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Re: =CROSLEY= CC Nose emblem

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  • Robert Kirk
    It should also be noted this is a CC emblem and the jewel should be white/clear on the front of the car....red to the rear Thanks for your continued
    Message 1 of 3 , May 3, 2007
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      It should also be noted this is a CC emblem and the jewel should be white/clear on the front of the car....red to the rear



      Thanks for your continued support...Its appreciated and much needed. If you are pleased pass my name along...if you have issue PLEASE let me know....I am here to help!
      Regards,
      Robert Kirk
      www.kirks-auto.com


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    • mrcooby
      Robert Kirk ... noted this is a CC emblem and the jewel should be white/clear on the front of the car....red to the rear Right. I ve never seen a red-jeweled
      Message 2 of 3 , May 4, 2007
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        Robert Kirk
        <kirkbrit@...> wrote:
        >
        > "It should also be
        noted this is a CC
        emblem and the jewel
        should be white/clear
        on the front of the
        car....red to the rear"

        Right. I've never seen
        a red-jeweled CC front
        emblem until now. I'd
        guess it's an original
        maker's mistake where
        some rookie assembler
        popped in the wrong
        jewel.

        There actually are
        several types
        of "cross" emblems; my
        CC trunk emblem has
        mounting pins with
        palnuts, not the far-
        more-common chrome
        screws.

        The "cross" emblem of
        course
        represents "Crosley",
        which in turn is Old
        English meaning "the
        cross by the meadow" -
        a roadside shrine. The
        Crosley family motto
        translates from Latin
        into "In the cross I
        have confidence".

        Crosley isn't the only
        car having a religious
        connotation; I can
        think of Templar,
        Crusader, Santa Fe
        ("Holy Faith"), and
        Chrysler St. Regis.

        (On the other hand, we
        had the Studebaker
        Dictator!)

        And there was one
        American make (I forget
        which) that included a
        St. Christopher medal
        as standard equipment.
        Think that'd go over
        today?

        =Lou=

        > Thanks for your
        continued support...Its
        appreciated and much
        needed. If you are
        pleased pass my name
        along...if you have
        issue PLEASE let me
        know....I am here to
        help!
        > Regards,
        > Robert Kirk
        > www.kirks-auto.com
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