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Technical What car do these handles come from?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by KoolKat-57, Nov 6, 2015.

  1. KoolKat-57
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    Does anyone have an idea what car these handles were used on? handles 2.png handles.png
     
  2. KoolKat-57
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    Bump for the morning crowd!
    KK
     
  3. Engine man
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    I don't recall seeing those before. They look dangerous.
     
  4. Go to the AACA forums website and ask the handlesman. He will probably know.
     
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  5. ev88f
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    May not be automotive. I wouldn't be surprised if they were from industrial doors or appliances
     
  6. Yep, I'll second that. The square shanks are pretty long for an automotive application. Could even be old door handles from a house or business.
     
  7. KFC
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    Something coachbuilt, HJ milliner used something similar here in the uk. Long shank passed through the ash framed door.
     
  8. 2racer
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    refrigerators
     
  9. I'm sticking with the car part i.d..
     
  10. F&J
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    Yes, it shows two lefts and two right side.

    ..and the shanks are twisted/bent from the old wood frame doors when they had loose wood and were binding.
     
  11. They definitely look to be from a high end car.
     
  12. 2racer
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  13. Those I-F items are similar, but fatter and shorter and do not have the scallop on the underside.
     

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