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jcorvino 04-22-2020 10:05 AM

1950 ford custom convertible
 

Good day

i have a 50 convertible coupe that has a tattered convertible top as well
as broken frame with pieces broken and missing. is there anywhere that i may be able to buy a complete frame and top assembly? Right now can't get the broken frame to allow the top to go up.

Any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks

A bones 04-22-2020 10:13 AM

Re: 1950 ford custom convertible
 

Welcome. Until the fellows who may know the answers show up consider tagging your name with your general location. Transporting a chassis can be considerable. There are experts to help with your top frame.

Enjoy the journey.

Kens 36 04-22-2020 10:43 AM

Re: 1950 ford custom convertible
 

The 49-59 Ford/Mercury association https://www.fordmercassociation.com/ does not have complete top assemblies, but they have many very hard to find parts for the top mechanism and re-manufacture some that are commonly broken. 614-905-2151

Ken

vilanar 04-22-2020 11:27 AM

Re: 1950 ford custom convertible
 

And if you end up buying different top frame , search for 1951 one. Its much more rigid and weatherstripping is great compared to -49 or -50. I have one in my -50.

jcorvino 04-24-2020 09:29 AM

Re: 1950 ford custom convertible
 

good morning and thank you very much

supereal 04-24-2020 02:52 PM

Re: 1950 ford custom convertible
 

The 1944-1952 Body Parts catalog shows a diagram of your 1950 top mechanism on page 305. You can obtain a copy of the book at C&G (800) 266-0470. Ask for V44, $52. It will guide you on what you need, and where it fits. Finding a whole top assembly is unlikely as salvage yards for early cars have mostly disappeared. Convertibles are a limited production type, making such parts scarce, to say the least. It took me over a year to assemble parts for my '47 convertible, and we had to make many of them in our shop.


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