What year does this go to. I believe it is a lower windshield part. It measures about 39 inches from point to point on the bottom, the sides are about 9 1/2 inches tall. Thanks!! Close up on the one side.
OK, any ideas on what it is to?
I went to Antique Auto Ranch looking for a lower windshield frame for a 1918 Chalmers about 25 years ago. I was more than amazed by the number of different curves, sizes, etc. in their stacks in the barn. Never did find the right one, though.
I think it's bent in the horizontal part and may have been the upper part of a early/mid 1920's open car windshield? I agree with Steve, it's not Ford.
Roger makes a good point about it being bent. I have these which are very similar. I can't identify them but have seen several with that spring pivot design. The tubing is a little rounder on mine so they could be earlier. I would think it is a popular make like Buick, Overland, Dodge Etc. This is certainly a good place to show them. I hope the right guy will see them.