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I am not giving answers to some other question that I am aware of.

Nash-Kelvinator had combined into one company and Nash used the technology from Kelvinator to create what they called the "Conditioned Air System" for the Nash cars.
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Not so fast, Ray... I found the real answer to "All Weather Eye". It turns out your 1939 version only varied heated engine water against outside cool air. That is NOT the meaning of "air conditioning" as we know it today because there was no cooling unit. Packard had a cooling unit.

"In 1954, Nash-Kelvinator capitalized on its experience in refrigeration to introduce the automobile industry's first compact and affordable, single-unit heating and air conditioning system optional for its all Nash Ambassador, Statesman and Rambler models.[8][9] It was a true vapor-compression refrigeration system with a compact under the hood and cowl area installation.[2] Combining heating, cooling, and ventilating, the new air conditioning system for the Nash cars was called the "All-Weather Eye".[10]" - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weather_Eye
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How about the moon rover.
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I can only go by what the Old Car Trivia email I got this from says. If they got it wrong, I cannot help that...
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ummm kay

what was the original proposed name for the dodge demon ?

what car uses the same bumpers on the front and rear
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" Dodge gained a version of Plymouth's popular Valiant-based fastback Duster and was to be named the Beaver,[27] but when Chrysler's marketing department learned that "beaver" was C.B. slang for vagina,[3] the vehicle was renamed the Dart Demon." Wikipedia


1937 & 1938 -1939 Standard: It seems that Ford simply installed the same 1937 bumpers upside-down for 1938-1939 Standard,

1938-1939 Standard: When this one is installed the end curve goes up like a smile. The bolt holes are noticeably above center line. Front and rear are the same.
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beaver is right

theres another car that uses the same bumper
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