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Name That Part: Bonus Round!

Deartháir November 3, 2011 Name That Part 13 Comments

So do you think you have the answer to our earlier Name That Part? Think you’re doing pretty well? Scoffing at me for making your job so appallingly easy? Well let’s see if this one provides a little more of a challenge. And yet somehow, even with this ultra-close-up shot, I have a feeling someone will have the answer in only a few minutes.

Seriously, you guys scare me sometimes.

  • Looks like a old Willy's grille

    • pj134

      Too many slots unless someone painted their milspec jeep (m715 for instance) teal/metallic light blue.

  • CJinSD

    The cowl air intake for the interior vents of a Plymouth Valiant.

  • OA5599

    A struggling victim Somebody broke a window on a molester panel van and Lowes had cheaper replacements than the junkyard.

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  • Age_of_Aerostar

    I was also going to say cowl air intake, for whatever reason, Ford Escort (circa 1981-1990) came to mind, but then I noticed that it appears slightly concave, so, maybe it's not a hood/cowl location.

    • Age_of_Aerostar

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      • Age_of_Aerostar

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  • abright52

    Looks like an angled shot of the pleats of an air filter

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  • Scandinavian Flick

    Definitely the cowl of some vehicle. Looks a bit like the ones on a Volvo 240.

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  • The focus and perspective really make it tricky, but I suppose these could be the slightly curved louvers of a '33 Ford.

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  • The Professor

    It looks kind of like the pleats on a speaker cone. I know it's not, but that's what it looks like.

  • I. Borgward

    The Michelin Man's underpants?

  • DrJomamachubby

    cabin air intake grill, blue Chevy pickup in the other post.

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