I am using the M. Miller plans that I purchased from Leon Parker. Plate #8 shows the rear door wood, but no picture of the corner block that I assume goes between the hinge post and the rear door sill at the lower aft location of the door. Does anyone have a picture of the rear door wood for a 1923 Touring.
Thank you, Paul in Tacoma
This is a vendor catalog cut. I hope it helps.
If you purchased a copy of Leon's wood plans, I'm certain they should have contained the drawings for all the wood parts used in all three doors. If your set is missing that for some reason -- I'm sure Leon can provide you a copy. His plans are similar to Mell Miller's plans -- they both show how to cut wood to fit the touring or roadster body etc. Leon's profile is located at: http://www.mtfca.com/cgi-bin/discus/board-profile.cgi?action=view_profile&profil e=leon_parker-users
Note the 1915-1925 rear doors are basically the same (hinge changed late 1924, latches varied some over time etc.).
Also sometimes they will have a part drawn and say use the reverse image for the other side. Is it possible that piece of wood is shown on a different page?
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Sounds like you are referring to the “rear door corner block” which is shown on Plates 1 & 4 as part of the left and right side views of the entire wood frame. There is a full size drawing of it on Plate 2.
Thanks, everybody. Thomas, I am looking for the corner block that is part of the rear door wood.
Paul, if I remember I could take a couple pictures tonight. I think I have two 23 good doors sitting in my shop.
Jason, that would help.
here you go.
Those do not look like Ford Model T doors to me. Sorry, Bill
Not Ford but the little corner piece is similar.
sorry, I don't have much experience with touring's. They came with my roadster. Have any clue what they might be for.
Hopefully this helps