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These fit the 1929-31 Murray 4-door Sedans. They are available in the etched design. Most cars had the etched ones. Come in sets for front and back. U.S.A.
Roadsters, and Roadster Pick-ups used almost the same sill plate. Pictured is the Roadster. The truck is cut out to go around the seat riser. Exact duplicate of the original. U.S.A.
Exact duplicates for the 1929 and 1930 Cabriolet.
Exact duplicates for the 1031 Cabriolet.
The zinc ones are correct for the purist, but we offer these less expensive plates for the "GO" car. Tudor pictured.
Plain was used on the 1928-29's, etched were used on the 1929-31's except slant windshield 4-doors. Only available in complete sets which includes front and rear door openings. U.S.A.
Zinc sill plates for the Deluxe 2-door Phaeton.
Made with the Ford script in the proper place. You will have to do some cutting to fit them in properly. U.S.A.
Used on the rear of the 28-9 Phaeton. These little extensions go between the rear seat riser, and the side of the body. The upholstery panel will set down in these. USA
The screws for mounting Coupe and Tudor sill plates. You will need 2 sets for a Tudor. U.S.A.
Set of 40 to secure the sill plates. For all but the Coupe, Tudors. USA
This set is for the front and the rear. USA
Beautifully etched just like the originals. Fits the Victoria and A-400. U.S.A.
Henry used a solid zinc sill plate on the Coupes and Tudors. These are authentic.