C Cab for sale as pictured. Some additional parts included for free. Note dog not included
Dan, where are you located and what is the price ...
No dog ?
Why EVERY C CAB I have ever seen advertised has had a free dog w/ purchase .....
Sorry, forgot to mention, located in Dallas, TX. Asking $500
PM sent call anytime...
I think I need it. Anyone have an idea as to what year it is?
Will, it is most definitely a 1924 model year most likely made in late 1923 when the model year started or early into 1924. That cab has the notches on the tops of the "C"'s which tells that it had a low roof. Another indicator of just how early it is would be the front frame mounts. The very early cabs had single hole mounts which were replaced by two hole mounts. Unfortunately the exact times of the changes aren't well documented.
This cab actually looks to be a very nice one. It looks to have minimal rust out and if the other door looks as good as the driver's side, the price is very good. The back panel can be purchase from Howell's (just order it about 6 months ahead of time!) Also, as you may already know, the windshield and stanchions are wrong.
(Message edited by JunkyJud on December 23, 2016)
If the rear window panel was intact, it also would be an indicator as 1924 has a rear window used one year only, according to the Model T Glass booklet.
Are the fenders, door and other sheetmetal inside the cab included?
Seems the biggest give away is the fold down windshield, unless it has been replaced with the earlier style sometime in the past
The red fenders and gray door sitting inside it do not fit that cab. I don't know if he is selling them with it or not, but they do have value of their own and would be of interest to many people, including me!
Sold! Thank you
No, Thank you! I can't wait to pick it up I'm very excited.
can anyone ID the fenders or doors from this pic? I'm sure more of the door needs to be seen but thought it was worth asking anyways.
How about windshield stanchions. What year would they be?
Good buy on a great project... Tim
Is this for sale still or just wasting people's time by asking questions ???
Just wasting your time Brass TT sorry to bother you by asking for some help...
Hey Will!! Wish I could answer your questions but I am not sufficiently well informed. Don't be discouraged by occasional negativity here; most folks are really helpful. Posting your questions on the forum side may get better results. Good luck with the project!
will you did real good I like it all bernie