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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by 61gasser, May 15, 2020.

  1. 61gasser
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  2. I identify as a male.
     
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  3. rusty valley
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    the back looks 27ish chevy, but the cowl doesn't seem right
     
  4. scotts52
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    I have no idea why but Studebaker came to my mind.
     
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  5. 56sedandelivery
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    It's just a white, 5 gallon bucket; nothing special about it, other than it's next to some rusty car parts. Sorry, but it's all I've got. I am Butch/56sedandelivery.
     
  6. 5window
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    I'm guessing you're single, 'cause a wife would make you clean up the yard before you start another car project. :)
     
  7. 61gasser
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    Ha, not my yard. Mines not a whole lot better though, not gonna lie!
     
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  8. Is that right-hand drive?

    The little lights and their location seem like a good clue.
     
  9. I think he's out buying it.
     
  10. traffic61
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    It's old and crusty, so of course I can identify with it.
     
  11. 1pickup
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    1st thought was Essex, but I'm leaning toward Whippet.
     
  12. Atwater Mike
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    Thet's ol' Ma Parker's place! Thet car body come up outa the wash back yonder.
    Ol' Pa didn't rightly allow it was in the Ford line, but said it was anybody's guess.

    Yessir...
     
  13. saltflats
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    Snag the gas pump when your there.
     
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  14. 61gasser
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    I have no idea.
     
  15. hotrodjack33
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    And grab that aluminum ladder too...they're great for doing electrical work in wet basements.:eek:
     
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  17. squirrel
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    sure looks like it

    8134526-1927-oakland-2dr-sedan-std.jpg

    8134579-1927-oakland-2dr-sedan-std.jpg
     
  18. Would that be the toeboard that the steering column goes through (on the Oakland)?
     
  19. studebakerjoe
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    I would think it goes thru the toeboard. That hole on the passenger side is quite likely for an old manifold heater. There are many Model A firewalls with holes in them for exactly that purpose.
     
  20. The37Kid
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    I agree, those four holes to the outside hold that vacuum tank in place as seen in the above photo. Bob
     
  21. What purpose does a vacuum tank serve on this?
     
  22. rusty valley
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  23. seb fontana
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    Not a Dodge?
     
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