Repeat. It's on right now on History, and will repeat at 10pm.
yeah!!!! Thats a good one!!! Thanks Ricks!
Wow, you just never know where the axles in your T have been!!
Why aren't you working on your speedster?
Let's get with it!
That's Alex from the show:
I hear you Bob, I have a little more work on the 1921buick starter generator but after that its all about that speedster!! see ya at the chilli feed?
We'll be at the chili feed...probably in a T unless I have to take a boat!
Its good to see American Pickers finding this stuff. Yeah, that was neat to see another use for model T axles.
Old cars and parts are still around. You just have to find them.
Here in central Texas its not as plentiful as it use to be. Maybe its been picked over.
My yearly trip to Chickasha sure helps my pickin urge and looking forward to another one.
Alex said the only part that wasn't scripted was when Bob quoted $6500 for a super rare bike, and Mike immediately said, "OK". Bob quickly reneged on that price. Bob hadn't kept up with prices, but knew it was too cheap when Mike jumped at it..
That picture you posted looks like something I saw at the Long Beach swap meet this summer. I wish I had seen this post before yesterday. I missed American Pickers. Was this wagon on the program? Did they buy it, and how much was it worth?
Bob and Alex do the Holiday Motor Excursion in Pasadena every year with a TT jitney, and haul a load of people. I had no idea he was such a radiator craftsman.
Loren Burch, with his Stanley at the beginning of the show, has hosted dessert at his home/shop at the end of the HME for the last few years.
Norm, that pic of the gypsy wagon was taken at the Rong Beach Swap in July. They sold it by the end. They have acres of stuff they have to sell. Something about heirs.
That same gypsy wagon is advertised for sale for $8000.00 on an Australian Model T club web site.
Kerry, has it been shipped Dunnunda?
I don't know what it's use was. It just reminded me of the gypsy wagons we saw in Spain in the 1960s. It could have been a chuck wagon, or an early roach coach. Wish I had taken pix of the interior.
I don't know, listed with 5 photo's still sitting on the same trailer as you posted and some one who calls himself Antonos Collectables, email contact and describes it as a 1917/18 era camper.
Link is here @ http://www.modeltfordclubnsw.org.au/cars-for-sale.html