Ake, sorry it took me so long to take these windshield photos. If you need more please let me know what to photo.
Thanks thanks Anthony
... more than I expected, perfect it solved my problem!
I will come back with details.
I see that it differs little on my and your windshield.
I have one from a Centerdoor and one from the coupelet.
It seems Centerdoor windshield is a bit shorter. the bottom hinge is not the same as Center Door.
The brackets on the lower windshield sits a little higher on the elderly.
Coupelet is for 3 people, I think your's with. These cars are wider, I compare with my Touring in 1915, a big difference.
Thanks again Anthony
Looked Nogare and discovers Coupelet have their brackets screwed outwards,
and Coupe and Center Door has them turning on.
I will check to see if that is hard rubber around the frame when I get home from work.
... my car has a slot for anything so I think it should be rubber.
... I see the screw that holds the bottom box is different from Coupelet and coupe.
Are your equal on both sides?
Is it made ​​of brass?
Anthony's hardware looks a lot like what I have on my '22 Coupe. I removed all the old hard rubber and put in new window rubber. A pain in the butt and time consuming because it was the first time I did it. I'm sure someone who has done it many times could give us some tips to make replacing the rubber gasket easier.
Yes, it is hard black rubber around the frame.
No, the screws are not the same on each side. Looks like someone replaced the right side with a hex head bolt. The left side has a slotted screw, that looks old. Don't know if it's original or not?
Thanks Anthony great help in my renovations, I will show pictures of the car
here on the forum as I get it out of the garage.