Has anybody got a picture of a 1918 C Cab truck.
I might have a chance to buy one in the future.
I did some searching and could only find some later years..
closest I have http://www.remarkablecars.com/main/ford/1918-ford.html
you do know that Ford didn't build a cab on their trucks until 24, and any C-cab would have been an aftermarket?
Thats just what i need to know !!
That might be why it is hard to find pictures of such a creature!!
If anybody has any info about this truck please let me know.
Here is a picture of my '15 "C" Cab truck. As Ray states above this trucks bed amd cab were manufactured by the Emerson-Brandington Carriage Works in Rockford, Illinois. (Emerson was the cousin of Ralf Waldo Emerson and principal owner of the company.) Good Luck in your search.
Nice looking Pickup, Still isnt a C-cab truck, looks like its a T chassis, No C in the cab, C-cabs were made in 24-5, I think those are correct dates, and on a TT chassis, of course there is T's like the piewagons that have a C in there body style. Still nice looking T u have there
BG, Lang's have a "C" Cab kit. Mine looks a lot like the drawing in their catalogue - page 148 of 2006 catalogue. Send me your e mail address, I'll send you some pics.
Send all your pics to bgarrison at hotmail.com.
Was there many different cab styles and manufactures since Henry didn't produce a "cab" truck until 24
Is there any good info books out there that would describe some of the cab styles before the 24 year?
I have Bruce's book and it doesn't tell or show much about the different truck cabs.
were there many companies? Check out this site Bg.