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1928-1933 Ford Open Car Outside Door Handle
1928-1933 Ford Open Car Outside Door Handle

1928-1933 Ford Open Car Outside Door Handle

1933 Ford Model 40, 1932 Ford Model B, 28-31 Ford Model A, 1933 Ford Sedan Delivery, Steel

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1928-1933 Ford Open Car Outside Door Handle
1928-1933 Ford Open Car Outside Door Handle
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1928-1933 Ford Open Car Outside Door Handle
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Overall Width:
3.93"
MFG. Part #:
91125203
Overall Length:
4.00"
Mounted Length:
1.63"
Base Width:
1.98"
Base Height:
1.15"
Center to Center:
1.40"
Shank Length:
2.32"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Drive spud is 5/16" square.

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These chrome reproduction exterior door handles fit 1928-1931 Model A and 1932-1933 Ford Roadster and Phaeton open top cars, either left or right side. They secure to the car door with two screws and a 5/16" attachment shaft.

  • Chrome plated steel
  • Left and right are the same
  • High quality steel material
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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