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Period Auburn 1935 - 1936 Photos

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22 Mar 2020 17:10 - 22 Mar 2020 18:53 #39795 by johnmereness
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23 Mar 2020 15:26 #39810 by Curt Schulze
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John, I wonder when that last 'period' pix was taken. I the very thin white walls seems more modern.

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24 Mar 2020 15:50 - 24 Mar 2020 15:59 #39813 by johnmereness
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Curt, the 6 Cylinder Cabriolet getting "take out" photo was taken in 1937, in Los Angeles - it was part of a photo collection where all photos were taken in 1937 year - it is a special photo collection within the digital photo collection of the Los Angeles Public Library. And even enlarging it I could not ID the photo brand.

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24 Mar 2020 15:55 #39814 by johnmereness
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Curt, did you notice the second photo - the 6 cylinder Cabriolet has straight oriented door handles, while the 6 cylinder sedan does not - they are tilted/slanted.

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30 Mar 2020 01:07 #39854 by Curt Schulze
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My black 35 six sedan had 3 straight handles The drivers door was wore out. 25K miles. I have seen them both ways , same p/n's Obviously the open cars had different latches. Go figure............ That is a good note for the judges. Thanks for posting John.

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31 Mar 2020 21:23 #39861 by johnmereness
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