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Old 04-16-2011, 12:14 AM
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your turn!

Brian - you got the last one right - your turn to try the stump us all with another question!

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Old 04-16-2011, 09:30 AM
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I forgot about the thread and had taken this photo at the Goodguys a few weeks ago. Funnything is I think I remember asking this question when this thread first started. But being I can't find it, I'll ask it again.

What year is this Ford door and how do you know?

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Old 04-16-2011, 12:40 PM
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I forgot about the thread and had taken this photo at the Goodguys a few weeks ago. Funnything is I think I remember asking this question when this thread first started. But being I can't find it, I'll ask it again.

What year is this Ford door and how do you know?

Brian
Brian if I say one, it will be the other. 33 3w coupe, 34 the same, tell by the belt line.

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Old 04-16-2011, 12:52 PM
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Bob, it is NOT a 34 for one very clear reason. What is that reason?

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Old 04-16-2011, 01:33 PM
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I shouldn't answer this as I have no question to ask.

The extra panel (webbing) at the back of the window opening that started on the 34 (smokers window).
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Old 04-16-2011, 03:07 PM
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You got it Rich, Ford used this window design from 34-39 (and then VW did from 49-53 as they HAD copied the 38 Ford in their design).

It's your floor Rich.

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Old 04-16-2011, 10:28 PM
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What make & year is this car
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What make & year is this car
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Looks to me like some one plans on sleeping in.

Would it be a 1927 Packard Touring. And that my friend is a pure guess.

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Well Bob that was a good guess, it is a Packard, but not a 1927
I think the year may be to hard of a question. Will see, maybe Brian will know.
Rich
Can't sleep in around here, it's to noisy. There are 5 young boys (2to13) that live next door, unless it's raining they'll be out running around & yelling & having a good time at about 8:30 Then the church bells start at 8:45. Then after the church service the bells start again for about an hour, then they ring every hour for the time of day, this goes on until 9 Pm
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Well Bob that was a good guess, it is a Packard, but not a 1927
I think the year may be to hard of a question. Will see, maybe Brian will know.
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Can't sleep in around here, it's to noisy. There are 5 young boys (2to13) that live next door, unless it's raining they'll be out running around & yelling & having a good time at about 8:30 Then the church bells start at 8:45. Then after the church service the bells start again for about an hour, then they ring every hour for the time of day, this goes on until 9 Pm
1915 548 touring car.

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You have it Bob, good going
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After world war one, The Duesenburg came out with something on the car that was a world's first, on a production car.

What did they come out with?

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This had the first "mass-produced" straight eight engine in the U.S.It was an extremely advanced and expensive automobile offering features such as single overhead camshafts, four-valve cylinder heads, and the first four wheel hydraulic brakes
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This had the first "mass-produced" straight eight engine in the U.S.It was an extremely advanced and expensive automobile offering features such as single overhead camshafts, four-valve cylinder heads, and the first four wheel hydraulic brakes
Well the brakes are what they called the world's first.

Dan you nave the floor.

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This modern day car is said to have failed the crash test so miserably that the test dummy had to be taken out of the car in pieces.
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