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16 Feb 2014 12:08 #27009 by 61xlch
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The spark plug wire cover looks exactly as my Repop Wire cover for my 1931 8-98.
And the chromed bumper brackets are definitely bumper brackets, but I dont know the exact year. The black brackets besides of these could also be parts of leaf spring shackles?

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16 Feb 2014 12:46 #27010 by landmark
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auburnandyscar wrote: [img][url=http://s490.photobucket.com/user/weps_photo/media/SAM_2773_zps9fd41b9c.jpg.html][img]http://i490.photobucket.com/albums/rr264/weps_photo/SAM_2773_zps9fd41b9c.jpg[/url][/img]


Unfinished repro part


Hello,

the item (marked J-125) in the first picture could(would be a Duesenberg Model J engine "Chaincase lower cover". In the Model J Parts List, the Part No. for that part is "J-125".

Have you checked if there is a No. stamped aswell on the item in second picture?

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Matt

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17 Feb 2014 02:18 #27019 by auburnandyscar
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61xlch wrote: The spark plug wire cover looks exactly as my Repop Wire cover for my 1931 8-98.
And the chromed bumper brackets are definitely bumper brackets, but I dont know the exact year. The black brackets besides of these could also be parts of leaf spring shackles?

Andreas


Thanks for the reply- I bet you are right about the items being rear leaf spring shackles. I was thinking the rears were the same design as the front spring shackles (with the bolts swedged into the side plate) but I am wrong <!-- s:oops: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_redface.gif" alt=":oops:" title="Embarassed" /><!-- s:oops: --> also, the ones "I" have are rusty and ugly unlike the ones pictured!

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17 Feb 2014 02:23 #27020 by auburnandyscar
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Hello,
the item (marked J-125) in the first picture could(would be a Duesenberg Model J engine "Chaincase lower cover". In the Model J Parts List, the Part No. for that part is "J-125".
Have you checked if there is a No. stamped aswell on the item in second picture?
Cheers
Matt[/quote]


There are not any numbers stamped into the part, and as you can see the part is not 'finished' (I.E. bolt holes, etc) so it is either a copy of an existing part, or possibly one purchased from Mr. Ema.
THANK YOU for identifying it! :D

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17 Feb 2014 13:16 #27029 by Curt Schulze
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31-32-33 Auburn rear bumper plates and trim?


There are three dawson plugs which are used in 20's-30's open cars that did not have roll up windows.

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18 Feb 2014 04:42 #27040 by mikespeed35
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The dawson plugs are used in 35-36 Auburn Speedsters. There are different ones depending on the slope of the body where they are installed. They are probably used on 31-33 Speedsters also.
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