These boards are 23 1/4 inches long. They can also be used for a Speedster. $100 plus a shipping cost.
Contact Glenn Blough, Denton, Maryland, at 410-310-2551
A correction please. These running boards looked the same as the TT Truck to me, except they were missing the small lip at the back edge.
Then too there are other differences in the hole locations that I overlooked.
The TT Truck running boards are 21 1/2 inches long and have the front holes 1 inch back and the rear holes are 14 inches back.
These running boards are 21 1/4 inches long and have the front holes 1 1/2 inches back and the rear holes 18 3/4th inches back and they only appear to be correct for the 1911 Torpedo.
A second correction please. These are not TT Truck or 1911 Torpedo Running Boards either!
These appear to be similar, in length, to the Original TT Truck and 1911 Torpedo Running Boards.
There is no 1911 vehicle nearby to compare them with now.
They do not have the rear lip that the TT Truck Running boards have either.
They have what appears to be the original Gilsonite paint on them and on the ends, but chipped, so they are not cut off.
The Ford logo is turned from the 1911 Torpedo Running Boards shown in Langs catalog.
The top holes are square (5 inches apart center to center) and 1 ½ inches down from the top edge.
The bottom holes are round (4 3/4th inches apart center to center) and 18 3/4th inches down from the top.
The overall length is 21 1/4th inches.
There are no part numbers on them.
The ford script should be centered on both the truck board and the 1911 torpedo board. They are cut off regular boards I would say.
Definitely cut off standard 1915-1925 running boards. Note the cuts thru the diamonds at the ends.