Got this one running today also. The front axle is ready to be installed. Still looking for a good ring gear and the rear end is ready to go back together. Need a radiator, fuel tank, wheels, tires, body and... I guess I need to figure out what it's going to be at some point too. The engine and trans was a rebuilt spare I had. All the other parts have been picked up at swap meets and from members in our local chapter. Thanks to Jack Darron for selling and letting me borrow a couple parts from his inventory this past week.
Looking real good!
I like that Kolher gas tank!
The 1 I am working on now when I first cranked it,I used a Reo engine gas tank.Lawnmower parts come in handy sometimes.
I wish I had that clean of a place to work!
Looks good Keep us posted as it goes on.
Jacks place is something else. The grarage I have ever been in. So much history in there.
Now THAT is what I call an engine stand! A couple of more pieces and it could be a dyno. Looks awesome! Like John says ...... more pics please!
Great Job, Kenny!! I vote for a hack Just got back from visiting Uncle Jack. Actually got some money out of him!!
Mike that was an oversight,I assure you.
Mack, very good on picking up on the Kohler gas tank. I've had that thing for years and it's been the test tank on a lot of different engines.
Mike, how big of a pry bar do you need to get money out of Jacks wallet?
Who is that peeking at us in the background with those big inquisitive Ford eyes???
Thata Chassis looks great - I vote for a hack body on that too!
Oh yea - forgot - way to go too with that big Ford Truck - Has that got one of my 4r100's or 5r100w tranny's from Sharonville in it???
I had to promise him food!!!! Some kind of a pie for Newport......can't remember the exact kind though......was it possum?????
It's BUTTERSCOTCH,and if you guys forget,I won't bring any goodies to the auction! (G)
BUTTERSCOTCH,um,I loves BUTTERSCOTCH pudding.
Nice thing about a T that you can't do with anything else...you can be darn near done before you decide what you are actually building!
Great job, Kenny!