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This is in a 3 Stooges episode filmed in 1935. I can't find anything with 3 vents in the cowl like this. The vent doors can be found on a 32 Nash, among others. The rad has a slim vertical bright trim down the

middle, and  4 horizontal slats for the numerous black vertical fins. The shell seems to come to a point at the bottom. 

TIA for your help!

Jeff

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40 minutes ago, zipdang said:

Boattail in the background?

 

My first thought was Essex as they were relatively common, but the rear window in the top is wrong, plus it is on disc wheels. 

 

 

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On 8/8/2019 at 4:43 PM, nzcarnerd said:

1933 Chevrolet.

 

Thank you so much. It was driving me crazy!

 

Surprised the answer came from NZ, you must really love cars. What a beautiful country, you are lucky to live there.

 

Best wishes.

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Notice the strange rear wheel  on the boat tail. 

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11 hours ago, Curti said:

Notice the strange rear wheel  on the boat tail. 

 

Just a regular disc I think - like you would find on a Dodge of that era, and quite a few other makes. There were aftermarket suppliers of disc wheels as well.

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On 8/8/2019 at 4:43 PM, nzcarnerd said:

1933 Chevrolet.

 

Can you tell if it is a Master or a Standard 1933 Chevrolet?

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On 8/14/2019 at 8:50 AM, Ric Dean said:

Can you tell if it is a Master or a Standard 1933 Chevrolet?

 

According to the information in The Standard Catalog the Sport Roadster was only available in the Master Eagle (CA) series.  In the Standard Mercury (CC) series there were only three body styles - two coupes and a sedan.

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