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Old 08-06-2004, 09:03 PM
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Model T doors

I just picked up a 26-27 Model T coupe. The body is pretty solid, but the doors are swiss cheese. The areas around the windows are all good but the bottoms and the jambs around the hinges are wasted. It's mostly flat and I can make the pieces but it would be a lot easier if I had some panels. Does anyone make repro doors or patches for the doors?


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Old 08-06-2004, 10:26 PM
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For your Model T parts you might check .... Lang's at
OR Mac's at

They should have what you need. Also if you are looking for used parts, check with Model T Haven at
They are good people to deal with. I bought fenders and a windshield frame from them for my 26 Touring and everything went great. The parts were just as described. I had to beg them to sell me the front fenders, because they were rough, and Mark said that they were too bad to be restoreable.


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