Speedway 1923-25 Model T Roadster/T-Bucket Fiberglass Door Kits
23-25 Model T, 16.75" Overall Length, 18.13" Overall Height, Fiberglass
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Installs working door in one-piece body. Includes door, outer molding and hinges, right hand latch and striker. Fiberglass construction.
- Works on passenger side ONLY
- Speedway bodies purchased after May 1, 1996 use NEW style
- Speedway bodies purchased before May 1, 1996 use OLD style
- Other manufacturers bodies use OLD style
This product is usually in stock. However, if it is not, please allow three to four weeks for delivery.
Item DetailsRight Hand Side Only
NotesNote: This piece will require sanding and finish work before being ready for paint. Our fiberglass is pulled straight from a mold and in many cases you will still see the casting marks.
What's In The Kit
1923-25 Model T DoorPart # 9002203Qty x 1
Outer Molding for Door KitPart # 9002204Qty x 1
Speedway Universal Budget Door Hinges, Plain SteelPart # 91652820Qty x 1
Universal Steel Hot/Street Rod Door Latch, Right Hand RH SidePart # 91052851-RQty x 1
1928-31 Ford Closed Car Striker PlatePart # 751A46137Qty x 1
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