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Old 11-04-2017, 10:16 AM   #9
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Default Re: Grandpa's 1924 Model T Touring


Think the vinyl windows in that newer top are OK.

Believe the owner just 'added' the Hastings metal frames around the sewn in windows for effect. I did the same on my '24, added the accessory frames (originally these came with glass windows as total replacement, but easy to find just the frames today. The frames come with holes and tiny bolts and nuts to fasten to the top material like a sandwich. Most times they don't fit exactly so you may have the vinyl window 'peaking out' from under the frames

Gives an 'old' look to new tops
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