Battery Trap Doors
1920 - 1925 Coupe
This is the wooden cover which covers the hole in the trunk floor over the battery.
|10645||20 - 25 Coupe Battery Trap Door - Hardwood|
1926 - 1927 Coupe
These are the wooden covers which cover the hole in the trunk floor over the battery.
Three different variations were used.
|57319A||Aug 1925 - Mar 1926 Coupe Battery Trap Door - Hardwood|
|57319B||Mar 1926 - Jun 1926 Coupe Battery Trap Door - Hardwood|
|57319C||Jun 1926 - Aug 1927 Coupe Battery Trap Door - Hardwood|
1920 - 1923 Centerdoor Sedan
This wooden cover is used to cover the hole in the rear floor over the battery.
|10074||20 - 23 Centerdoor Sedan Battery Trap Door - Hardwood|
1924 - 1925 Tudor Sedan
1923 - 1925 Fordor Sedan
The battery trap door on the 24 - 25 Tudor Sedan and on the 23 - 27 Fordor Sedan actually
make up the rear floor on the driver's side. There were three different variations used.
The first has a half lap joint where it meets the floor boards on the passenger's side and
as far as we can tell was used in the 23 - 24 model years. The second style is the same but
without this half lap joint and was used in the 24 - 25 model years. The third style does not
have the half lap joint, but the finger hole is on the front edge instead of the side edge.
Note: The Fordor Sedan continued to use the battery trap door through the 26-27 model years. The Tudor sedan did not. The 26-27 Tudor rear floor was covered with the rear floor board.
|16112A||23 - 24 Tudor and Fordor Battery Trap Door |
(with half lap joint) - Hardwood
|16112B||24 - 25 Tudor and Fordor Battery Trap Door |
(without half lap joint) - Hardwood
|16112C||26 - 27 Fordor Battery Trap Door (with finger hole on front edge) - Hardwood|
1920 - 1925 Roadster
This wooden cover is used to cover the hole in the turtle deck floor over the battery.
|5308||20 - 25 Roadster Battery Trap Door - Hardwood|
Painting The battery trap doors were painted with a semi-gloss black paint.