Tech Q&A - Tips from Members
Drawings and Illustrations
On this page, we offer drawings and illustrations that have been submitted by Model A restorers. Whenever possible, we will include an e-mail link back to the submitter for you to direct questions, suggestions, or revisions.
1930/1931 Front Fender Well Installation Instructions
contributed by Rick Black, El Paso Texas - 11/05/98
This drawing was originally supplied with reproduction fender well by Rick's Antique Auto, Shawnee Mission Kansas in the 1970's.
In looking for bumper brackets for the rear of my 160-C, I've looked under dozens of 1930/30 Sedans. The rear bumper brackets of SW Fordors appear to be unique to the 160-A, B, and C (Standard, Town Sedan, and Deluxe/Blindback). The photograph shows an actual left-rear bracket and major dimensions. Notice the four holes in the side of the arm - unique to the SW Fordor brackets.
If anyone has other drawings or dimensions of rear bumper brackets, I'd appreciate your input! Click on my name above and send me a message. Thanks.
A drawing of the garnish moldings used on the rear door windows below the rectangular window frames on Slant Window models Standard Fordor 160-A, Town Sedan 160-B, and Deluxe Fordor (Blindback) 160-C.