Thanks for any help,
It looks very much like a center- door windshield frame.
Just looking at the frame without the pivot that is very similar to my Fordor lower frame. They may not be a pair. Anyone with a bit more experience on Centerdoors will know. I have an idea that the lower frame moves on the Centerdoors. Regards, John
One more picture. These photos are from a Centerdoor Sedan that I had the chance to view a couple of years ago. John
The top looks like my Center Doors. I have the bottom on my 19 center door pull like the one John Page is showing.
It looks a lot like my '22 Coupe frame. The only difference is mine has pull knobs on the bottom window frame instead of door pulls. All the pivots look the same as yours. These photos were taken during rebuilding. When I cleaned up the wing nuts and pull knobs they are nickel plated.
Thanks for the help everyone. It seems that my top frame is very close to the coupe or center door except mine have four holes rather then three in the attaching bracket. Years must be in the range of 16 to 23.
I wonder if some had a fixed lower window. It this center door photo it does look like the lower frame is fixed but the upper frame is similar to mine.
From the same car as the earlier pictures. The car is in our Model T Club. Will be some time before I could check and take more pictures. Regards, John
Picture from Adrian Whiteman's interesting postings on a very original New Zealand Centerdoor. There could be some variations on the Centerdoor Sedans and Coupes that were sent from Canada. (compared to the US cars )
Link to Adrian's Thread