Looking for pictures or dimensions for building a depot hack style body super sized if you will to fit a tt chassis thanks
Saw this one at the Old Car Festival at Greenfield Village this fall. Not a Depot Hack, but close. Please excuse the meathead with his back to the camera.
What a fine looking delivery truck. I love it!
And this guys plans can adapt to the TT
John Meinholz in the Milwaukee, WI MTFCI Chapter also has a TT Depot Hack.
Sorry, I don't have a picture of it, but I've seen it and it's very nice.
A few years ago a couple of high school students built a TT depot hack adapted from Wagon Works plans as a class project. There was and article in the AACA magazine. I will post details as soon as I can find my magazine.
Thanks for the information so far!
Brian,I have most of the measurements for the cab.
My dad built this one back in 1973
Look's like the Huckster Wagon is a "crew cab".
I am building one on a TT chassis but with a real 1913 passenger car rear axle with Rocky Mountain Brakes and safety hubs with all Timken roller bearings and ball bearings. The engine is a fresh full pressure BBR Rajo with a lot of tricks built by the man who built the two up to down Winfield engine. It's the prize winning Chris Egsgaard hill climb engine. All new sheet metal and nothing but the best everywhere. A Laurel front end and a new Brassworks larger radiator that will cool a Chevy 350 and a Layne constant mesh three speed Warford. Yes it has five 30 by 3.50" Buffalo wire wheels and new tires. Wiondshield and extra top irons for the longer body. All lamps and accessories for a 1913 model T. Ill health and a lot of pain has slowed me down and at 81 years of age I am getting tired. Any one who is interested can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where are the pictures of a work in progress?
Work on progress TT Speedster Mountain Wagon. Note that the top tank is two inches wider than stock and that the six row core fills up the space. This will cool our BBR RAJO very well.