|03-14-2004 03:00 PM|
|345coupe||Thanks, Crazy! We may have a winner. I say "may" because the wings are a little different and the star is on the shell rather than the grille itself, but its the closest so far! You guys are awesome.|
|03-14-2004 02:06 PM|
|Crazy Mopar Guy||
Aw c'mon guys!!!!!!!!!?!?!?!?!
Maybe a late 20's?
My guess is a 1927 Dodge
|03-14-2004 12:42 PM|
|345coupe||I checked them out, but this car isn't one of them. Star Cars had a Cadillac-style emblem that said "Star" across it, leading to your point that it was an early part of Genaral Motors. At this rate, we'll get it simply by finding out what it isn't! Thanks anyway, Bob.|
|03-14-2004 12:08 PM|
|BOBCRMAN@aol.com||Just a suggestion but Star automobiles were built by Durant Motors(early GM) in the US. and there was a Canadian car called the Star Touring. These were mid to late twenties cars.|
|03-14-2004 11:12 AM|
Classic Car ID help
Put your thinking caps on. Can anyone identify this car?
Here is another view of the front.
The crazy thing is the Star of David on the grille. I am guessing that is added on, and not part of the manufacturer's emblem. A lady friend of mine is trying to identify this. Thanks for your help.