I had a site where a person was making very good replicas of Model T fenders out of wood. Can't find it now. Anyone know of it?
I did a search and found this:
http://www.gobookee.net/get_book.php?u=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5ud3ZzLm9yZy9UZWNobmljYWwvQ 29uc3RydWN0aW9uU3Rvcmllcy9Kb2huc1NwZWVkc3Rlci9TdHJpcEJ1aWxkL09yY2FCb2F0cy9QcmVzc 1JlbGVhc2UucGRmCjE5MzEgV29vZCBCb2RpZWQgU3BlZWRzdGVyIFRha2VzIFNoYXBlIEluIFBvcnQgT W9vZHk=
Thanks Tony, But that isn't it. I had searched quite a bit without finding it. Thought I had bookmarked it but evidently not. The fenders were quite realistic and would be hard to detect as wood at a casual glance.
I found it. It is on Lee Thevent's Horseless Carriage Replica Newsletter. http://www.horselesscarriagereplicas.com/files/Volume_5_Issue_1_Published_by_Lee _Thevenet_Jan.pdf
You give new ideas for finishing my wooden 1922 project.
Now I think about it, I remember an article by Gary Hoonsbeen in the HCCA Gazette that used the same technique. Maybe someone with an HCCA Index could look it up.
Andre, Glad to be of help. I like your project.