Does anyone have a Depot Hack body they want to sell? I realize I can order a new one (--and wait 2-3 months) but before I do, if someone has one or knows of one for sale, please let me know.
I have 2 new speedster body's, for sale with cowls Bob
Brent: For what is is worth Pleasantvill e Manufacturing in Dewittville, New York about a Depot Hack Body. I ordered one from them and so happens they had just fin9ished it and it was crated and shipped to California. I hAD TO TAKE A TRAILER AND DRIVE ABOUT 60 MILES TO PICK IT UP.
The crate was to big and could not be delivered to my door.
The one they make is out of Red Oak and spar varnish and looks great.
I understand that Pleasantville Manufacturing went out of business.
May be different owners but same company(?), they have ads here and on ebay.
What about Dan Hatch's pie wagon body would that do? Best part he doesn't live to far from you.
(Message edited by Jtt3 on May 14, 2017)
Email sent, Brent let me know. Dan
Look at this I am not connected...
Thanks everyone. To fill in the blanks on this, I already have a "2 seater" vehicle, ...and now I am wanting to pull this Express body off the chassis and install a Hack body where I can haul more people. I guess I can always build another seat and install a post roof, but then again, the construction between the two is just not the same.
Call Phil Eyre in Michigan(my dad). He is parting one out with a pretty decent well constructed three seat body with a roof. Old construction probably in the 60's. His phone number in 269-964-9248
Thanks Mark! Does it help me, -or hurt me if I name drop my good friend Gord Koll to your dad??
Good for sure.
By D. R. Currier on Monday, May 29, 2017 - 08:48 pm:
Why not just add a buckboard wagon seat in the bed
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