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05 Jan 2014 22:26 #26603 by auburnandyscar
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Interior handles, I have no clue...

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05 Jan 2014 22:27 #26604 by auburnandyscar
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Crazy carb, all brass

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06 Jan 2014 16:42 #26612 by RandyEma
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The door handles are similar to 1933 Auburn salon series but not correct. The carb is a 1914 to 1922 era piece but to my knowledge not Auburn. Randy

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07 Jan 2014 22:11 #26618 by Chris Summers
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I have a couple of those handles (as part of a grab bag of handles I bought from Joe Kaufmann's). I've shown them to multiple ACD guys and none knew what they were.

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08 Jan 2014 01:34 #26619 by Curt Schulze
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The handles look similar to 34-36 six cylinder closed . Turn the door handle over , look up by the shank, see if there is a small 'L' or 'R' .

I do see a speedster windshield wiper stop in the box.

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