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Hot Rods I D this cowl please

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by JOECOOL, Apr 18, 2018.

  1. JOECOOL
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    Walking thru a backyard and thought I had seen everything . This cowl has a alloy section below the windshield and a alloy vent and cool windshield posts.Looks like some small round vents also. Firewall is riveted on ,nice little center peak for the hood. Appears to have the door catches on the A pillar ,maybe suicide doors. A cowl1.jpg ny ideas?
    sorry my picture skills are crap.
     

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  2. I posted these photos on the AACA. Someone there will know what it is from.
     
  3. rusty valley
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    that is an oddball
     
  4. anthony myrick
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    resembles an early 20s Studebaker Six
    1924----------------------------------------------1923
    stud.jpg stud 2.JPG
     
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  5. Apenaut
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    Looks very close to my 1924 Studebaker Light 6 cowl. Windshield frame and cowl lights look like Studebaker, but I'm not sure what model used alloy pieces (my windshield frame and vent are steel). 1934-24 Big 6 like pics above?

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  6. Apenaut
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  7. Yep....looks to be a 1922 Studebaker Special 6.... 1922 Studebaker.jpg
     

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