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Hi Group,
We have a little different Feature Car this month. Don & Linda Poole have picked up a car body that just defies identification. It has some very unique features and some fancy embossed scroll work in the metal that has definition, but none of us know just what it is. We don't even know the year or manufacturer. So we are looking for some help from the Gear Heads of America. I have several pictures here on the site and more are available. What is this car? It's a 3-window coupe. The body seems to be a little wider then most cars, as it is 6 inches wider and the doors are 6 inches longer than our 1931 Model A Ford 3-window coupe. The roof opening is 4' wide and 41 inches from front to back. The dashboard sports square or rectangular gauges. The construction is all steel with no wood supports or stiffeners in it. The frame is very strong, as it is a full frame from front to back and just inside the firewall it is expanded into an extra frame that is mounted on the outside of the main frame. It appears that there is no welding on any of the original frame or body and it is connected by rivets. There are longitudinal leaf springs in the front instead of the standard center single cross over type of suspension. It has dual cowl vents and the windshield visor is attached 1 inch below the roof top. The windshield tilts out at the bottom. It has indented holes in the cowl for marker lights. It has lots of very nice embossed metal work on the body. The windshield visor is embossed in the center. It appears that the only numbers found are on the firewall ( 228 ), and there seems to be a place on the inside of each door for an ID plate, but the dimples were never punched out and there are no adhesive marks on them. It has a unique floor plate in the back just above where the rear end yoke would be. Any ideas? What is this car? It's a 3-window coupe. It is 6 inches wider and the doors are 6 inches longer than our 1931 Model A Ford 3-window coupe. It had square or rectangular gauges. It had longitudinal leaf springs in the front. It has dual cowl vents and the windshield visor is attached 1 inch below the roof top. The windshield tilts out at the bottom. It has holes in the cowl for marker lights. It has lots of embossed metal work on the body. The windshield visor is embossed in the center. Any ideas? Thanks. Don & Lin




 

 




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