Howell’s Roadster deck lid and lower panel

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Howell’s Roadster deck lid and lower panel

Post by fordt » Fri Sep 06, 2019 12:16 pm

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Bought these from Howells years ago, understand he just started making the whole deck lid again recently. I’m going the Roadster pickup route instead.
$500 for both or $475/lid, $25/panel PLUS whatever UPS shipping would be from Comfort TX.
Also have the old whole trunk as well with the original deck lid. Contact for those picts....


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Re: Howell’s Roadster deck lid and lower panel

Post by fordt » Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:30 pm

BTT


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Re: Howell’s Roadster deck lid and lower panel

Post by Chris Haynes » Thu Sep 12, 2019 11:56 am

Howell's stuff is crap. No customer service either.


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Re: Howell’s Roadster deck lid and lower panel

Post by Kevin Pharis » Sun Sep 15, 2019 11:59 am

I had a one of these deck lids on my ol roadster. I wouldn’t say it was crap... it definitely wasn’t perfect (either was my car), but was a lot better than nothing at all! From my perspective, the skin needed a few hours of tin work to raise some some much needed compound shape, and the inner panel needed to be adjusted to fit the opening, then reassembled. Not an impossible task

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