Last fall we had a chance to stop by the MFTCA museum and while there it was brought to my attention by Benny Young that the City of Richmond had request that a Model T be acquired and placed on the water tower that can be seen from the highway and the museum.
We knew we didn't want one that could be restored, and this started from piles of parts. Yes anything could be restored but this is pretty far gone. That said what you see in the pictures is all that we have.
Needing a couple of front doors, hood, wind shield maybe some top irons. Our budget is nothing so we are looking for free. Plans are to patch and pound out some of the dents and coat the thing with bed liner epoxy.
My first thought when approached, was Mark Frymiller at Model T Haven. When asked he never gave it a second thought and said “sure anything I can do to help the MFTCA”. Thanks to Mark for furnishing the parts.
Bud Redding, Board of Director MFTCA, and Terry Messesmith pick up the parts and put it together as seen again at Frymiller's Thanks guys
Our club, Model T Ford Club of Tulsa, will be working toward completing the project to be delivered to Richmond in early August in time for the summer MFTCA board meeting.
I would be happy to pay for freight. Thank you in advance.
If you can help out please contact me at email@example.com or call 918.260.2525
Don't forget to wire the headlights so it can be seen at night. Great project, thanks to all of you for doing it,that looks great.