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Re: 1929 ford

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Posted by big fred on August 21, 2007 at 20:59:32 from (

In Reply to: 1929 ford posted by wm morath on August 21, 2007 at 12:27:37:

Not sure if the AA used the same cowl as the A, but I would imagine so. The best way to tell the difference is if the cowl flows smoothly into the body, it's a 30 or 31, but if there's a definite "step", where the cowl is a bit narrower than the body, it's a 28 or 29. There's also some subtle differences in the body, where the bottom of the 30/31 has a "bead" all along the lower edge (like the bottom of the doors) and the 28/29 doesn't, it's just flat all the way to the bottom. The radiator shell is a little different, too, but I'm not real sure what the differences are.

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