A two-wheeled Crosley?
- Well, this daredevil is driving a '47 or early-'48 CC pickup truck on two wheels, anyway. The location is unknown, but note the palm trees. Also note the cutaway roof, the grille-guards, and the name "Dodge" on the hood. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Crosley/photos/album/839527560/pic/447834550/view?picmode=original&mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=61&dir=asc
- I also have a set that came on Mr Truk, but no cross bars..............p----- Original Message -----From: Robert KirkSent: Wednesday, May 04, 2011 7:55 PMSubject: =CROSLEY= Re: A two-wheeled Crosley?
- Those looked good, and saved a lot of Crosley noses from damage over the decades. I haven't been able to find who the aftermarket manufacturer was, and/or if they were offered as a dealer accessory.
There was a set on my '47 Sport Convertible when I bought it in March of 1968, but they rattled like all get-out so I replaced them with small bumper guards. I found a new-old-stock set at a swap meet, and I used two of the three horizontal bars as bumpers on my '54 Eshelman as the radius curve was a spot-on match.
Robert Kirk <kirkbrit@...> wrote:
I wish someone could weigh in on those extended bumper over riders. I own a 50 that has those and what once was 3 cross bars.