Escutcheons & Trim
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Part # A-48139-B | Model Year 28-31
This is the fancy deluxe style escutcheon that goes between the upholstery and the window riser handle. Chrome
Part # A-46126-R | Model Year 26-31
This style of fastener was commonly used on 1926-27 Model T's, Standard Model A Open Cars and 1928-29 Closed Cab Trucks. Used to hold the door panel to the door. Sold each. Price is for 1 socket and 1 ring nail. U.S.A.
Part # T-45320 | Model Year 26-28
Door trim and bezel for the open cars. These metal trim pieces finished off the door panel around the striker, dovetail, and the door opener. 1 set does both doors. Will only work on original style panels that were merely a piece of hardboard that was bound. Most door panels today are covered and bound hardboard which is thicker than the originals. U.S.A.
Part # A-48140 | Model Year 28-31
Clamps onto the door interior panel where it is notched for the striker. U.S.A.
Part # A-46270-O | Model Year 28-31
Each kit consists of 2 nickel plated washers and 2 rubber washers. They go under the inside door opener of all Roadsters and 4-dr Phaetons. U.S.A.
Part # A-48284 | Model Year 28-48
This cone shaped spring goes behind the door upholstery panel, and keeps it tight against the escutcheons. Used behind window cranks only, fat end toward panel. Some interior panels have a little more padding than original or thicker hardboard than original. You may find that you don't have enough room to use the springs in those cases. U.S.A.
Part # A-46270 | Model Year 28-31
Deluxe style escutcheon used with the deluxe style door openers. Backing ring included. U.S.A.
Part # A-46270-D | Model Year 30-31
Nickel plated brass. Protects the door panel where the door pull slides. Original plain rim design. Used on the 1930-31 Deluxe Phaeton only. U.S.A.