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Old 01-14-2011, 11:45 AM
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No Dan, I swipped it off the net.

To correct my earlier post. There are reproductions available but they are a "universal" fitting a few years. I want the year make and model of THIS one.


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about a 1927 Ford RPU

Wish bones and that axle are suspiciously familiar
Very close but incorrect.
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1927 Touring T ?

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Wrong year, wrong model.

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Hey Dave, what's a Henway?

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Couple of pounds (Gotcha!)
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That's a knee slapper!



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26 Ford roadster pick up. the first year to have the cowl vent.
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Dan, you got it and you can have the floor. But the reason you picked 26 was wrong.

If anyone wants to give it a try for Hotrodder brownie points, the DOOR is a 26, one year only, why not a 27?

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1926 was the first year a drivers side door was offered.

In the early days of the automobiles, many, many companies evolved into specialty suppliers. TRW is one of them, what are their roots, going back to 1901.
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Nope, it isn't because the drivers door was offered. The 26 and 27 doors though they interchange are different, why?

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....The 26 and 27 doors though they interchange are different, why?
Man, I know the answer to this question is in this thread SOMEWHERE. Is the difference that the '27 door had square holes on the inner panel and the '26 had round holes..?
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Nope, the 26 has smaller holes. It's Dans floor. And I am not going to penalize him for calling the gas filler door a cowl vent.

But on the same note, I am a moron! I posted the 27 door instead of the 26! CRAP, but you guys didn't know anyway. CRAP, the second photo here is the 26, the first photo and the one I posted is a 27.

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1926 was the first year a drivers side door was offered.

In the early days of the automobiles, many, many companies evolved into specialty suppliers. TRW is one of them, what are their roots, going back to 1901.

TRW originated in 1901 with the Cleveland cap screw company, and their initial products were bolts with heads electrically welded to the shafts.

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TRW originated in 1901 with the Cleveland cap screw company, and their initial products were bolts with heads electrically welded to the shafts.

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