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02-16-2013 12:55 PM
35terraplane If I were you I would build or buy a new Model A frame or a 32 frame and go from there, a least you would have a good new frame instead of something 80 some years old. Just for peace of mind.


By the way your car is a pheaton.
02-16-2013 11:55 AM
JWC Model T Best of luck to both of us. No replies just yet.
Thanks for yours
02-16-2013 08:38 AM
coreyvett Doing the same thing is one of my options to, hope you get some replys to this post. It may help the both of us
02-11-2013 03:57 PM
JWC Model T
Ford T&A


New to this forum.

Picked up a 1927 model t four door convertible body. (Seller says it could be a Phaeton) Looking at a 1929 model a chassis and engine.(Original body was a Tudor) Engine and frame #s match!!!.

What kind of issues would I have mating these two together?

I am thinking that I may have a good combination. Not sure.

Thanks for any help.

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