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Old 02-03-2010, 09:31 PM
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Need help IDing this

My dad and I have been trying to figure out what this piece is it is a piece of a body, but we do not know the year make or model and I was wondering if anyone here can help us out? We have been trying to figure out for years what it is but with no luck. If you need more pics. I have no problem taking more if it helps.








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Old 02-04-2010, 03:16 PM
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I don't know but i would like to have it . Old truck looks like not sure


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Old 02-06-2010, 12:13 PM
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I have seen that instrument panel before somewhere, Possibly Franklin or some one of the others of the time.
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Looks like a old 50's Chevy Truck
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No late teens to very early 30s
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Pre 32 judging by the straight up windshield post. Unique press work on the dash. It would look good painted and striped hanging on my garage wall.
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vintage tin

Gauge panel is similar to a 1927/8 Chrysler/ DeSoto Steering column drop appears similar also Are there any marks or numbers on the rear of the gauge panel? b0nes611
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I have seen that instrument panel before somewhere, Possibly Franklin or some one of the others of the time.
Shane
I'd say pre 1930.
the dash panel is likely recognizable to some one.
I'll go with 1926 Dodge bros , Hupmoble, HudsonEssex.
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