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Here is a way your trunk may find a happy home, Tim. Look at it in the context of originality and patina which have become more appreciated over recent years. Your trunk is very solid, the hinge, latches, and corner reinforcements are functional, intact and in good condition. It is not a plain Jane piece, rather attractive, actually. There are survivor cars of the period which middle-class guys can afford to, and do, drive as-is. This could be very welcome on a patina compatible car. Here is a Red "T" Taylor trunk I found for my 1927 Cadillac. It cost me $150, and is a very good match on the original, unrestored old Cad. Perfect size, too.   -   Carl 





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