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What car would you put this on?? part two..

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The runningboard step plates look to be personalized. The tire cover looks like a Ford part to me...maybe 1936. The bird is an aftermarket illuminating ornament.

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The runningboard step plates look to be personalized.

Would they go on a 1930 Chev?

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I would put the step plates on a Rat Rod, the tire cover on a rear mounted 35-37 ford and the hood ornament on a superfly 1973 Eldorado convertible with 4 inch wide white walls.

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The runningboard step plates look to be personalized.

Would they go on a 1930 Chev?

They would fit almost any car from the teens, twenties or early '30s.

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Agreed... if they are personalized they would be aftermarket add-ons anyway... probably added later or during a restoration.

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Paul J Bunyan might like to use the step plates as cuff links. ;)

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I would put the illuminated bird on my rat rod and you guys can fight over the step plates.

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I'm always seeking differences of years of cars as I know a lot of you are. In searching Ford tire covers your ring is confirmed to be a 35-36 with the wide bead. One of the above posters said 37 also but the 37 Ford had a trunk with the spare inside. On the 35 the disc only covers the tire and the wires show while the 36 disc covers it all with a hubcap in the center. The 34 has a narrow bead as in this pic. The 33 has the same narrow bead but there's a chrome ring on that bead. I believe the 33 and 34 both use the same disc as the 35 but the hole might be bigger for the 17" wheel.

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Hard to find those spare tire covers. Many have been cut up for chopper and hot rod fenders. My brother runs one on his '67 triumph!

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