The Jalopy Journal
1929 Dictator cabriolet, 39 President 4 dr., 40 Commander 2dr., 49 Champion 4 dr., 49 1/2ton pu., 49 2 ton truck............GUILTY
Got to remember there were 100's of different car companies in the teen's and twenties. My books have lots of pictures different cars that have...
I used to have a Studebaker wheel that looked like that, 38 if I remember right
Definitely 34 Nash, 33 and 35 are very different.
Would be great to have, but prices start at $50,000 and go up
29 Dodge, has the side cowl vents
To me the fire wall does not look like a Chevy, I'm thinking more like a 25-8 Chrysler coupe missing the top.
Studebaker also had banjo wheels 36-38 or 39
Beautiful car. That took a little time to figure out the top, good job.
Many cars with the double belt lines, some have 3 hinges some 4. The visor is different than most, the closest I can find is a 1928 Chrysler, its...
33 or 34 Chevy, Buick, or Olds., they all have very similar belt lines. Inside handle placement might be the only way to tell them apart.
Helped a buddy put steel in his 31 Chevy coupe, we squared up the front, but did angle the back for swinging clearance since he wanted as little...
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definitely a 50 Chrysler.
Check for blockage of the tubes, I have found mice nests in them before.
Yep, that's the one I saw but from the other side.
1928 Graham-Paige, last year for wood spokes has 4 bolts on outer edge. I did find a picture of one on the web with that exact design. I don't...
Love the square birds, had 2 59's and a 60 years ago. That one looks like a 58 to me also, each year had a different grill, 59 had a tube grill....
In the 1st picture is a 47-8 Frazer, ugly bumpers. Nose of 48 or newer Chevy truck, several 46-8 Mopars. My guess is 48
Used a 67-72 Chevy Suburban on a Model A Vicky, fit fantastic after moving it around a little. Can't remember if I used the front or back portion,...
If I was closer I'd take it.
Grill shell looks like a 37. Late 36, 37, 38 are basically the same cabs, minor differences.
Chevy is a 36, has the horizontal hood vents, 34-5 have vertical vents.
According to my Chrysler book it could be a 26 Chrysler Series 58 2 passenger coupe or a 27 Series 50 or 60. All the same body, different...
My truck spotters guide has a drawing of a 37 REO C.O.E. panel that looks very close to that. Hard to see detail in fuzzy photos.
Willys is my first thought.
Studebaker Drivers Club website should have all their advertisers that are in their magazine "Turning Wheels". One of the first ads I ran across...
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