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http://www.roadkillontheweb.com/images/s_powerjunior1.jpg This link might be of help to you.
I'm just curious, is this car missing its pedal mechanism?
I would like to add to the comments. This is not an American National car from the 20's. The dash and/or steering wheel might give you some more information. Do either of them say Gendron or American ...
You have/had one of the earlier versions of the Steelcraft 41 Chrysler. In later years they went with an airplane sort of hood ornament and changed the Steelcraft sticker on the seat back to Murray. D...
Wow, what a great car. Do you still have it? I noticed that it needs a few parts, i.e. headlight lens and hub cap.
Perhaps this link will help if you have not already identified your vehicle: http://www.roadkillontheweb.com/images/s_powerjunior1.jpg The owner of this website will likely be able to answer more of...
They are rare in this condition. I would suggest that you consider keeping it in its original state. As far as survivors go, this is a nice example. Is there a stenciled 4 digit number on the wood sup...
If you do an "image" search on Google "American National Buick Pedal Car Barber Chair" you will see a really nice 1929 example painted in maroon with orange trim. The 1924 finish is describe in the A...
That's great. I'm sure it will become a family treasure. Hope you share follow photos to this post once it is completed.
If there is no pedal mechanism underneath then it likely was. The American National Buicks were quite often used for barber chairs. At second glance at your photos, the seat bottom also looks to be ra...
You may have already learned this but, your car is a 1924 American National Buick. American National introduced this style of Buick in '24. The following year American National changed the front fende...
It's a Steelcraft Buick, pre-war
I just came across the photos of your car today. (a year later albeit) Do you have any updated status on what you chose to do with the car and its current state? Would love to know and see new photos....