1913-1914 Model T Windshield Frame
13-14 Model T, Steel, Natural, 27.50" Overall Height, 41.13" Overall Width, 0.22" Channel Depth
Mr. Roadster 1913-14 Model T windshield frames are exact reproductions made of plain steel. Allows you to paint, plate or powdercoat to fit your needs. Measures 41-1/8" wide, bottom frame is 14-3/4" tall and top frame is 12-3/4" tall. Comes with channel kit. No glass or windshield rubber is included with these windshield frames.
Builder's Tip: No glass or windshield rubber is included with our windshield frames. 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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