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1939, Chrysler grill.  Complete with all bars, emblems, trim, etc. has some surface rust & corrosion. Barn fresh!  Haven’t been cleaned at all.  I can sent more pics if needed. It’s located in Santa Paula, Ca. 93060.  805-320-1528

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looks like 1939 chrysler imperial  front

 

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33 minutes ago, Brooklyn Beer said:

What makes this different then a Royal?

 

The color of the badge, probably. The Royal has a blue badge.

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In 1939 the Saratoga, New Yorker and Imperial had red badges - the models were distinguished by interior differences such as seat and door panels and some of the badging has the model type imprinted in it.

 

Royals and Royal Windsor’s had a blue badge.

 

I believe the nose is the same on all of them and the badge only has a pigment difference.

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