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1928-1929 Model A Roadster Door Latches, Pair
1928-1929 Model A Roadster Door Latches, Pair

1928-1929 Model A Roadster Door Latches, Pair

28-29 Ford Model A, 5.25" Overall Length, 3.38" Overall Width, 1.00" Overall Thickness, Steel

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1928-1929 Model A Roadster Door Latches, Pair
1928-1929 Model A Roadster Door Latches, Pair
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MFG. Part #:
91125002
Overall Length:
5.25"
Overall Width:
3.38"
Overall Thickness:
1.00"
Material Thickness:
.10"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Painted
Hardware Included:
No
Sold in Quantity:
Pair

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These Model A door latches are designed for roadsters without outside door handles that utilizes the arm that sticks up to open the door. They feature quality steel construction with a painted finish and can be used on all 1928-1931 roadsters if not using outside handles.

  • Steel Material
  • Painted Finish
  • Sold in pairs
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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