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1923-25 Model T Windshield Frame, Chrome

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Material Type:
Steel
Overall Height:
20.38
Overall Width:
38.50
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
.90
Finish:
Chrome
Garage Sale:
No
Channel Depth:
.21
Channel Width:
.36
1923-25 Model T Windshield Frame, Chrome
1923-25 Model T Windshield Frame, Chrome

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1923-25 Model T Windshield Frame, Chrome

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Mr. Roadster '23-'25 Model T steel windshield frames are reproductions using the stock dimensions: bottom 38-1/2 " wide, 10-1/8" tall, top 37" wide, 10-1/4" tall. Includes slugs and glass caps. Channel kit is sold separately. No glass or windshield rubber is included with our windshield frames.

Builder's Tip: Speedway '23-'25 T bodies use a 39-5/8" wide windshield frame when using short posts. If using 3/16" glass or lexan, use with brass setting channel.  If using 1/4" glass or lexan, use urethane or setting tape (available from a glass shop) and do not use brass setting channel.

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