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Originally these were all one
piece with the running board
on everything except the pick-up
trucks. But, if your boards are in good shape, you can replace the shield only with this. Used...
When using a 1932 radiator on your 1930 or 1931 Model A, this apron has the proper outward point to mate with the shell. Can not be used when the steering rack/pinion is mounted in front of the...
These are the 96" long running board splash aprons for the AA Trucks. Truck shipping only on 1928-29's. NOTE: A-141-BB does not include nose section. U.S.A.
The front sheet metal section
that attaches to the splash
apron and the front fender.
Used only on the 1930 with
the short splash aprons.
Made of steel. U.S.A.
Holds the apron in place, 1928-29 uses 4 oval head machine screws that go through the front edge of the fender and into D-nuts that are in the apron. 1930-31 uses a set of four 1/4-28 round head...
We offer two different grades of this part. The cheaper apron is a formed apron, whereas the show apron is a die stamped apron withe the correct 'D' nuts in the 28-29. The 'show' apron is much...
These shields were used from September of 1930 until the end of production. They fit all of the passenger cars as well as pick-ups. USA
The four large headed carriage
bolts and nuts to mount the
shields to the frame. U.S.A.
The early 28 style did not
have a hump in the back. This
hump was added to give more room for the new style of braking system that was changed in mid-28. U.S.A.