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Old 07-29-2006, 09:34 PM
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Help identify these orphan top bows

A while back I traded some work for a storage locker full of parts. In this treasure chest of stuff, I found these top bows. I wish I knew what they were. I looked at a few catalogs but could come up with nothing that could help ID them. I found a company that makes model T top bows, but they couldn't help.

I measured a 29 roadster, a 32 roadster, a 29 roadster pickup and a 27 roadster and none of them seemed to fit these bows.
Here's the measurements.

Front bow is 23" tall X 51 3/8" at the widest point.
Rear set is 24 3/4" X 52 3/8" at the widest point.
The inside dimension at the lower mounts is 51 1/4".

I know I am missing some linkage parts also.

If someone could help ID these or send me toward someplace that could help I'd appreciate it.

I know that there is someone who could use these, If I could find out what they were I would list them in the classifieds.

Thanks for reading this, Mikey
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BE different....ACT normal.

No one is completely useless..They can always be used as a bad example
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