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1926-7? Chevrolet parts for sale


danceswithpumps
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I have the following parts for sale from a 2 door sedan, not sure of the year:

front bumper, left rear bumper, front & rear fenders, front seat frames (folding backrest type), cowl with serial number plate and cowl light buckets (no lenses), running boards, door skins. I can email pics.

vanpeltrk@yahoo.com

Thanks,

Rod van Pelt

Nebraska

308-631-3497 cell

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Here is the header that went inside the cab above the windshield that states the job number which matches the number tag on firewall.

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Running boards are sound and pretty straight.

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piece above dash?

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Trim on fender next to hood sides.

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Left? or Right? rear bumper.

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"The Fisher Body Co.

Detroit, Mich.

Correspondence pertaining to the

body must bear these numbers.

Job No. 8170

Body No. 5 531"

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What do you think they are? I took all of these parts from the same chassis. I thought it was from a chevy. The small cowl lights made me think it was a chevy.

Rod

Sorry, I was thinking that 1925 and 1926 had the reveal (raised design) type fenders...not the 1927. They could definitely be 1927 Chevrolet.

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You might post this at http://vcca.org/forum, the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America. Somebody there could probably decipher the ID tag -- I can't.

Based on a 1927 Chevy I used to have we can rule out 1927 and earlier. The 1927 and earlier 2-doors had a square top, not the curved top. The dash is not 1927, I don't know what a 1928 dashboard looks like.

I believe most parts came from a 1928 Chevrolet. The doors are definitely 1928, (taller windows in 1927). The cowl, quarter panels and fenders could be 1928 as could the running boards and splash panels. Bumpers back then were not standard and were usually after-market items so you can't tell anything about them. The gas tank doesn't look right to me but I could be mistaken.

Don

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Don,

Thanks for all the interesting info on my parts.

I believe the tag reads:

"The Fisher Body Co.

Detroit, Mich.

Correspondence pertaining to the

body must bear these numbers.

Job No. 8170

Body No. 5 531"

Sorry about the quality of pics as they are from my phone. I can get better pics with a camera if needed.

Thanks,

Rod

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