1932 Ford Roadster 2 Inch Chopped Windshield Frame, Plain
Steel, Natural, 11.50" Overall Height, 0.38" Channel Depth, 0.31" Channel Width
- For 1932 Ford Model B
- Steel construction, natural finish
- Features 2" chop
- 11-1/2" in height
- 42.00" width A, 43.75" width B
Mr. Roadster 2" chopped 1932 Ford windshield frames are available in plain steel or chrome plated steel. Frame is NOT drilled on the inside for the rear view mirror or for the wiper assembly.
Note: No glass or windshield glass rubber is included with our windshield frames and will need to be sourced separately.
Measures 11-1/2" tall, 42" wide on bottom, and 43-3/4" wide on top.
Windshield rubber, 2 studs & 2 pivot swivels are not included but available separately when needed.
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