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1928-31 Model A Windshield Rubber, T Style, Open Car
1928-31 Model A Windshield Rubber, T Style, Open Car

1928-31 Model A Windshield Rubber, T Style, Open Car

28-31 Ford Model A, Rubber, Black

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1928-31 Model A Windshield Rubber, T Style, Open Car
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1928-31 Model A Windshield Rubber, T Style, Open Car
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55592800
Material Type:
Rubber
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Black
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1928-31 Model A windshield rubber for Roadser and Phaeton open top cars (not supplied with our windshield frames). "T" style windshield rubber seals between the windshield frame and body. Comes with 36" of 3/4" wide seal and 48" of 1" wide seal. Measurement is overall from top of T to bottom. Top of T is 1/4" wide.

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Seals between the windshield frame and the body of the car. Comes with 36.00" of .75" wide seal and 48.00" of 1.00" wide seal. Top of "T" is 1/4" wide.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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