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Naf 04-15-2018 01:43 PM

Where does this piece go?
 

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Bought a 1929 Model A Standard Coupe many years ago. It was in pieces when I bought it and I'm trying to put it together. Any idea where this piece goes?

1930artdeco 04-15-2018 06:01 PM

Re: Where does this piece go?
 

Looks like a trim piece to me.

Mike

wrndln 04-15-2018 07:20 PM

Re: Where does this piece go?
 

I have a 28 special coupe I totally disassembled and restored which is very similar a 29 standard coupe in many ways and don't think it is used on a 28/29 coupe. Maybe someone threw it in with the coupe parts, thinking it was for the car.
Rusty Nelson

Tom Wesenberg 04-15-2018 09:30 PM

Re: Where does this piece go?
 

If it's solid steel, maybe it was used as a jack handle.

Gunmetal blue2 04-15-2018 09:33 PM

Re: Where does this piece go?
 

What ever you do, don't throw it away.

daveymc29 04-15-2018 11:28 PM

Re: Where does this piece go?
 

I doubt it is 29, I have had a few and don't recognize it, though that doesn't mean much. It looks to have two screw holes and to be sheet metal rather than anything solid enough to be a jack handle. May be for a different vehicle. Seems the screw holes are too far apart for a trim piece? Let us know if you get the correct answer, please. I may have to buy one for my own coupe?

marty in Ohio 04-16-2018 07:31 AM

Re: Where does this piece go?
 

Naf,
Please post your picture again with a ruler in the shot so we can see how big it its.
Marty

Naf 04-17-2018 04:18 PM

Re: Where does this piece go?
 

marty in ohio -- It's 18 inches long. The hole closest to the end is countersunk, the other one isn't.

Osage Orange 04-21-2018 10:34 AM

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Floorboard iron?

marty in Ohio 04-22-2018 02:03 PM

Re: Where does this piece go?
 

Not a clue here.
Marty


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