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Old 12-16-2018, 05:16 AM   #24
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Default Re: New to Model A

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Originally Posted by 1930artdeco View Post
Looks like a standard Fordoor that has been uh.....'upgraded'. I can't tell about the wood but if you poke at it with an awl and it doesn't go in very far then consider the wood good. However, the whole body is made of wood, roof, top, doors sill etc. Do the doors sag at all? Do they close nice and tight? You have a "fairly rare" car as many Fordoors got turned into Townsedans so there are not many stock Fordoors left.


But the Body looks nice and straight, dent free and solid. So, outside of the engine I think you have a winner. Don't forget to check over the brakes and front suspension.


Mike
Mike, rereading posts here. To answer one of you questions, yes, dorrs close very well . They are tight, no sag, and line up perfectly.
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