 49 plymouth.from 40-49 the brake light was by itself in the trunk/license plate holder, as in the picture. In 50 and up they incorporated them into the taillights.

Edited by Dave Mellor NJ (see edit history)

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Thanks stexch,I knew that,I was even there a few times,courtesy of our Navy,I went back and added fort to the post,but I doubt if either one is the symbol in that horn button.

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