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1932-34 Ford Trunk Lid/Rumble Seat Handle, Locking, Chrome
1932-34 Ford Trunk Lid/Rumble Seat Handle, Locking, Chrome

1932-34 Ford Trunk Lid/Rumble Seat Handle, Locking, Chrome

33-34 Ford Model 40, 1932 Ford Model B, 1934 Ford Model 40 A, 3.31" Overall Length, 1.50" Depth

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1932-34 Ford Trunk Lid/Rumble Seat Handle, Locking, Chrome
1932-34 Ford Trunk Lid/Rumble Seat Handle, Locking, Chrome
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MFG. Part #:
91136201
Overall Length:
3.31"
Depth:
1.50"
Base Diameter:
1.50"
Shank Length:
1.63"
Material Type:
Zinc
Finish:
Chrome
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Includes keys.

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These stock Ford style locking handles fit the lids of rumble seats and deck lids. Comes with 2 keys.

  • Locking handle
  • Chrome finish
  • Stock Ford style
  • 1932-34 Ford Trunk or 1933-34 Ford Roadster Rumble
  • Comes with 2 keys

Don't forget to include our handle base rubber gasket (751A702356E) in your order.

Specs

  • Trim plate @ base measures 1-3/4"
  • The 5/16" square shank extends 2-1/8" below the mount surface
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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