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Circa 1927 to 1931 Dash Gauge Cluster from American Car


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I have this dash cluster that someone had marked 28 Essex, but I was told by a knowledgeable person that the information was incorrect. My sense tells me it may be MoPar (Dodge or Chrysler), but I don't know. Can anyone help ID it. thanks,

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AND some beautiful art retro, circa 1929 retro, at that! Seems they were trying

to return some turn-of-the-century art back to the late 20s. My source? The art

of Coca Cola stuff.

Perry in Idaho

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