Hi all! just thought I would share the progress of my 24 tudor. It took me just about a year to get it to this point. It starts on battery or hand crank. When I bought this T I thought I could get this simple looking thing together in no time flat, boy was I wrong! It's going into storage now at my sons garage until I get the body ready. I'll post pictures when the body is painted and on the frame. Ken
+3.5 years =
You're just getting started! Keep up the good work! TH
Great start Ken! I have a 24 T Coupe that took me around 3-4 years. Time flies when your having fun I guess. Yes T's are fairly simple but when your a one man army as most of us are things don't move along as fast as you would think.
To each his own on the main body restoration procedure.
Some prefer like me to restore the body on the restored chassis. Others will will prefer to restore the body separate and then lower the body over the chassis or raise the body on blocks or saw horses and roll the chassis under it.
Good luck with yours. By the way I found that the chassis was the easy part and less time consuming!
Nice job there, Terry ! I'm trying to get Diane's Chief's rig painted this fall.
I have always found that the running board irons are leg killers when restoring one on the frame, so that is why the body comes off!