These parts came with a load of Model T parts. I would like to know what they fit.
They're for sale or trade for Model T Parts.
The hood is for 1915 and 1916.
The wheel cover is just that. Need four to be useful unless someone needs just one.
The fender skirts I'm not sure about.
The lights are a prize. The lenses are worth some bucks.
Wheel covers? I don't see any.
The second picture is of '27 or '28 Chevrolet disc wheels.
The trim strips on the skirts make me think they are '47-48 Chev.
Spellcheck does not like Chevrolet
Well, the hood looks nothing like a 15/16 and the louver arrangement doesn't match a Ford hood of any year.
The hood is not a Model T--take a closer look at it.
Skirts look like 46-47 Chevy
I see a Ford radiator shell, but I don't see a 15/16 Ford hood.
could the disc wheels be from the Wills St Claire in the pic posted by Darel? They also look a lot like the 20 inch wheels on my 29 Chev.
lights are overland about 15 or 16.charley
oh!the hood makes your 15-16 into a 17 there is a rad shell to go with it.i have one made buy another co.charley
Yeah that's funny, back then they wanted to turn their 15/16 models into 1917s. Today, lots of 1917s have been turned into 1915s.
The hood may be a version of the "streamlined" hood offered to "update" older cars to make them look more contemporary. The picture in the ad shows one with a similar cut out on the side.
The fender skirts I believe are 42-47 Pontiac, and if so, they are very rare and worth up to 350.00 each side
I'll bite. What's the cut out for? It looks enclosed and is about where the hood clip goes.
There would be a similar cutout on the other side where the hood clip hooks. The earlier hood shelves were straight, the later ones moved the clips out from the frame to accommodate the new wider cowl. So it's an aftermarket hood to update a brass T.