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History Are these small parts pre-war Ford ?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 34 GAZ, May 28, 2019.

  1. Anyone recognize this small complicated gaspedal assembly ? part #AF-9730. Then the last 2 pics of what look like steel gas pedalpads or gaspedal footrests ?
    Then the trick question. What's up with the logo stamping of what looks most like a Maltese Cross ?
    Also a Cross on one front spring clamp and slightly different on the grey front springpad/crankhole which i,m sure are Ford . U bolt 2.JPG
    gas 4.JPG gas 1.JPG gas 2.JPG gas 3.JPG gas 4.JPG gas 5.JPG U bolt 1.JPG U bolt 2.JPG U bolt 3.JPG U bolt 4.JPG 100_9815.JPG 100_9816.JPG
    Big thumbnails these days ?
     
  2. alchemy
    Joined: Sep 27, 2002
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    The gray spring clamp/crank guide is a Ford part. Probably Model A. The other spring clamp pad looks like it's from a parallel leaf car or truck, so maybe it's from a '42 on up Ford? I've never seen any of the other parts, but that's not to say they couldn't be European since that's where you are located.
     
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  3. This thing looks like the doodad that sits on top of an F-100 front spring for the rubber bumper to hit on when the spring bottoms out.
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  4. Wonder if anyone from the weekend crowd can throw some light on the maltese-cross stamp/logo and the two small round thingamajigs.
     
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  5. Looks german,probably Göödentite.​
     
  6. Jethro
    Joined: Mar 5, 2001
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    I'm not saying it is , but that cross looks like an American LaFrance logo early 20th century alf1.jpg
     

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