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1920s brass era windshield from a big car

Discussion in 'Parts For Sale' started by flash, Nov 2, 2018.

  1. flash
    Joined: Mar 12, 2001
    Posts: 651

    flash
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    City: Belmont

    State: Massachusetts
    Price: 150
    This beautiful touring car windshield frame and glass are in really good condition. The glass was taped off and the frame bead-blasted clean. The slides and hand pulls look great. There is some very minor pitting. The glass is also in good shape with just some minor chips along the middle edge where the top and bottom halves meet. I have not been able to determine what model car this came from, but my guess would be Studebaker, Locomobile, or Durant or some other big car from that era. There is a patent date stamped July 21, 1914 though I think the windshield frame might be later. There is also a number stamped 43976 which could be a part number. It's about 45" wide and 18.5" tall with both halves together. $150 plus shipping. IMG_0423.JPG IMG_0426.JPG IMG_0423.JPG IMG_0426.JPG IMG_2763.JPG IMG_2766.JPG IMG_2767.JPG IMG_2768.JPG IMG_2771.JPG IMG_2772.JPG IMG_2773.JPG IMG_2776.JPG IMG_2777.JPG IMG_2778.JPG
     
  2. flash
    Joined: Mar 12, 2001
    Posts: 651

    flash
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    Price drop to $100!
     
  3. flash
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