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Part # T-3929-N | Model Year 09-16
Brass castle nut used for mounting the early brass era radiators. 2 are required. NOT included in the T-3929-S radiator mounting kit. 3/8-24 thread. U.S.A.
Part # T-3922-A | Model Year 09-15
Polished brass neck only for the early brass era Model T's. This is the 2-1/2" tall version that was used from 1911-16 but will work on 1909-10's.
Part # T-3939-WPB Model Year 09-27
Part # T-3939-B Model Year 09-27
Again, we can offer these solid brass water pipes. Look great on the early brass T's, but can be used on any year to dress it up. Not authentic, but they sure look pretty! Fits 1909-27, U.S.A.
Part # T-3977-D | Model Year 26-27
The decorative chrome strip used on the 1926-27 cars. Attaches to slots punched in the T-3977-REC radiator apron.
Part # A-8261/87 | Model Year 09-34
The original style hose clamps just like Ford used. Two large for the top and 4 small for the bottom. Cad plated with correct hardware. Fits both the Model A and Model T.
Part # A-8115-OR | Model Year 09-32
An excellent repo of the old original. Made in the U.S.A. and guaranteed not to leak a drop! This same petcock was used on Model A's and T's. For A's, it was used in the water pipe between the motor and the lower radiator outlet. For T's, it was used in the bottom of the radiator, the oil pan, and in the gas sediment bowls. U.S.A.
Part # T-3977-E | Model Year 16-23
Much thinner than the later aprons. Ears mount to radiator studs and band is only about 1-1/4" wide. U.S.A.
Part # T-3977 | Model Year 23-25
Mounts under the radiator and your crank passes through the hole in the center. Comes flat, you have to bend the ears where it mounts to the radiator studs. U.S.A.
Part # T-3977-REC | Model Year 26-27
Mounts under the radiator and your crank passes through the hole in the middle of this part. An excellent reproduction that has the correct thimble spot welded to it where the crank passes through. Mounting holes are already installed for the T-3977-D trim strip. The panel originally had a hole below the crank hole for a round head screw to anchor the apron to the front spring U-bolt assembly. This hole is not in the panel. U.S.A.