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Old 02-26-2013, 11:15 AM   #16
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Default Re: 1939 Ford Package Tray Question

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Originally Posted by FatFndr View Post
Mart, the photos/information Kube provided me gave me the answer to my question. The framing is made up of 4 pieces (see first photo), this I knew because my reference '40 has them in it. My package tray is correct (see second photo), my reference '40 had those also. What I didn't have was the final 2 pieces that fit vertically from the framing to the floor. These 2 panels (see photo 2) are 1/8the - 3/16ths fiber board and seem to be sandwiched (at the top) with 2 each 1 x 2's. From what I can see in the photo, the 1" side is placed next to the panel (one on each side) and attached (glue/screw and clamp). With this basic information of what the entire structure consists of I can now duplicate (with a little cutting/fitting) the entire package tray. The specifications I will be using are already in this Post so I won't be repeating them, the panels are available through Wescott but I will probably just measure/cut and make my own, it doesn't seem that difficult. Hope this helps.
The panels: the wood pieces that sandwich the panels are vertically installed.
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