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1926 Model T Coupe Body Dimensions

Does anyone know how wide and long a 1926 model t 5 window coupe body is? I might be getting one and want to know if it will fit in my truck box or if I am going to have to get a trailer. Thanks.

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Does anyone know how wide and long a 1926 model t 5 window coupe body is? I might be getting one and want to know if it will fit in my truck box or if I am going to have to get a trailer. Thanks.
If you have a big box, 8' it will fit, I used to buy and sell model T's and I have put 3 of them in a p/u box.

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I should of mentioned that I have a 6 foot box, and its about 4 feet in between the wheel housings. I'm assuming that I'm going to need a trailer.
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I should of mentioned that I have a 6 foot box, and its about 4 feet in between the wheel housings. I'm assuming that I'm going to need a trailer.
You can still get it in a 6' box. bring some boards with you in case you have to put it at an angle, Don't worry about denting the T just the p/u box, but it should fit.

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We just unloaded one here at our shop. The guy brought it in a Dodge pick up short bed. Just had the gate down and had the T coupe tied in.
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