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1942 DeSoto and was carried over on some 1946s....[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Examples of a steel hubcap base with chrome plated, pressed brass skin. These are for a 1931 Dodge and are rough, but you get the idea....[ATTACH]...
Try Apple Hydraulics.
I have a 1964 Chrysler 300 full wheel cover in my pile....[ATTACH]
I is a Dodge Brothers. Looks to be about a 1922 or so with different headlamps and added parking lamps and chrome. Different hood, too.
Looks like a solid start. There was a guy on here who made a deck lid for a 1930-31 Plymouth. Do a search.
Looks like a 1920 or so Marmon cloverleaf.
I guess I should have said, "1960"....going by the Plymouth book....
Plymouth had no external badges that year to determine V8 or not inside.
Could have been a slant six or V8.
1908 Queen automobile.
Yes, as long as people post only one or two items at a time so the thread doesn't get confusing.
Looks to be a 1929 Model A steering wheel. No Dodge stuff there that I can see.
Yes....with Sandra Dee.
There are six in this photo....[ATTACH]
It may mention production numbers here....https://texacotankerproject.com/the-origin-of-the-streamlined-tankers-the-texaco-doodlebug/
Totally original for that Studebaker.
A critical dimension was missed. What is the distance from top to bottom at the center?
That green/blue Chrysler Airflow is a 1937, also. The red one is a 1934 DeSoto Airflow.
I don't see his arm going behind her, but if you look closely, you may see his bare arm where his sleeves are rolled up. All of the shadows are...
She's further back so looks smaller. Like noboD said. She's on the trailer.
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