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Old 04-16-2013, 04:21 PM
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1927 Model A door latch assembly

Hi guys! I am looking for a door latch assembly for a 27 Ford. I am told many models and years will work. As long as the mechanism works thats fine with me since it is going in my Rat Rod. If anybody has one for sale or knows of one that would work for me let me know. Thanks, Chas

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There are lots of suppliers for most T parts, from 17 to 27 interchange ...model A's from 28 to 31... google ..check out Mac, Snyder, sacramento vintage parts , etc Find out exactley you have.. some 27 T parts fit some a bodies.
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Hi Chas: You can't advertise to buy or sell anything in the tech forums. Please put your request in the classified section of this web site. A 1927 Ford would be a model "T", not a model "A". Here is a link to the door latch: 1926-1927 Model T Ford Door Latch - Left - Front Or Rear - For Open Cars Only - MAC's Antique Auto Parts The link is for a left side door latch, but they have right side latches as well.
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Thanks Guys for all the input!! Sorry for posting in the wrong place, Im learning!!
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Not a problem, welcome to the site.
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Dan, have this moved if necessary. This is for information only and because I thought it might be pertinent to this post. Trique Manufacturing is working on a Model A bolt in latch and have many other older cars and trucks for sale. If you have questionable latches, check these out. They worked great in my '39 Ford. Steve
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Information is always welcome. What you have posted is fine, you just can't advertise for a company you own or work for. Here's the link to their web site. http://www.triquemfg.com/ Thanks for your post.
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