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Garage Sale - 1909-1912 Model T Roadster Brass Windshield Frame, Touring

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Garage Sale - 1909-1912 Model T Roadster Brass Windshield Frame, Touring

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Garage Sale - 1909-1912 Model T Roadster Brass Windshield Frame, Touring

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This is garage sale priced because it has been damaged in shipping. 

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS   

 

Mr. Roadster '09-'12 Model T windshield frames are constructed from solid brass, then fully polished. Features a brass channel. No glass or windshield rubber is included with these windshield frames. 

Builder's Tip: If using 3/16" glass or lexan, use with a brass setting channel. If using 1/4" glass or lexan, use urethane or setting tape (available from a glass shop) and do not use a brass setting channel. 

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This Windshield Frame is Garage Sale priced because it has a small dent in the top.

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