The 25 Cab is in excellent condition. I found it in a barn buried in hay almost up to the windows. Years ago a farmer took it off the frame and was going to set it out in a hedgerow in case it rained he could take cover in it. Fortunately he never got it out of the barn.
The Ford script grain box came from the Mid-West, and is in excellent shape.
The 20 TT has a Warford, Ruckstell, and rear Hasler shocks.
Just an observation. Are you sure the '20 has a Warford? That shifter knob sure looks like a Muncie.
Henry, Yes, it is a Warford. A second one was included with the truck. That is the knob that was on it
Thats a 32 radiator, notice the tank comes out to a sort of v.
Jim, the radiator is from my 36. I was lucky to find a nos one for it. From pics these early rads can be hard to identify.
Warford and a Ruckstell is a real sweet combo. Lots of gears to choose from, one perfect for every situation.
Lots of discussion of Warfords on many threads....I am still looking for an application of one with a PTO...one attached to the Warford PTO flange. I need one for my next project.
Dan, will someone be telling this same found in barn story on you? How long have you had it and when do you plan on assembly? Nice "stuff"!
Michael, You never can tell. I've had the 20 TT since the seventies. I used it for about 10 years. The last time I used it, my then 9 year old niece drove it in a local fireman's parade. Going that slow it smoked so bad it must have killed every mosquito in town. The cab is pretty rough on it. What I'm thinking of doing is putting the square cab and the grain box on it, and redoing the engine. My 3 year old grandson wants me to put it together. I told him when he gets old enough to help we will do it. The way hes going I won't have to wait to long. He is Model T crazy.