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Re:Braggin Wagon

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  • Robert Kirk
    That IS interesting as I have never seen a Crosley with a factory cigar lighter.  I would almost guess the ash catch had a magnet on the back or awfully tiny
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 10, 2008
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      That IS interesting as I have never seen a Crosley with a factory cigar lighter.  I would almost guess the ash catch had a magnet on the back or awfully tiny hooks. 

      Regards,
      Robert Kirk
      www.kirks-auto.com
       

    • mrcooby
      cutworm1959 wrote: I have a service letter from Crosley 9-16 1948: Ash Receiver fits easily onto a built in radio speaker grill in instrument panel. Does
      Message 2 of 5 , Sep 10, 2008
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        "cutworm1959" wrote:

        "I have a service letter
        from Crosley 9-16
        1948:
        Ash Receiver fits 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
        ===========================
        Thanks, Steve. My '48
        wagon had a Crosley
        accessory chrome ashtray
        mounted below the dash when
        I got it in 1979, and I
        removed it and pitched it.
        I'm sorry I did that now,
        as it could have held coins
        or spare fuses and the like.

        =Lou=
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