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Hi, let me begin by saying that I am pretty ignorant about cars. That being said, I am wondering if anyone could help me identify a Ford from the 1920s or 1930s. I don't know much about it, nor do I have any pictures. All I know about it is that there was a rumble seat and the windshield folded down. I know its not much information to go on, but if someone knows what I am talking about, I would greatly appreciate the help. Thank you.

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cant tell by that description but if you google fords roadsters say from t.model up you should see which one you are looking at failing that get a pic and I can tell you
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Hi, let me begin by saying that I am pretty ignorant about cars. That being said, I am wondering if anyone could help me identify a Ford from the 1920s or 1930s. I don't know much about it, nor do I have any pictures. All I know about it is that there was a rumble seat and the windshield folded down. I know its not much information to go on, but if someone knows what I am talking about, I would greatly appreciate the help. Thank you.
up to around 1928 was A model , before that was the T model and then you might consider googling the B model which was arounf 1929 to 34 or so . if that doesnt help /// well best keep googling .
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Thanks for the help, guys. Your suggestions helped me give me a starting place, and from there I'm sure I will be able to find exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks again for the useful information.
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