Can anyone help identify this car?
The hood former is about 22 inches wide.
Charley: need a picture
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That is an interesting after-market body.
it is not a ford after-market.i was at model t haven and there was a cowel there like it.thanks charley
It certainly looks like the seat section (back and sides) were 20's Ford. Also the half oval moldings were reused from a Ford roadster. The rest of it has been grafted to it and a '15 or earlier hood former. I don't recognize the trunk but looks to be factory made something.
the 1/4 panels & trunk are all one part & allways were. I will try to add pixs with the ford windshield gone.charley
That little trunk lid looks sort of sporting or golf club carrier like?
The beading on the back reminds me of an early Maxwell.
1913 Studebaker SA25 Roadster
You nailed it Layden. Gorgeous little car when complete!!
Where oh where would you find parts for one of those. When looking for T parts You usually find them because Ford made so many T's. Anything else I wouldnt know for sure.
It had me fooled. That seat section sure looked like Ford. Thanks for the insight.
thanks a lot !I should have asked you first!!!!!!!!!!.that will be easy to find as I am told late flanders will be the same. its not what I had hoped for, but now we know what it is. thanks layden.