I have a 1923 roadster pickup that, I would like to fine someone that has a copy of the wood plans.
Here's a link to a set of wood bed plans.
From your profile it appears this is your first posting, so WELCOME ABOARD! Also please let us know if this is your first T or you have had them for years etc. IF it is your first one, there are several good posting dealing with known safety issues we will point you to. We can discover all those “gotchas” on our own or we can read about where others have discovered them. Knowing those areas, can help us easily avoid those pitfalls. Don’t forget to join the local Model T Ford club near you. They will have a lot of encouragement for you as well as often have a similar car you can look at to see how things fit etc.
Also, please clarify if you want the wood plans for the pickup bed or for rewooding the body or both. Jay already posted a great link to the wood pickup bed plans. But if you are talking about rewooding the roadster body seat and cowl, then I would recommend purchasing a set of Leon Parker’s excellent plans. You can e-mail him via the Private Message feature of the MTFCA website see his profile at: http://www.mtfca.com/cgi-bin/discus/board-profile.cgi?action=view_profile&profil e=leon_parker-users and click on the Send Private Message. Or e-mail him direct at: email@example.com he has given us permission to post that e-mail for rewooding questions. See a customer comment about those plans at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/179374/198934.html?1300828585 .
“IF” you are talking about rewooding the body and not just building a truck bed, be sure you have a 1923 and not a 1924 model year car. Both were produced during 1923 and the wood kits and the metal panels are not the same (a few are – the door interchange etc. but many are not the same – side panels, cowl, etc.)
Again welcome to the forum and good luck with your project.
Hap 1915 cut off
Thanks for everyone's response, yes this is my first model t. And yes I'm looking for the re-wooding for the cab and bed.
check out http://www.fordwood.com/ .I've never used them but I like their website. I've got some wood pieces from NC (Greensboro or Greenville) and was very satisfied, but, I can't remember the name. Years ago Mel Miller made wood plans for several different T's. His daughter (Jennifer) has tried to support herself for years selling his copyrighted plans, but, I haven't been able to contact her for months. WARNING: make sure of what you have before you start ordering wood. In 1923 Ford didn't offer a pickup. Lots of folks removed the turtledeck and built or bought a bed, but, especially during the depression, people removed the back half of a touring car and put a bed there. You'd probably be ok with the wooden bed, but, I would imagine some of the roadster wood would be different from the wood needed for the front half of a touring. Good luck.
If you have a cut-down touring and want to put a roadster top on it, be aware that the brackets in the rear corners of the body for the top saddle rods will need to be reworked to fit, see this thread: