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Hot Rods Model T Visors - lets see em...

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by fiftyv8, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. fiftyv8
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    I did a Model A visor thread previously and figured there was a lot of cross over between A & T's so how about a look at what folks are doing for visors on their model T closed car builds.

    Mine looks like this;
     

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  2. musicrodder
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    Stock as seen in my avatar pic.
     
  3. fiftyv8
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    This one is a an early A visor on a T coupe.
     

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  4. fiftyv8
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    Here is one I just found on ebay.
     

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  5. hrm2k
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    here is mine
     

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  6. fiftyv8
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    Always thought we would have had more replies and pic's for this thread.
    Any more out there???
     
  7. flatheadpete
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    I need a visor for my '27 Sedan. When I get it, I'm gonna punch it full of louvers.
     
  8. pasadenahotrod
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    Stock T Coupe/Sedan and 28-29 A Pickup visors are a sheet metal frame covered with short/long grain top material. Try louvering that!
     
  9. pasadena is right, I filled mine in with 16 gauge, pic in avatar, TR
     
  10. fiftyv8
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    We do need some good ideas so that we can get away from the original covered visors.
    They might have worked OK at 20mph but not at todays highway speeds.
     
  11. DaddyO's..Deuce
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    Here is a pic of my 26 I have a 30/31 model A visor that has been narrowed and then attacked by the hole saw!!![​IMG]
    Here is another pic, without the top[​IMG]
     
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  13. fiftyv8
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  15. fiftyv8
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  16. fiftyv8
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    My latest T coupe visor, based on the style of a 28/29 model A closed car.
     

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  17. this avatar picture
     

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