I have this upper windshield frame. I think it is for a TT closed cab but unsure. Im also unsure of the year. I have another Windshield frame that is almost identical but it has different finger pulls and it also has a groove for the rubber weather strip. This windshield frame has a raised rib down both sides instead of the grove. I vaguely remember reading that there are some minor differences as to year . I want to sell it, but I need to figure out what it is for, and what years.. .. Thanks ....
Sure resembles what is with our '26 TT. Suggest getting some frame measurements for the top section, both height & width of the frame itself, not counting the header hinge. If you have the bottom section too, you might measure that as well.
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That may be for a 1925 coupe, Tudor, or Fordor. Those cars share the same windshield and I would expect Ford to use "existing" parts on the TT when possible, front fenders being one example.
The 1924 enclosed car windshields used a separate finger pull, not the style you show which incorporates the glass clamp.
I should have added that if it IS TT it could be 1925-'27. Bill
The upper hinge doesn't look right for TT. It's not that fancy as I recall. It is a piano hinge but doesn't extend past the edge of the frame.
Donnie, I am pretty sure the upper frame is the same as the 24-25 sedans, the lower frame is where the real difference comes in. KGB
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Sorry to not answer sooner. The flue in Arkansas is really bad this year ... .. NO fun .. The measurements are 39-1/4 inch overall hinge length including the attached trim. The frame is 38-3/8 inches wide overall. It is 10-1/4 inches tall overall with hinge and finger pull thickness included. I have another very, very, rusty upper and lower frame. The top frame is just like this one. They are both tagged/labeled "1925 TT" by the previous owner. I try to be wary of previous owner tags but they are usually correct, with the occasional wrong identification. But they are not good identifiers ...