Neat picture. When you look up how Woodlites were supposed to work there are some complicated optics involved. Like the matching parking lights. This looks like how a rich playboy Durant owner would have his car washed. After Oct 1929 it would be a street person spitting on the windshield and wiping it with his sleeve and expecting a tip! Ross
Funny, Durant aftermarkets for the 1929 model 66 don't seem to indicate Woodlites as an option, ha ha
Doesn't the bumper medallion have a D in it ? durantcars info seem to indicate two plain bumper medallions on the 66 and 70. Ah photos section of DMAC has single medallion and fender lights. Carroll Holloway of CA. Same winter front rad shell as The Old Motor site. Aftermarkets have only 66 with the shutters.
Where Are You From? Ottawa Ont
Do You own a car built by Durant? Dominion built 1932 614 Sedan
I don't like those lights, on a Ruxton maybe, Auburn boat tail, but just doesn't seem to fit on the Durant. I guess the early owner wanted to be different and customize his car. At least he didn't lower it and put spinners on it.
Where Are You From? Oviedo, Florida
Do You own a car built by Durant? Yes 1928 Durant Model 65 4 door sedan