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Can you see if there are any makers marks on the speedo or clock? This may help to narrow your search.

Viv

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6 hours ago, Curti said:

My first thought is British.  

 

Kind of has that early Stutz Black Hawk speedster feel to it too with those deep recessed lines... however those gloveboxes aren't speedster but more like early Lincolns.

Edited by 30DodgePanel (see edit history)

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Glove boxes makes me think 1930's. Pierce uses two glove boxes. Not like any Pierce or Studebaker dashes I have seen. I am still looking. Karl

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What viv w was trying to ask was are there any makers names on the instruments.

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2 hours ago, nzcarnerd said:

What viv w was trying to ask was are there any makers names on the instruments.

 

Yes, close ups of the gauges would definitely help and may have answers.

Another clue would be close ups of the ignition. If it has a key code stamped on it, it may help to narrow the search that way also.

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I will look for any info on the back, and get better speedo photos and post. Thanks, Karl

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10 hours ago, 30DodgePanel said:

Is it just me or does this section circled look similar to 1931 Chevy ?

 

 

dash 1.jpg

On the Chevrolet dash, that is recessed.

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I have an e-mail reply that it fits 1932 Franklin. Does anyone have a photo of this dash to confirm? Thanks, Karl

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32franklin__coupe_015.JPG 

I found this here in the for sale section! 1932 Franklin Airman coupe. Thanks for everybody's help. Karl

 

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Glove box doors look like 34 PA, but obviously not. Looks like mid to high end car, 100 mph speedo would also indicate that.

 

posted at the same time as Karl’s ID.

Edited by edinmass (see edit history)

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Ed, 34 Pierce was my first thought, but when nothing was marked Pierce I started looking elsewhere. Franklin is a big car too.  Karl

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