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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by nwclassics, Oct 3, 2012.
I have 2 doors I have not been able to identify, any help would be appreciated. Thank you
sure look like 26/27 T doors, the one looks like it had the inner cut out.
I'll second that. HRP
the first one appears to be a drivers side door and the second one appears to be a passengers side door, that is if the vehicle the came off from did not have suicide doors or the vehicle was right hand drive!!! Hey, you asked, just kiddin this was justabump.
They look to be early 1926 model T coupe or tudor doors.
I figure this from the type of hinges and also the impression on the inside of the door for the window winder.
Check out this thread link below about hinges which I think supports my opinion.
Similarly, do a search for the "Official Model A & T Latch" thread which may also assist.
Hang onto these doors as they are hard to find.
I have some T sedan doors that era and they have no guts just like the one of those, maybe its 23-25?
23-25 doors from memory have a double belt line, the 26-27 have single.
these are not matching doors there are a lot of differences including dimension
well send us some dimensions, the drivers door could be a 23-25 tudor door, but the pass door still looks like a 26/7 door, is the drivers door shorter?
Fiftyv8, 23-25 still had the single reveal like the 26/7.
here a pic of a 24 tudor
Yeah, you are correct about the reveal, maybe I am thinking of a truck door then.
Yep, your correct there, just thought about that when you posted, the trucks have the double reveal.
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