17-22 turtle deck for sale. Good condition with an older repaint. No rust through. Asking $400 plus shipping.
Reduced. $350, plus shipping. I can also deliver it to the national tour in Cranberry in July.
(Message edited by Jrspada4 on June 27, 2018)
Is the turtle deck for a roadster ? Do think it would fit a coupe?
It's for a Runabout.
It's a nice one at a good price.
That upward flare at the front edge of the top surface was not on the '22-back turtles. That was a feature of the '23-25 ones. Also, the '22-back ones had a front panel which this one does not have, and the latch handles are different. I'm not sure what you have there, but I'm sure it's not a '17-22 Ford turtle unless it has been modified.
could this be canadian i have some 1/4 panels & a back panel???? charley
It could very well be an aftermarket deck, but it doesn't line up with the bead on the back panel of the body tub on my 24. I don't know what the handles are. They are stamped and t-shaped. My car came to me as a bitsa and I'm trying to put it back to factory. Whether it's completely correct or not, I can't see sending a perfectly good piece to the scrap. Surely someone can find a use for it.
Maybe it's for some car other than Ford. It does look to be in nice condition.
It looks like a 23/25 turtle deck that has been modified with the older style lid. Very nice any measurements?
can we see pics of the inside????charley
Sorry for the delay. It's been a busy week between work and body work. I took some measurements and photos this evening. The deck measures 35-3/4" wide and 35" long. The height is about 8-1/2" tall at the tail and 16" tall where it meets the body. The curves at the front of the base don't quite match the body contour of my 24, so I don't think it is a modified 23-25 deck. It is also missing the holes that would mount the deck to the rear body panel. The lid measures 24" wide x 20-1/2" tall. The wood frame looks to be fairly new (last 20-30 years). The sheet metal wraps around the frame and is attached with counter-sunk, flat head, slotted screws.
Uprights that the PO fabricated to close the gap:.