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Old 11-29-2015, 04:50 PM
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Default Christmas came early

A friend of the family dropped these window signs off today to my brother. His dad wanted to make sure they went to a good home. Can anyone tell us if these are production or custom? What vintage? Any other information? Thank you.
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It would be best to photograph them on a white background and place them in an orientation that is easily read. thanks
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at a glance it would appear to be after market. will made and would go in any make in the quarter glass. as they look to big for the door I have the clamps in the 67 for them.
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Hopefully this is a better photo.
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I would have to agree with ED. I do not recall seeing anything like this from the coachbuilders, but that does not mean it was not a smaller or even local shop wagon conversion. Either way, they are pretty cool, and would make great wall art.
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all most superior. in appearance
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