Unknown Trim
Powerflite
Posted 2019-10-27 1:32 AM (#589338)
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Anyone know what this trim fits? I was thinking '59 Plymouth, but I'm not sure. Thanks.



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Posted 2019-10-27 2:37 AM (#589341 - in reply to #589338)
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Powerflite - 2019-10-26 10:32 PM
Anyone know what this trim fits? I was thinking '59 Plymouth, but I'm not sure. Thanks.


Very close but seems too short (??)

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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-10-27 9:34 AM (#589348 - in reply to #589338)
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negative, those pieces dont touch, one probably goes on the fender, the other at the end of the quarter panel...

its almost like a 60 Dodge but its the wrong shape I think.





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Posted 2019-10-27 12:09 PM (#589355 - in reply to #589338)
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I may have found it. 1962 Chrysler 300H. I think the piece that fits inside the other trim, actually goes under the 300 emblem.



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Posted 2019-10-27 3:33 PM (#589365 - in reply to #589338)
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I was wrong. The trim goes the other way. The one with the recessed end must be for the front section.



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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-10-27 4:03 PM (#589366 - in reply to #589338)
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yeah that it, I would think the front is a single piece but who knows
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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-10-27 4:05 PM (#589367 - in reply to #589338)
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nope those are mini spears for the door and quarter good find.

you can see the break in the trim on the door here

 

https://cdn1.mecum.com/auctions/ca0815/ca0815-219944/images/ca0815-219944_3@2x.jpg?1439592640000

 



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Powerflite
Posted 2022-10-10 1:36 AM (#624818 - in reply to #589355)
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I got this unknown trim as well. Anyone recognize it? It looks like inside rear window trim, but it doesn't seem to fit any cars that I have. It might be older. The bottom one is odd too, and I have no idea what it is. It's about 3" wide.



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Powerflite
Posted 2023-04-16 1:40 AM (#628931 - in reply to #624818)
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I bought this emblem from the fling. It looks to be made for the '57-'58 Dodge, but I have no idea where it would go on them. There is a recess in it, for it to sit on top of some trim. Anyone recognize it? The casting number on it is 1756524, but I can't find anything even close to that in the book. It's also bigger than the glove box or horn button emblems, but smaller than the quarter panel emblems.

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mikes2nd
Posted 2023-04-16 11:59 AM (#628939 - in reply to #589338)
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Posted 2023-04-16 6:42 PM (#628943 - in reply to #589338)
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Thanks for the info. I don't know why I didn't think of an export, but it makes sense. Specifically, it is for 1957 only, like on this '57 Regent.



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mikes2nd
Posted 2023-04-16 7:54 PM (#628944 - in reply to #589338)
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yeah, i have one, and that Canadian only one-year curved dodge on the back also... weird stuff
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Posted 2023-09-13 10:10 AM (#631832 - in reply to #589338)
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Does anyone recognize this clock with a blue face? I'm trying to find it a good home.



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Posted 2023-09-13 1:58 PM (#631834 - in reply to #631832)
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Powerflite - 2023-09-13 4:10 PM

Does anyone recognize this clock with a blue face? I'm trying to find it a good home.



1960 Ford

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Powerflite
Posted 2023-09-14 2:17 AM (#631847 - in reply to #631834)
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Thanks! I think you are correct.
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Posted 2023-09-18 2:35 AM (#631916 - in reply to #589338)
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You would think I could identify something in the '57-'59 range with a part number on it, but I can't figure out where this trim goes. Anyone recognize it? It is part number 1839848.



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22mafeja
Posted 2023-09-19 12:10 PM (#631940 - in reply to #589338)
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Could it be the trim on the parcel/roof pillar shelf? Don`t know to which car ...
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