I have a service letter from Crosley 9-16-
1948: Ash ReceverFits easily
onto a built in radio speaker grill in instrument panel.Does not
interfere with operation of radio. Prevents tobacco ashesfrom
littering interior of car, lessens danger from smoldering stubs. Kit
includes all necessary attachments for mounting. $1.25 Kit no.
207988 I will get some pics as soon as it stops
raining.......October? Your bud, Steve Rains
I still have a flame thrower system I made from a Model T Mag.But
Instead of the Ka-Boom I would get five foot blue flames out the back
of my 63 Fairlane sports coupe. Kinda dicey because the gas cap was
back there also.
--- In Crosley@yahoogroups.com, Robert Kirk <kirkbrit@...> wrote:
> The dust covers are rare indeed. Good used ones sold at Wauseon
for $40 each...a REAL bargain that I only learned of after the fact.
While I don't "see" the ash catch, if it is round with a sliding top
it is a common after market item of the era. My 1950 MG TD came so
equipped and I think one of my 1950 Jeepsters had the same. There
are all manner of after market items which found there way upon these
cars. Some of my favorites are sun visors, head lite visors, wind
deflectors attached to wind wings to inwardly deflect the passing
air, static strips, applied "white walls", real and dummy spot lights
and of course the home made addenda of a spark plug in the tail
pipe. Those who did so would shut off the ignition to load the
exhaust with gas fumes and on a separate circuit power up the spark
plug....KahBOOOM...a real attention grabber! I got my "treat" in
Georgia 15 or so years ago.
> Robert Kirk