1926-1927 Model T 4 Inch Chopped Roadster Windshield Frame, Plain
26-27 Model T, Steel, Natural, 16.00" Overall Height, 38.50" Overall Width, 0.25" Channel Depth
- One-piece design like model A roadster, chopped to a height of 16" tall
- Available in plain or chrome plated steel
Mr. Roadster '26-'27 Model T windshield is a one-piece design like a Model A roadster. "Chopped" to a height of 16" tall.
These are 7/8" O.D. and the glass channel is 5/16" wide and 1/4" deep. The lower part of the frame next to the body accepts our T seal number 555-92600 and the slot for the seal is 1/8" wide with provision to accept the "T" style seal and are 16" tall.
Note: No glass or windshield rubber included with our windshield frames.
- Length of sides is 16”
- Width at top is 38 7/16”
- Width at bottom is 35 1/8”
- Height in center is approximately 13 ¾”
- Hole for pivot stud is 2 5/16” down from top
- Sides radius inward towards bottom to give the smaller width dimension quoted above.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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