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  1. Thanks for the reply. I don't think mine is like that as I have a short section of what arrears to be a rain gutter that nails between the flange on the body tub and the wood support. The gutter piece is about 1/8 inch larger than the trunk hole in the body.
  2. Sorry my pictures didn't show much. I think it is a Canadian built 25 /26 duplex roadster.
  3. Attached is a picture of a 1925 standard six clutch, 10 inch diameter. Hope this helps
  4. Thank you all for the insight. Now I require details of trunk, latch and rain flanges around the opening. Does anyone have pictures or can take pictures? I am going to built these parts and as well look like the original.
  5. I need help with a problem. The back end sheet metal was cut out of the body. I suspect, to make it haul more like a truck. I need details of how the rain channel was shaped and details of how the latch worked. I don't even know if it was a trunk or a extra seat. There was a set of hinges mounted onto the wooden crossmember at the front of the opening. There is also a section of sheet steel flange about 1/2 inch larger than the trunk hole that nails in there somewhere. The temporary spruce framing is to hold the body in shape so after I weld the new panel in place things will fit. I a
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