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[1913] The major difference is that the car doesn't have a cowl. The dash & firewall are one. The Roadster & Touring doors are square in shape, that reach down to the bottom of the sill.

[1914] The Roadster & Touring cars are similar to the 1913, that these cars do not have a cowl. The dash & firewall are one. the windshield frame attaches to the dash.

[1915-1916] These cars have a cowl. The windshield posts attach to the top of the #2 rib, back from the firewall. These cars have wood seat frames & wood floor risers.

[1917-1922] These cars have sheet metal seat frames & sheet metal floor risers. The Roadster has a wooden end sill.  The Touring has a metal end sill and 3 metal ribs up the back panel that attach to the metal end sill at the bottom. The body to frame brackets are tri-angular stamped steel. Like in this drawing:

Odd changes occurred due to manufacturing overruns. Some 1923 cars have a straight windshield post, instead of being tilted. Cowls rails will be wood, instead of metal. Other 1922 parts are found on the early 1923 cars.

[1915-1922] These parts will interchange. The 1923-1925 body sills are longer & many body structure parts are different. If you think you have identified your car, please be sure to let us know when ordering our wood parts. If in doubt, you may send us photos of the front, sides, & rear of your car.

[1923-1925]  Major changes took place! The windshield posts are tipped back. The Front seat was set back farther, making the body sill longer. There were sheet metal floor risers, and some cars have metal pillars in the body. This was an experiment done in 1925, prior to the all metal cars that were produced in 1926. 






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