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Old 11-08-2019, 06:31 PM   #21
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Default Re: Cup and saucer with Ford Model A on it

How about an emergency brake lever with a squeeze handle vs. push button..?
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Old 11-09-2019, 03:51 PM   #22
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Default Re: Cup and saucer with Ford Model A on it

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Spark plug wire?
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Got an email to both national clubs...hopefully they can come up with something but will have to review their national rosters. They asked me what state he was from...I told them that I had no idea but directed them to this link.

This is really, really cool!!

My vote is for the shift lever.

Joop...You can also submit it to both clubs to have them run it Model A News and The Restorer!

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Do we know for sure the cup/saucer has a connection to a National Meet or club? And do we know that David Davis commissioned it or received it as a gift/award? It could be the name of the potter with '61 being the date of manufacture and '31 being the Model A year represented. If that's true, it may have been part of a set with the other three years. Or it could be a 30-year commemorative.

I understand the resemblance to a shift lever but it doesn't appear to have the bend:

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