1929-31 Chevy emblem.

Hoagie

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I found this 1929-31 Chevrolet radiator emblem today. This isn't exactly a post worthy find. But I'am a car & truck enthusiast and I think it's a pretty neat find.
 

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billb

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Congratulations on your nice recovery
That’s a great find
 

alloy_II

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Me too, this 1935 Dodge Brothers resting in my neighbors field, the Tics were out in full force so I decided not to remove any trinkets.

Notice how the glove box could easliy be moved to the other side to convert to a right hand drive for export.

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Hoagie

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Hoagie

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Congratulations on your nice recovery
That’s a great find
Thanks Bill, It still has some trace of the original blue paint that was on the emblem.
 

Hunk-a-lead

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I found this 1929-31 Chevrolet radiator emblem today. This isn't exactly a post worthy find. But I'am a car & truck enthusiast and I think it's a pretty neat find.
sweet find indeed!
 

brianc053

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Thanks for posting Hoagie. I'm not a major car guy, but I do like it when I find something clearly car-related while detecting.
I found this early 1900's Chevrolet grease/axle cap during my last hunt of 2021 (Dec. 29th or 30th, before it snowed and froze here in NJ). If any of you experts can share additional details (like what car it might have come from) I'd love to learn. The inside is threaded. I'm not sure if it has a bullet hole or if that's plow damage (came from a farm field about 50 yards from where a garage is, and near a split-rail fence, so I pictured somebody putting it up on the fence and shooting at it for target practice).
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Digger RJ

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I found this 1929-31 Chevrolet radiator emblem today. This isn't exactly a post worthy find. But I'am a car & truck enthusiast and I think it's a pretty neat find.
Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 

Lenrac2

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That is a great find! Thanks for sharing!!
 

Blak bart

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Thats sweet....I like it....congrats !!
 

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Nice FIND !!
 

villagenut

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I think it is a great find, I dug a 1918 Cadillac radiator emblem last year. Had no idea what iitwas....
 

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