1933-1934 Ford Cabriolet Windshield Frame
Steel, Natural, 13.00" Overall Height, 0.36" Channel Depth, 0.34" Channel Width
Mr. Roadster is the nation's largest builder and supplier of superior windshield frames. Steel reproduction '33-'34 Ford Cabriolet windshield frames. Includes hole for mounting wiper as well as original mounting holes with threaded inserts. Plain steel finish. Includes windshield frame, windshield frame to body rubber, 2 each pivot studs and 2 each pivot swivels.
Note: No glass or windshield glass rubber is included with our windshield frames and will need to be sourced separately.
- 11-7/16" tall @ center
- 13" tall @ sides
- 42-3/4" wide @ top
- 41-7/8" wide @ bottom
- Mounting holes with threaded inserts ARE made into the frame
- 5 threaded mounting holes in bottom
- 1 each on the sides approximately 2-1/2” up from bottom corner
- 6 threaded holes across the top bow
- 1-5/16” hole 11-13/16” in from upper left corner for the wiper
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
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