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#394831 - 09/07/17 09:48 AM Roadster front windshields
jtroberts64 Offline
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Registered: 07/11/17
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Loc: SW Ohio
Does anyone know how you can tell what year of a roadster a front windshield might have come from? Or from any car for that matter, I don't know absolutely that it came from a roadster, it just resembles it.

I purchased some stuff from a gentlemen and there was a windshield in the mix, it looks to be that of the roadster, I'm wanting to unload it but have no idea how to market it considering I don't even know what it came off of. Can anyone help?
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#394865 - 09/08/17 05:48 AM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: jtroberts64]
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Jeff, if you'll post a few photos of the windshield, I'd bet some of us who are into the open cars will be able to identify what you have (if it's a Chevy windshield). For 1929-32 at least, the roadsters and the phaetons used the same windshield; 1929-1931 were nearly identical and 1932 is totally different.

All the Best, Chip


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#394867 - 09/08/17 06:54 AM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: Chip]
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In the early years 10s and 20s the open car windshields can cover several years. Some are single and others top and bottom. In '29 there are early and late, 30 is similar but slightly different. '31 by itself as is '32. Yes definitely post a couple of pictures as well as dimensions.
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#394871 - 09/08/17 12:40 PM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: jtroberts64]
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Originally Posted By: jtroberts64
Does anyone know how you can tell what year of a roadster a front windshield might have come from? Or from any car for that matter, I don't know absolutely that it came from a roadster, it just resembles it.

I purchased some stuff from a gentlemen and there was a windshield in the mix, it looks to be that of the roadster, I'm wanting to unload it but have no idea how to market it considering I don't even know what it came off of. Can anyone help?


If it is identified as a Chevrolet then price it fairly and you should be able to sell it in the for sale section.

Failing to get any kind of response on here , put it on ebay.

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#394872 - 09/08/17 01:02 PM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: mike_lynch]
jtroberts64 Offline
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As Requested, measurements are approx, didn't really know how you take measurements on a windshield.




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#394880 - 09/08/17 04:17 PM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: jtroberts64]
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this an earlier windshield style and size than a 1929.

mike hood

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#394892 - 09/09/17 03:39 AM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: jtroberts64]
Dave39MD Offline

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Registered: 07/04/08
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Looks just like my 24 but I haven't measured anything yet.

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#394902 - 09/09/17 01:20 PM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: Dave39MD]
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Looks like my 1925 Roadster. Don't have access to it as it is secured for the winter.


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#394968 - 09/11/17 11:48 PM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: jtroberts64]
IMFALCO Offline
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Jeff - This is definitely not 1925.
1924, or earlier roadster and touring.
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#394981 - 09/12/17 10:13 AM Re: Roadster front windshields [Re: IMFALCO]
mike_lynch Offline


Registered: 11/20/11
Posts: 2739
Loc: whitby ontario Canada
unfortunately something like this would fit a tremendous amount of pre 1929 cars. Your really in a tough place trying to correctly identify it .

To start with the cowl that it mounts too , is heavily curved judging by the curvature of the lower glass frame and the height of the windshield itself.

Wish you luck finding out.

mike lynch Agrin

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