A few years ago, I bought a pile of T side curtains. There was some good stuff in there. Today I decided to take a look at what I believe is a side curtain roll. It is made with Ford grain top material, and the size accomodates 4-6 side curtains rolled up. The dimensions are 24 5/8" X 19". The hems longwise are 2 1/4", and the hems widthwise are 5/8. The fasteners are nickel plated. Anyone else seen one?
First time for me but you don't see many original side curtains any way. It sure would help protect them during storage under the seat.
Neat! Thanks for posting it.
I cut the leg out of an old pair of jeans, roll up the side curtains and put them inside of the pant leg. It makes a nice storage container for the curtains keeps them clean and makes them easy to store under the seat.
I know this might be straying a little off topic,
But I use old jeans cut off legs for tool bags.
Put the tools in, roll up the "leg" and tie it with a show string.
I put my side curtains in between cut up old flannel sheets before I roll them up and put them in the bag.
I hope others may like my solution to this storage. I cut two (2) pieces of 6" PVC pipe to length for the widest length of the side curtain when rolled. Then affixed 2 PVC end caps to the cylinder. Each tube holds one sides set of curtains. Both tubes store neatly under the front seat of my 26 touring and are water proof, dust proof and crush proof. I also place linen dish towels between each curtain before rolling all 3 (of each side) and placing in the tube. Dave