Blue Points Special wrenches.
There were Snap on specials, Blue Point box end specials, and Blue Points specials. Many being made at the same time. I am not sure why.
Blue Points special Buick headlight adjustment wrench. 1930 Buick 40 and 50, 1931 Buick 60, 80 and 90. Model number S9872 opening 1-5/16. What is odd is that is a Blue Points with a mid to late 20's logo being made for 30s cars, also shows up in early 30s cats.
Blue Points special brake eccentric wrenches. Have the inset logo, would date late 20's to early 30's. S9862 3/16 opening. S8754 with a 5/16 opening.
Blue Points X20. This is such an odd one. Has the handle of the Snap on offset wrenches from the mid 20's. Has a Blue Point boxocket model number with the offset and box end of the early X models. opening is 5/8. I have seen a few of them, all had the 5/8 opening
Blue Points S9819. Buick Special. Steering eccentric for 1937 models 80 and 90. Opening 1-7/8. This is another odd one. Only shows up in the 37 cat, for a 1937 Buick, but it is a Blue Points.
Blue Points S9566. Special end wrench 1/2 x 3/4 opening for draw bolt on Chevrolet 1929-30, own brakes: brake rod adjustment on Hupmobile Steel Dralic; draw bolt n Pontiac 1927-28, own brakes: brake cable adjusting on Packard, all models with Bendix brakes.
Blue Points S9569. Special thin end wrench, 5/8 both ends, for drawbolt lock nut, Chevrolet own brakes 1929-30. Graham Paige 612-615, Lockheed, all external brakes; also own brakes on Oakland 1924-28: Pontiac 1927-28
This is the exact same wrench as the Blue Points No. 51, just a different (corrected) model number.