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Who's top wood kit are you using for your Model A?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by shane85, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. shane85
    Joined: Nov 30, 2005
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    Who's top wood kit are you using for your Model A? I ordered one from Sacramento Vintage Ford. It was on backorder and that was several months ago. I called and they said no perceivable ETA. I can't wait any longer and I don't want to buy anything junk. Any input??
     
  2. terry48435
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    Macs worked for me.
     
  3. Dave Mc
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    <HR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e5e5e5; COLOR: #e5e5e5" SIZE=1>
    This was taken from another post,This is the best fit of all I have seen so far
    Steve Canon, owner of Classic Wood in NC. 336-691-1344 336-691-1344 . You will be speaking to the owner. Excellent product and great service.
     

  4. vegas
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    I also used Fordwood.com top and body wood kits, I'm not much for carpentry, but I got them to work!
     
  5. Speed~On
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    Used the wood kit from Snyder and am very happy with it. Some folks on here are not fond of Snyder but I must say their kit is quite nice. We used their vinyl roof insert as well and have had many positve comments on both.

    It is amazing how much more sturdy your body becomes after the installation of a new wood kit.

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  6. shane85
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    Cool. Has anyone used the Howell's kit It's in stock and ships fast. I have got some nice stuff from them and some junk so i am not sure.
     
  7. ntxcustoms
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    from dfw

    Have my Howell's sitting here. Top and bottom kit. Looks really good but I'm not sure who makes them. Be sure to buy a fastener kit to. Ordered mine from Bratton's
     
  8. Another vote for Fordwood.

    They were the only company that would sell me just individual pieces, instead of an entire kit. However, their customer service was kinda slow.
     
  9. shane85
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  10. MT26
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    1. Virginia HAMB(ers)

    Fordwood here also. Husband and wife operation in Utah. Handmade and excellent
    quality. She usually only checks their messages only once a week or so, but worth it. They have many models in stock now.
     
  11. The wood kit I got with my coupe purchase has a shipping label on it form Classic Wood Mfg. in Greensboro, NC.
     

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