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Late Model T Window Sticker


Bluejeepnut
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For almost 50 years, I have known of a 1926 coupe that has a well worn sticker on the bottom left corner of the windshield. From what I recall, it was a notice to the customer about break in speed for the first 500 miles, general care, and tire size. The car has never been apart; it may have been “brushed-up” in the 1950s or 1960s. My question is: could the sticker be original to the car from the dealer or a mid-twentieth century addition?

 

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Good possibility it’s genuine and from the factory. I have a picture somewhere of a complete one on a NOS windshield that was for sale some years ago but it was very pricey considering it was on plate glass and likely not able to get removed without ruining it.

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