Please help me ID this door.
"IF" it is a stock USA Model T Ford door it is for the right front passenger door on the 1926-27 touring or roadster.
Caution -- not knowing what size it is -- many other cars from back in the day had similar looking doors of various sizes.
Also a few additional photos of the other side of the door, the door latch, and how the hinge looks etc. would make it much easier and more accurate for folks to ID the door.
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It dosen't appear to be a 26-27 door there are too many differences, the 26 door is very square this door has a slight taper on the latch side, also the top of the latch is just above the top sill on the 26 it is below, also the top sill is flat, on the 26 it is tapered about 10 degrees. What it is I don't know but it does not appear to be Ford.
Maybe C-Cab TT ? I'd have to go out and measure mine.
I think Hap is right 26-27 Roadster. TT doors are easy to tell, all the corners will be square not rounded.
Thanks Fred - I better go look at my two C-Cabs closer !
Nope . . .not TT C Cab or 'New and Improved' touring/roadster either. Not enough of a bead on top and the hinges are wrong. I think Dodge of the late teens - early twenties.
Thank you for posting the additional photos. The reason I originally said "IF" it was a stock Ford door ... was because I did not have enough information to go off of.
It clearly is not a stock Model T Ford door. Below for comparison is an illustration from the 1926-27 touring car (roadster would be the same). You can look at the other front door on the other side also. Note the door latch is higher on the Ford and the latch is significantly different from your photo. Width of door looks different etc. The Ford 1926-27 door is all metal and has a metal skin on the inside also.
Again -- if you put a yard stick etc. in the photo people will be able to better tell how wide etc. the door is.
Also look and see if there is evidence that an inner panel was once attached or not. I.e. spot welded in. Or are there a lot of small nail holes around the door edge that would indicate it once had a wooden frame with the metal nailed onto it?
Good luck with your door ID. Someone somewhere may be looking for it. Plan "B" -- take some good photos, with measurements, and list it on e-bay. Say you do not know what it fits. That it is not for a stock Ford body. And ask if anyone knows what it fits.
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Thanks Hap, I always appreciate your thorough information and willingness to help. I will take your suggestions and add the information tomorrow. I would really like to find this nice door a home.