1933-1934 Ford Cabriolet Windshield Frame
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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.
- 11-7/16" tall @ center
- 13" tall @ sides
- 42-3/4" wide @ top
- 41-7/8" wide @ bottom
Note: No glass or windshield rubber included with our windshield frames.
- 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
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