I went to the Portersville Steam Show last weekend and I met a guy there from Rock Creek, OH, who said he had a lot of Model T parts that he wanted to get rid of. So yesterday I went and got 'em and here are some pictures. Since the forum doesn't want to post all my pictures at once, I'll try to add more tomorrow. Unfortunately half the parts are not Model T. If anyone recognizes the other parts like the hood, the disc wheel covers, or the lights, please let me know. If I knew what they fit maybe I can trade them for T parts or somebody can use them.
Sure nice of you to help the guy out by cleaning up his place of all those old rusty parts!
WOW! you find this stash in my own back yard that I never knew was there! I live in Rock Creek. You need to stop by sometime.
Quite a haul! A lot of good looking stuff in there. The steel disc wheels are Jaxon which were used on several General motors cars among others. Measure their tire size. If they are for 21 inch tires, they are desirable to speedster people for model T use. You would also need to compare the wheels to each other. There must be about a dozen variations of the 21 inch Jaxon wheels. Some years ago, a friend and I pooled a bunch of wheels to get two almost sets. My car still wound up with three different wheels, but at least they looked closer alike than they would have with what I started out with. And my friend wound up with only two different (three alike).
The gray front axle 9with hubs) may also be Chevrolet.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2