1928-1929 Model A Emergency Brake Handle
17" Arm Length, Steel, Chrome, 17.00" Overall Length
This chrome plated emergency brake handle is a reproduction of an original 1928-29 Model A Ford. E brake handle is 17" tall. Perfect for a rat rod or restoration.
ApplicationThis E-brake handle will require imagination, fabrication and engineering on the part of the installer. It is a chrome version of the lever Ford used in 1928-1929. The ratchet mechanism is not complete and there is no provision for cables.
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