Friday before Labor Day weekend, my son and I went for a walk thru the woods on an old farm that my folks owned many years ago. The owners have been friends and we've stayed in touch all along. I knew from when I was a kid that there was an old farm dump that had long grown over and is barely noticable these days. We started pickin' around and found a few old car parts & pieces. While a few items are likely good only for 'yard art', some of the other stuff might come in handy. Here's a few things we found: An old pickup box - even had the tailgate with it - anybody know what it is? And a gastank/cowl piece off a whatzit? An instrument cluster, no idea what it's from: A pair of fenders with what's left of headlight buckets and crossbar: A couple of grille shells - the first one I tried to identify but couldn't find anything close: And this one: This partial dash-panel had us wondering what it was. Especially interesting is that little tag on it: "Coasting Switch Underneath" (looks like aluminum): And this cowl assembly, still has the serial # tag on it: "Fisher Body" means it's GM, I'm guessing Chevy, any ideas? We left quite a few parts & pieces in the woods, it was getting dark and we had to get home - 200 miles away. But we'll be back. If anyone can clue us in on what these pieces are we'd appreciate the help. We're mostly Ford guys and I don't any of these are Ford, at least nothing we've seen before.