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Old 05-08-2018, 10:59 PM
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Not it. The S&S name plate holders have 2 screws.

I am not familiar with any that had 1 hole. Are you trying to find what was originally there, or just something that will work?
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here you go 73 S&S. I really can't remember if they were one or two screws but bet it was one thay are small
These use 2 screws.
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I don't think that I am familiar with any name plate holders that just used 1 screw to mount it. Anyone have any ideas?
I have 3 of these, no idea what they came on. One seems to have a curve or maybe just bent?
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I would go with those.
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I have some that have 3 holes in the bottom, so you could use either 1 or 2 screws to hold them to the door. The brackets that Dan posted, look more like curtain rod holders than door sign holders.
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I would take anything really. I want to make the ambulance semi-correct, but small details don't faze me much. Let me know if you want to sell some. Probably need 4
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Clay,
Those that Dan pictured will have to sit on a flat surface, or your name plates will tilt inward. If you need an angled base, you will have to go another route. I, and several others, have many rat-holed away...... but they are typically 2 or 3 screw mount configurations. How much angle to the door panel where those screw holes are located?
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10-15 degrees Mabey?
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