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It appears to be a rather early trans axle, and somebody will probably want it to use for a speedster project. It’s not worth a ton of money. But it’s certainly worth saving to help somebody out. It looks like 1905-1912 at a quick glance. Small car. The hubcap may have identification on it. 

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It appears as tho the driveshaft is missing,it may have been under a trailer in the old days. It may also mean that the transmission was gutted so the gears weren't turning to add resistance to the trailer while it was being towed. If that is the case that will affect value negatively. It also appears to have had a lot of brazing on one side of the center housing which isn't a good sign. If you put it in the "parts for sale" section I suggest you put in your general location so guys will know how far they have to go to pick it up.

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