1926-27 Model T Roadster Windshield Frame, Plain
26-27 Model T, Steel, Natural, 20.25" Overall Height, 38.50" Overall Width, 0.23" Channel Depth
- Complete frame, or just bottom section to fit a specific application
- Dimensions: bottom section 35" wide, 9 3/4" tall; top section 38 1/2" wide, 10 1/2" tall
- Chrome plated or plain steel
These beautiful replacement '26-'27 Model T windshield frames are available as a complete frame kit or just the bottom section to fit a specific application. 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.
No glass or windshield rubber included with our frames. The slugs that are included with this windshield frame must be positioned, drilled and tapped by the installer.
NOTE: You will also need (4) studs, wing nuts, and swivels (all sold separately) along with this frame.
- 38-1/2 " wide
- 10-1/2" tall
- 35" wide
- 9-3/4" tall
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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