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Technical Interior garnish Molding ID

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by bustingear, Jun 30, 2020.

  1. bustingear
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    Needing some help in the ID of this set of garnish moldings. Make, Year Range, Models? Front/Rear?
    Thanks much
     

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  2. squirrel
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    late 30s-mid 50s 2 door sedan, rear.

    If you want to figure out what they fit, make some guesses, go to google images, and search things like

    1948 chevy interior

    and see what you find. The big clue is the shape of the bottom inside edge, you should be able to spot that in an online image.

    good luck!
     
  3. bustingear
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    Bump...Anyone recognize these?
     
  4. 302GMC
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    from Idaho

    Best guess - '40 thru '48 cheap Dodge or Plymouth 2dr
     
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  6. bustingear
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    someone has to know these?
     
  7. squirrel
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    since I'm tired of seeing this, i did some googling for you.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/293406140279

    is really close, so it's probably a GM from just before the war.

    commission expected
     
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  8. redo32
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    We get a commission for finding parts? Where do I send my time slip?
     
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  9. Mark Grabo
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    from Upstate NY

    our 1940 Buick had something similar . But they had an insert in them
     
  10. bustingear
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    Where do i send the finders check? Actually i have been watching ebay and this one must have just popped up. Two stripes in mine and only one in the one on ebay. Must be a year thing.
     
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  11. bustingear
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    Thanks but unfortunately still not conclusive. The bottom aesthetic lines are a give away. There are two that run all the way across. Cant seem to find an example that is quite the same. This one is 35" long and 15" tall with five screw mounting holes. Squirrel has me honed into Maybe mid to late thirties chevy ?
     
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  13. mr.chevrolet
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    I'll guess 46-7-8 chevy
     
  14. 1940 Plymouth 2 door sedan? IMG_20200714_181011841.jpg IMG_20200714_181045364.jpg
     
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  15. squirrel
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    not even close...it's a GM garnish, late 30s...

    ply garn.jpg
     
  16. Yup, seeing them side by side not the same at all. The corner is way sharper and looks taller. My bad.
     
  17. bustingear
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  18. I think its from the 30's also I had a Ronsononly Car back then & it
    looked the same.
    Just my 3.5 cents

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