This style of strap is a little different than the T-3876-TW that was also used from 1912-15. Instead of having the end of the strap sewn around the footman loop, it wrapped around the footman loop and is secured with buckles T-3876-LB. These special buckles and footman loops must be purchased separately. Black leather. U.S.A.
Early T's use these long straps to support the top when it was up. These fastened to the front bow and hooked onto a bracket T-3924-BS at the radiator. Straps are dyed black as original and include black buckles, black hooks, and black footman loops. Sold in pairs. 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.
A set of 10 #5 x 5/8" brass slotted oval head screws. These screws are used for attaching the top iron seperators to the top irons of early T's as well as for attaching the male Murphy and male "Common Sense" fasteners. U.S.A.