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Technical Name That Windshield...

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  1. thebearded1!
    Joined: Apr 27, 2018
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    I have 2 windshields I could use help identifying what they belong to. Smaller one an early 30s ford roadster? Larger one maybe from a truck? Any guesses?
    This windshield is 41.5" wide and 13"tall no hinge on top
    20180918_125501.jpg
    This one is 45.5" wide and 15.5/16" tall. has a hinge on the top
    20180918_125701.jpg
     
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  2. sliceddeuce
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  3. sliceddeuce
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    No, Wait....name it Wendall..Call it Windy for a nick name.
     
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  4. Always a comedian in the house.:rolleyes:
     
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  5. Hollywood-East
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    I can tell you there not 26-27 Dodge, Been looking for year's...
     
  6. 28rp
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    The bottom one kinda looks like an early A Tudor unit going by the top hinge.- I may be wrong-Actually, frequently am wrong!!
     
  7. Lots of early 20's Dodge cars on the Dallas CL list....do a state wide search of Texas if you're not busy...
     
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