1919 - 1922 Coupe

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1919 - 1922 Coupe

Post by ancientseeker » Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:55 am

Hello all,
Does anyone in Wisconsin or nearby have a ‘19 - ‘22 coupe that I can visit to take pictures and measurements? The back part of my car has mostly original wood in good condition. The cowl area, not so good. I need to make new cowl pillars and have little to go on. All of my window parts, Trim pieces, etc. came in boxes and bags. Seems to be mostly there but is puzzling. I just need a little help getting off in the right direction.

Thank you,
Dave Stubenvoll


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Re: 1919 - 1922 Coupe

Post by John kuehn » Wed Jun 19, 2019 2:09 pm

Go to fordwood.com and click on the early Ford Coupes.
There you can get an idea of what the body wood looks like for these cars.
Maybe not a lot of help but you can get the idea.
Your lucky that you have most or all of the small body and trim parts. Those pieces for the closed T’s are very hard to find and few if any are being reproduced.

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Re: 1919 - 1922 Coupe

Post by perry kete » Wed Jun 19, 2019 2:45 pm

Here are pictures of a '22 Coupe wood frame
Model T-'22 Coupe framework rear-Denny's.jpg
Model T-'22 Coupe  framework- Denny's.jpg
Model T -'22 Coupe drivers door-Denny's.jpg
1922 Coupe & 1927 Touring

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Re: 1919 - 1922 Coupe

Post by ancientseeker » Wed Jun 19, 2019 3:56 pm

Thanks John!
This is my fourth Model T and I never knew Fordwood existed! Has anyone had experience with their products?

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Re: 1919 - 1922 Coupe

Post by DanDy » Wed Jun 19, 2019 4:34 pm

I am in Eau Claire, WI. Have a 22 coupe.


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Re: 1919 - 1922 Coupe

Post by John kuehn » Wed Jun 19, 2019 6:49 pm

Well since I mentioned Fordwood I have to say their products I bought and used from them worked well BUT they are sometimes hard to get a hold of. That’s the drawback. In my case I finally got hold of them and got the wood parts in a few weeks after they got the order to make them.
Others have had no luck contacting them and moved on. If you could talk to them in person you might have better luck. That’s just my opinion. You might get lucky like I did and make contact. Just be prepared you might have to try many times.

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