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Gorgeous 1934 Chevrolet Sport Coupe

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1934 Chevrolet with sidemounts and luggage rack. Also standard rumble seat. Picture taken at the Hotel Frederick in Endicott, NY. I’m a Chevy guy, so I will leave identification of the other cars up to the experts. To me, the car directly in front of the coupe has a Hudson feel to it. Enjoy.    

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Right in front of the steps looks like a 36 Ford 5 window coupe and ironically about 3 cars down another twin to it and maybe the tudor variant right under the sign. 

I agree it looks like a Hudson of some sort in front of the Chevy. The hood vents on the car behind the Chevy should be a giveaway on that car. 

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1 hour ago, auburnseeker said:

Right in front of the steps looks like a 36 Ford 5 window coupe and ironically about 3 cars down another twin to it and maybe the tudor variant right under the sign. 

I agree it looks like a Hudson of some sort in front of the Chevy. The hood vents on the car behind the Chevy should be a giveaway on that car. 

 

The Ford coupe has a sign on its door - maybe a hotel staff car?

 

1 hour ago, auburnseeker said:

That sedan with the hood vents may be a 1934 Plymouth. 

 

Yup - I also can make out the ship in a circle hood ornament.

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4 hours ago, auburnseeker said:

That sedan with the hood vents may be a 1934 Plymouth. 

Could be a coupe or a sedan.

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I'm surprised you didn't rattle off the rest in the photo Keiser.  You must be busy. ;) 

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I see a lot of 1935 and 1936 Fords across the street. Trying to figure out the sedan across the street on the left. Second from left could be a 1931 DeSoto sedan.

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17 hours ago, auburnseeker said:

I'm surprised you didn't rattle off the rest in the photo Keiser.  You must be busy. ;) 

 

I agree. Any chance Mr. Keiser that the car just in front of the Chevy coupe is a ca.1935-36 Hudson or Terraplane??  C'mon, you da man!! 

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It's a 1934 Hudson (1935 has a split rear window)....here is the 4 door version slightly customized....

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Since Endicott, N. Y. is a rather small town,

is the street scene changed much today from

the 1930's?  Specifically, is the old hotel still

there, being used for some purpose?  In small

towns, things often don't change much over

many decades.

 

I'm sure I've been through Endicott before.

Thanks, Knee-action, for sharing the old picture.

 

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2 hours ago, John_S_in_Penna said:

Since Endicott, N. Y. is a rather small town,

is the street scene changed much today from

the 1930's?  Specifically, is the old hotel still

there, being used for some purpose?  In small

towns, things often don't change much over

many decades.

 

I'm sure I've been through Endicott before.

Thanks, Knee-action, for sharing the old picture.

 

 

I'd also be interested to know if those buidings still exist in Endicott, NY. I can't be of much help in that regard as I live in Germantown, Tennessee, just east of Memphis. You are welcome regarding the sharing of the picture. Very nice of you to mention it.  

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