Does anybody have a photo of the inside rear window trim moulding for a 1921 Coupe? THANKS
No photo but I'm sure it is steam bent wood covered with fabric
It is framed square with straight pieces of wood with triangle pieces in the corners cut to fit the curved corners of the glass.
Hope that makes since.
These are all I have. Maybe they will help.
Mike is correct. I have an ORIGINAL '20 Coupe never restored. Wonder where the number in the first picture is located?
If you are referring to my photos, it was on the passenger side sill just inside the door. By the way it started with a B.
Thanks Mark. I'll check it out tomorrow.
I have this picture that Ken E. was kind enough to send me when I redid my '22 Coupe. His was original from his '22. so it may be close enough to a '21 that they were similar. It is cloth covered fiber board tacked around the window ledge. When I got my '22 and disassembled it the trim was the same as Kens but I didn't take photos.
I see the rear curtain (or shade) in the above photo. Did they really put curtains in coupes? I found a nice one at a swap meet last week and was wanting to put it in my coupe but thought maybe they were only used in sedans. Nice to see this one in a coupe.
My '22 Coupe had brackets for a shade but no shade. I did not add one. (yet)
Yes 21's had a shade. If you look in the 2ed photo of my coupe you can see the screw holes on both sides of the window frame where they were mounted before I took them off.
So, how late did curtains go in Ford coupes? Should my April '24 have them? Since it is a "well accessorized" car, I was thinking of putting one in anyway. (I already added a bud vase)
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Rear window shade is not an accessory. It was standard equipment.
Thanks for the info. The shade will go in.