Top Parts Open Car
The standard design was 1 1/2" in diameter, and painted black. 7/16-14 thread. A-37708-STD 1926-31 The deluxe has a polished stainless steel face with a steel back plate. 1-1/2" dia. 7/16-14 thread. A-37708-DEL 1930-31 The Cabriolet used a larger diameter. 1-7/8" knob with a polished stainless cover. 7/16-14 thread. A-37708-CAB 1928-31 The Sport Coupes used this knob that has a stainless face, and a special thread size in the back plate. 3/8-24 thread. A-37708-SP 1928-31.
Made just like Henry made them. These special prop knobs hold the open car top irons onto the car. U.S.A.
Body sockets are used on the upper sides of the doors and body panels to provide an anchor for the A-37105 and A-37105-X male side curtain fasteners. Used 1926-27 Model T's and 1928-31 Model A's. U.S.A.
Body sockets install in the body of model A Roadsters and Phaetons for attaching the side curtains. They were also used on 1926-27 Roadsters and Touring cars for attaching side curtains to body and top irons. These push into a hole in the door and quarter panel just below the top of the door/quarter panel. The male fastener (A-37105) that is attached to the side curtains engages with this part.
Deluxe Roadster and Deluxe Phaeton top wood kits. These kits include the header over the windshield and the steam bent bows that attach to the top irons to support the top. Wood is unfinished. USA