I have just completed the restoration of a 1924 Touring and one of the more difficult bolts to find were the those holding the dash board to the window pillars. At the same time I looked for the four bolts that hold the instrument panel to the dash board. Eventually I found them at McMasters but had to buy a large quantity. They look quite nice, stainless steel and polished with the countersunk dome heads. I have a couple of sets left over and five of each are available for postage or free at Hershey or Chickasha (that's months away).
I also have just the smaller instruments screw for postage if that's all you need.
Contact me at tonybowkerATaol.com you know what to do.
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Ford used a special nut for those screws, so you wouldn't need a wrench to hold them on. As I recall, there are two different lengths of those nuts. I have several in a box somewhere, and they work just as Ford intended. If I felt like it, I could dig some out and take a picture, but I'm too lazy this morning!
I had four emails and all the dash to window bolts have gone. I still have a few sets of the smaller instrument panel bolts left.
I used square nuts for the panel to window mounting and a couple of the nuts were tough. In the end I threaded a wire thru the holes, slid on the nut and managed to hold the nut on with my pinky as I pulled the wire out. Then thread in the bolt.
Easy the second time, which I why included five sets in the packages.