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    My contribution today

    I came across this picture today so here goes to all who might have never seen it 51631889_2279064082334719_1038691618099560448_o.jpg

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    Looks to me like four screw horn grills but I don't see any black under the engine grill. Even if two screws....? And the fresh air grill looks black. I just love period photos!

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    Bowzer,

    Now you're gettin it.


    Wouldn't we LOVE to know those VIN's. Wonderful photo. Thanks.
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    Awesome photo! thanks Bowzer!
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    That’s an old photo!
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    Shame they left them out on the grass. Probably that's where the rust started !

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    I believe the caption was that the USA cars were awaiting their seal beam lights, and thanks for the contribution.
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    I notice that all the wipers are parked to the right side, but don't recall ever seeing that on U.S. cars as delivered here..thoughts?

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    Wipers parked right side until 68 when they parked left side
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    Interesting to also note that all of the cars parked have steel wheels. Fuchs were first offered in mid 1966, so this pic could well be 65-early 66, which may corroborate with the belief that these were 4 screw horn grills.

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