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never out light 6v?
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Hi have a never out by rose mfg trying to find what it may have fit. I have found so far it's a combo light/license plate holder but after couple hours cannot find one the same. it does have what I…Continue

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Molly replied to jim galbraith's discussion never out light 6v?
"E&J tail lamp used in 1909 – 1912 model years, this one is mounted in conjunction with a dealer accessory “Neverout” license plate bracket."
Apr 1
jim galbraith replied to jim galbraith's discussion never out light 6v?
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Mar 15
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never out light 6v?

Hi have a never out by rose mfg trying to find what it may have fit. I have found so far it's a combo light/license plate holder but after couple hours cannot find one the same. it does have what I believe is a 6v bulb in it.See More
Mar 15
Charles L. Floyd , Jr replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hello Mr. Jim,    I still believe this to be a "Turtle Deck" for an old Roadster circa, late teens or twenties. A Roadster is a Convertible Model. Coupes- Two Door Closed Cars had different body construction.  Many times,…"
Feb 6
jim galbraith replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"possible but I doubt it. if you click on the attachment below the picture it should show you the inside with the wood bracing. I wouldn't think there would be wood against a coal stove. metal is thin too like 16 - 18 gauge"
Feb 6
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Looks like a coal hopper. Lift lid, shovel coal into it.  Large opening attaches to coal furnace and an auger feeds the coal into the firebox.  Don't understand what you mean "there's wood in it".  If so, it…"
Feb 6
jim galbraith replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Good man! thank you!"
Feb 4
Charles L. Floyd , Jr replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hey Jim,    A late teens "Saxon" Roadster had a similar opening compartment- but Turtle Deck was quite a bit shorter overall. Still working on it as time allows. There were hundreds of makers of automobiles in this era. It`s…"
Feb 4
jim galbraith replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"similar but mine has much smaller opening"
Feb 3
vicki hufstetler replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"It would be like this, right?"
Feb 3
vicki hufstetler replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"That's exactly what i was thinking - Well not exactly. I just know that it looks very much like items our Great Uncle had in his THREE garages - LOL He collected antique Ford automobiles. Mostly from the 1930's. "
Feb 3
jim galbraith replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"also has black, what looks to me, automotive paint inside"
Feb 3
jim galbraith replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I wouldn't think so. it has wood in it. "
Feb 3
Mark D Swartz replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Any chance that is simply a fireplace cover rather than an auto part?"
Feb 3
Charles L. Floyd , Jr replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Neat piece if we can figure it out- valuable to someone doing a restoration on this model. Looks to be in pretty good shape. Styling could go even further back into the late teens...say to 1925---A smaller make of car... Good Luck----Charlie"
Feb 3
jim galbraith replied to jim galbraith's discussion any ideas what this is from? in the group Whadja Find Today
"let me find the lid and I will get back next couple days. thank you"
Feb 3

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