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    Well folk, I can't seem to find the file I had listing the different body styles and the wood needed and how it was assembled.

    How about a little help?

    One of our club member has a nice '30 Town Sedan and his windshield is falling off and it seems to me he has no wood backing it up for the wood screws to hold onto, so I need prints and pictures because I don't remember the differences between the Murray and Briggs bodies. I was thinking one of the two styles used D nuts and one used wood.
    You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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    My '30 Town Sedan is a Briggs and it uses wood screws to hold the windshield hinge to the header.

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      WELL, I lost my Button Hook I use it for Zipper malfunctions
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