Can anyone ID this pair? They came with some Model T parts but are unfamiliar to me.
Just a wild guess but I think they are for the passenger seat on a center door. Had a rod that went to one leg in the back. this pivots the rear leg when you tip the seat forward. Could be wrong because it has been years since I saw one.
That is one of at least two types of center-door sedan folding front passenger seat rear foot. (Mouthful) There is only one to each car. There is a weird looking bent rod that is run through that hole near the middle, then bent, and run up to the front mounting brackets to flip the rear foot down and up when the seat is folded up and down. I had to make that "wide Y" shaped piece when I restored the '16 center-door I had years ago. I had managed to find a photo of the missing piece and made it from about 3/8 steel rod. I also saw a few (very few) other center-door sedans with the same "Y" rod and foot.
Drive carefully, and enjoy. W2
This image is from one of my old Vintage Ford Magazines.
Here is another from a previous Forum Discussion.
Thanks guys! Looks like I have 2 New Old Stock pieces that need to find good homes. Anyone ( preferable 2 ones) out there needing a seat-foot bracket for their Center Door restoration?