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Full size sectioned Chrysler automobile body

Sectioned automobile body, sedan, full size, Chrysler, timber/metal, made by Holden Motor Body Builders Ltd, Woodville, South Australia, Australia, 1928-1929

Motor body sectioned to show framework, seats and roof and the types of timber used: coachwood, Queensland maple, Pacific maple, cudgerie, Southland beech, Alpine ash, Japanese beech and Oregon.
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