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The answer is probably the designer or owner liked it better, I like the design, but driving on a tour in a 1934 Ford Brewster convertible there was no air to the driver and front passenger.
I cannot argue with the owner, but why is chief Pontiac on the radiator
I saw a Brewster last summer and talked to the owner. He told me that Brewster took various chassis and then built his own body. The one that I saw last summer was built on a Ford chassis that had been lengthened.
ronheart, I agree with you, but the caption read Buick and that was written by the owner. Brewster grill for sure.
THE HOOD ORNAMENT SURE LOOKS LIKE CHIEF PONTIAC