I have two pair of windshield garnish moldings, but as the pictures show, the left pair are different from the right pair. I know for a fact that the top pair in one picture and the same pair on the left in the second picture, are 26-27 coupe and maybe tudor sedan, but the other pair are made differently at the end near the dash as well as the raised stamping running lengthwise on the moldings. Any ideas? Is one pair for 26-27 fordor sedans or did Model A coupes use something like this?
They're not for a '26 Fordor.
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I kinda think they're from a Model A. Truck maybe?
I think they are one of the many changes that occured to the coupe/tudor bodies. I have a pair like the bottom ones in my pile of coupe parts and looking at photos of coupe bodies you see both styles are used.
Dave, I am inclined to side with you. There were many settle changes in 26 and 27 coupe bodies, although most occurred from the reduction of wood reinforcing around the quarter and rear windows and changes to the trunk floor pan. I don't have a 26 coupe body or a 28-29 A or AA cab to check them against. If any body does, I'd like to know, I know someone who needs a pair for a 26 coupe.