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Craigslist parts find parts ID help needed

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Found a hole bunch of rims,seats, and small parts off a Craigslist ad, Can anybody Id the unknown (at least to me) small parts and the hood. Too bright out right now to get good photos of the rest. Thanks

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The black air cleaner on the side of photo 2 looks like a Mopar one from 1937-1954 I believe. I have one on my 48 Plymouth.

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The hood with no louvers is interesting. I would suggest that the two gas tanks are for some kind of stationary engine or implements. GM horn.

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Agree the horns look 40's Delco. The gages look 29-30 Chevy. two gas tanks from a stationary engine. The hood sans louvers may mean that the hood merely covered the space while the engine was in the rear, looks 20's Hummmmmm.

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The open rear roof of this 29 Chevy Landau convertible sedan reveals the three vertical footballs of the cluster. I think the 30 has round ones

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The hood doesn't look automotive to me. There doesn't seem to be enough of a taper, that a car would have from the cowl to the hood. The latches are too far up and, as noted, there are no louvers. It's an odd looking thing, for sure

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I found some pics of 1930 Chevies with round gauges like the 31,then I found this pic supposedly of a 30 coupe. This reaffirms Curti's ID.

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How big are the two gas tanks? Are they for sale?

Thanks,

Dale

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Coil on left is an Atwater Kent Type CC. The brass tag on top should tell if it is 6 or 12 volt. Howard Dennis

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There is an accessory switch cover for the mid teens Model T Fords in the 2nd picture along with an accessory oil gauge - the cast iron thing with the wire sticking from the top.

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post-78594-143141970638_thumb.jpgThe tanks are 6 1/4, 5 1/2 x12inch, the coil is marked 6volts. Now two Windshields and a seat I can not identify and that strange part with the pin that goes in and out.

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.. and that strange part with the pin that goes in and out.

That is the oil gauge I mentioned above - the full windshield screams mid 20's Chevrolet to me, but I'm a Ford guy so it could be anything....

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post-78594-143141972995_thumb.jpgHere are a couple other things, flares,switches, is that a coil tester?? floorboard metal for??? round rods for??? any value to the flares?

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The rods are OHV push rods. Beats me what they fit. Maybe if you measure them, someone can identify

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