Saw something on Model T Haven that i think is really neat.
Check out: http://modelthaven.com/phw.html
Those parts would have gone with one of the several different "hard tops" also called "California tops" sold to convert a touring to a more enclosed car.
And for those who may read this next year and the photos are no longer on the Model T Haven site, I have posted those below:
Below is a photo posted by Herb Iffrig and earlier by Eric Flower shows one style of "hard top" (see discussion at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/118802/133977.html about California tops)
And Dan Treace posted the advertisement below which is where the name "California Top" comes from. But like "coke" is often used for other colas so is the term California Top used for any of the hard top conversions sold for the Ts:
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Bill smith has a great example on a brass T roadster at "the museum of American Speed" in Lincoln NE.
Here is a picture of Bill Smiths 14 which Rob mentioned
Correct that to a 13.
Does anyone have a full view of Bill Smiths converted 13?
Thanks for posting the photos Hap.
I did my original post on my ipad and I haven't figured out how to post photos from it yet.
Download the iCabMobile browser app and the SimpleResize apps for your iPad or iPhone. They work just like when you are on your PC. I think they are both free apps.