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fintastic57
Posted 2014-04-04 12:39 PM (#434579 - in reply to #421850)
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Anyone seen a dealer tag from "Wells Auto Sales" a Chrysler Plymouth dealer in Metropolis Illinois? I would like to find one. That is the dealer my 57 sold new. Dick
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earleebob
Posted 2014-04-04 5:03 PM (#434611 - in reply to #421850)
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anyone else got one of these?



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58DeSoDodge59
Posted 2014-04-06 9:35 PM (#434844 - in reply to #434611)
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oldwood
Posted 2014-04-06 9:59 PM (#434846 - in reply to #422414)
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vedette - 2014-01-16 7:50 PM

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Here is my '61 Plymouth Belvedere, 60 Ply. Savoy and newly acquired '59 Dodge Custom Royal

Dorsey,here's the dealership where your '61 came from
I wish I had a postcard of the Oakley dealership
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miquelonbrad
Posted 2014-04-12 8:54 PM (#435754 - in reply to #421850)
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I found this one in an antique store, while I was on vacation in B.C. It was a bit pricey, but it appears to have never been used! And you don't see many with the FL emblem...




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soiouz
Posted 2014-04-12 9:08 PM (#435758 - in reply to #435754)
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miquelonbrad - 2014-04-12 8:54 PM

I found this one in an antique store, while I was on vacation in B.C. It was a bit pricey, but it appears to have never been used! And you don't see many with the FL emblem...



Really cool find!
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fenix
Posted 2014-04-13 11:34 AM (#435819 - in reply to #421850)
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Here's mine.



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soiouz
Posted 2014-04-14 4:56 PM (#436040 - in reply to #421850)
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He's mine, from Merner Motors, Dodge DeSoto dealership in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada:




Jeff, the former owner of my car, found it and was nice enough to send it to me. Since it's in such a nice shape, I'll put it back on its original location under the trunk of my car.



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Doctor DeSoto
Posted 2014-05-04 5:34 PM (#439288 - in reply to #434844)
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Here are a few of mine:




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FIN ME
Posted 2014-05-05 8:30 AM (#439363 - in reply to #421850)
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Wow, miquelonbrad and fenix! Those flookerang dealer emblems are great!

So which one of you wants to sell yours to me?!



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FIN ME
Posted 2014-05-05 8:33 AM (#439365 - in reply to #421850)
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Oh, and you too, Doctor DeSoto - that "Robinson" emblem is cool!


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SavoyPlaza
Posted 2014-05-05 10:19 AM (#439377 - in reply to #421850)
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Sell nothing! I'm going to bring mucho BEvERages up to Roger (fenix) and when he gets sleepy I will relieve him of this nameplate.


That one is very cool, Roger! Was it originally on your '61 or did you scavenge it elsewhere?
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Suddenly It's 1960
Posted 2014-05-05 7:40 PM (#439453 - in reply to #421850)
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Here is the nameplate on my 57 from Madison WI

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d500neil
Posted 2014-05-05 8:08 PM (#439460 - in reply to #421850)
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That Eddie's/Deadwood would be VERY popular in Europe, where they really get into the RockaBilly lifestyle.

Both names are KOOL....together!




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miquelonbrad
Posted 2014-05-05 9:01 PM (#439463 - in reply to #421850)
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Gillespie Blumer Madison...sounds like a lawyer firm!!!
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bigears
Posted 2014-05-06 6:50 AM (#439512 - in reply to #421850)
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SANZENBACHER - Warren Ohio





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SavoyPlaza
Posted 2014-05-06 8:43 AM (#439521 - in reply to #421850)
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If Gillespie Blumer Madison is a law firm, then Andy's Dodge's SANZENBACHER sounds like a medieval musical instrument!

Here are two dealer nameplates found on two of my wagons:
Pete



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earleebob
Posted 2014-05-06 9:20 AM (#439526 - in reply to #421850)
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Gee, these are great
Bring'em on!
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fenix
Posted 2014-05-06 10:47 AM (#439531 - in reply to #439377)
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SavoyPlaza - 2014-05-05 10:19 AM

Sell nothing! I'm going to bring mucho BEvERages up to Roger (fenix) and when he gets sleepy I will relieve him of this nameplate.


That one is very cool, Roger! Was it originally on your '61 or did you scavenge it elsewhere?
Pete


Got to get by the Phalanx mini gun turret on top of the house for starters and then ya have to deal with two mini Dolberman's (wennie dogs) which is the real test. :-)
Got the emblem off Ebay, didn't come on the car, i thought it would be a cool addition.
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fenix
Posted 2014-05-06 10:48 AM (#439532 - in reply to #439363)
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FIN ME - 2014-05-05 8:30 AM


Wow, miquelonbrad and fenix! Those flookerang dealer emblems are great!

So which one of you wants to sell yours to me?!



:)

Must be him! :-)
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FIN ME
Posted 2014-05-06 3:48 PM (#439571 - in reply to #421850)
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Yeah, miquelonbrad...it be you! Those wienie dogs sound problematic!



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fenix
Posted 2014-05-06 4:43 PM (#439582 - in reply to #439571)
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LOL, yep, the female (of course) is the one to worry about, the male will just lick ya to death if ya let him.
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imopar380
Posted 2014-05-07 12:25 AM (#439682 - in reply to #439582)
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This was on the Saratoga when I bought it.
Not the original dealer, which was Holt Motor Company in Van Nuys, so I'm not sure how old this one, Keyes Motors in Van Nuys is.
Keyes Motors was established in 1952 and is still extant. http://www.keyescars.com/ I'm going to send them an Email and see if they know
what era the frame is from.
I have both of the black plates, this one is from the front, the rear one is in better shape but the decal area is scraped up.





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59imperial
Posted 2014-05-07 12:52 AM (#439683 - in reply to #421850)
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Would love to see a license plate frame for Harger-Haldeman Chrysler/Plymouth on Figueroa St. in Los Angeles.
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Posted 2014-05-07 2:31 PM (#439786 - in reply to #421850)
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Does anyone have either a dealer emblem or a license plate frame for Massey Motors in Jacksonville, FL or for any Massey dealership. Massey dealerships were all throughout Florida, usually with another name, such as 'Massey-Mingledorf', or 'Massey-Yardley', or 'Massey-Mixon', and so on.
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The Chrysler Kid
Posted 2014-05-07 4:40 PM (#439810 - in reply to #421850)
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A family friend of ours grandfather owned the dealership in Leesburg they still have a few laying around so I a putting one on my car.
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ChristineFury
Posted 2014-05-07 8:03 PM (#439853 - in reply to #421850)
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These are cool.

Funny I have only seen them on the Mopar's but not any other make when I tried to look if others had them. I saw a plate from the dealer my car came from but I don't think it was like these are.
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FIN ME
Posted 2014-05-10 8:01 AM (#440142 - in reply to #421850)
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Some FL badges and other goodies on this site if anyone is looking for a specific dealership or trim item:

http://www.roadkillcustoms.com/emblems-badges-insignias/dealer-embl...


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FURY
Posted 2014-05-19 3:56 AM (#441439 - in reply to #440142)
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Here is mine, on my 57 Fury. Phil Hall, Hollywood.
Glenn.



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56RoyalLancer
Posted 2014-05-27 12:19 PM (#442470 - in reply to #421850)
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Here is mine. Doering Dodge in Greenfield Ave., Milwuakee WI. As you can see my dealer script is no longer attached to the car. I had it removed when I repainted the car many years ago (foolishly). I can not recall where it was/should be mounted. Does it go on the trunk lid or below the lid on the lower half of the rear?

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Posted 2014-05-27 1:28 PM (#442487 - in reply to #442470)
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56RoyalLancer - 2014-05-27 12:19 PM

Here is mine. Doering Dodge in Greenfield Ave., Milwuakee WI. As you can see my dealer script is no longer attached to the car. I had it removed when I repainted the car many years ago (foolishly). I can not recall where it was/should be mounted. Does it go on the trunk lid or below the lid on the lower half of the rear?


Start thinking like a dealer where am I most likely to not have this nameplate damaged or taken off?
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Posted 2014-05-27 2:57 PM (#442495 - in reply to #439853)
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ChristineFury - 2014-05-08 5:03 PM

These are cool.

Funny I have only seen them on the Mopar's but not any other make ....


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That is because you were not interested in acquiring one ! Once that happens, all you will
see are those for Ford, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet.
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d500neil
Posted 2014-05-29 5:03 PM (#442880 - in reply to #421850)
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Found this one, from 07-Tulsaramaville.

Well, went back and checked; wasn't seen at Tulsa...dunno where/when/who.






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56RoyalLancer
Posted 2014-06-20 10:45 AM (#445857 - in reply to #421850)
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I found an old photo of my car that shows the original location of the dealer tag! Which leads to a question. The original location of the dealer tag on my 1956 Dodge was the left side of the trunk lid. The right side has the "dodge" script. I took a look at the back of the trunk last night and see no way of getting to the back of the script pins due to structure panels on the back of the lid. How was this done? Did they have some sort of expanding pin thing (kind of like a dry wall anchor)? Any help / opinions appreciated.



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56RoyalLancer
Posted 2014-06-20 10:53 AM (#445858 - in reply to #421850)
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Also, I found this online. A photo of the Gillespie Bloomer Motors Dealership in Madison, Wisconsin. I believe I have another photo of this dealership in my archive at home as well. I will look tonight and post it if I do.




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d500neil
Posted 2014-06-20 5:30 PM (#445899 - in reply to #421850)
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Wow, Greg; glad you can see your dealer nameplate's location in that photo.

The dealership's service department wouldn't have spent a lot of time precisely locating that nameplate; just wanted to make sure
that it was put on straight.

There are female push-in clips that will hold the nameplate to the trunk.

You want a gutenteit fit of that clip into the trunk, but the nameplate probably should have a loose fit into the clip.

You can apply some super-glue (or, maybe flexible 'weatherstrip' glue) to the nameplate's fingers, so that it will stick into the clip, but not so much
that the nameplate couldn't be pried away/off of the clips, should you or some other owner need to remove it, for repairs and/or re-painting, in the future.

Also, if the nameplate is only 'finger' tight to the clips, you'll be able to remove it, easily, for trunk polishing, without getting all
of that excess polish lying onto the sides of the nameplate, and in the crevices around the nameplate, on the trunk.








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56RoyalLancer
Posted 2014-06-20 11:06 PM (#445933 - in reply to #421850)
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All great information as usual Neil. Funny comment about the quality of the picture I posted. It is much clearer on the original. Where can I locate/purchase these said "clips"?
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Posted 2014-06-21 12:22 AM (#445942 - in reply to #445933)
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Auto paint supply companies sold them when I was more active.
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d500neil
Posted 2014-06-21 3:46 AM (#445945 - in reply to #421850)
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Or at any automotive parts 'house'.

Just take along the nameplate to ensure a good, but loosey-goosey fit to those push-in mounting clips.

Man; it is a SMALL MoPar world; never realized that this was you and your car.

Photo taken a couple years ago, huh?





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Posted 2014-06-21 11:30 AM (#445964 - in reply to #421850)
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The ones with the "Forward Look" emblem incorporated into it is pretty cool
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56RoyalLancer
Posted 2014-06-21 12:28 PM (#445974 - in reply to #421850)
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Neil has a good sense of humor. That was me when I had hair... on top of my head, not in my ears. ha ha
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Posted 2014-06-21 1:12 PM (#445985 - in reply to #445974)
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I never forget a pretty face.

The car's, too.




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Posted 2014-06-21 2:35 PM (#445990 - in reply to #445985)
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Here's the nameplate that was on the 58 Regent I owned:

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56RoyalLancer
Posted 2014-06-22 2:24 AM (#446035 - in reply to #421850)
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Another car sold at Gillespie Blumer Motors. Forward look related.



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56RoyalLancer
Posted 2014-06-24 11:37 AM (#446418 - in reply to #421850)
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Here is a picture of Modern Motors Dealership...



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soiouz
Posted 2014-06-24 12:11 PM (#446421 - in reply to #446418)
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56RoyalLancer - 2014-06-24 11:37 AM

Here is a picture of Modern Motors Dealership...


That´s a picture of Modern Motor Sales in Montreal, quebec. The dealership tag posted above is from Modern Motors in Toronto, Ontario, not the same dealership.

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Posted 2014-06-24 6:33 PM (#446464 - in reply to #446421)
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Lads --
I don't have a nameplate on the Big-Tailed Beast, but in the latest "MOPAR Action" mag (October 2014) there is a photo of the dealer, Bill Goodrow (who sold it to the original owner on February 23, 1960) receiving an award from the Chrysler Corp. (for what I have no idea). Goodrow did sponsor a '60 ram Plymouth in a few Colorado drag races back in "them der days."
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d500neil
Posted 2014-07-17 5:09 PM (#449489 - in reply to #421850)
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I wonder if many Imperials got dealer nameplates attached to them?



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Posted 2014-08-05 6:06 PM (#451736 - in reply to #421850)
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This is on Dave Siddon's 1955 Custom Royal.





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Posted 2014-08-06 12:47 PM (#451828 - in reply to #421850)
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Here's mine. The dealership still exists I believe. I thought about contacting them to see if they had retained any records from when the car was sold.



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