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Old 01-13-2013, 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Boxc@r View Post
To be honest I have not. My thought to fixed was that I've always been told their typically leakers. So, maybe I should be asking another set of questions. Anyway...thanks to all for the input.
Leakers... yeah some, but not enough to abandon the concept IMO. I've driven my Tudor in torrential down pours while driving on the interstate. Once I got home I just remember using a chamois to get the water off the body, not enough water in the car to even worry about.

Hinging the windshield out is part of the iconic cool factor of owning a Model T, Model A, Model B, etc. It's all good, but since you haven't experienced it yet I guess I am suggesting you give it a try. It's pretty freakin' cool!

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