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Unknown Vintage Car Grill / Front Clip

Thaumaturge

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Age
68
Last Subscription Date
07/12/2019
Yah... I was thinking late 40s-early 50s Hudson, but couldn't find right grill. Agree on Plymouth.
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High Voltage

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Last Subscription Date
12/14/2016
Thanks folks. Looking at images on Google, Plymouth looks like a match for sure. Really appreciate the help!
 

John Newman Jr.

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Age
64
Last Subscription Date
01/10/2019
Grilles today are all plastic with a chrome plating. Much like the 'chrome' parts were when you built a plastic car model kit.
 
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