Oakwood body with removable rear bench seat
Carter down draft carb. BB-1
1926 engine full pressure
"Wheeler" cutout exhaust system
Rocky Mountain brakes big drum
Buffalo wire wheels
Leather diamond tuffed seats
E&J brass lamps
It's a beautiful machine Bill
J you should add it to your collection!
Open to offers
No kidding! What financing options are available? haha
j. there are lots. I sent you an email.
Those that might be interested in this car, it could be transported to the mid west the first of Aug.
The car is located in Southern CA.
Wow, looks like a real runner and would be lots of fun on a long tour.
wasn't this T for sale last year on e-bay??
RJ yes it was. ebay took it off listing because the listing did not meet guide line format?
To the left of the carburetor in Your engine photo is what appears to be a propane gas regulator, I am new to the form and am curious about what it is used for. Wonder if any one on the form is using propane fuel for their T's seems like it might be a good way to go with all the alcohol and other ingredients in Today's gasoline.
Truly a nice car bill
No not using any propane in this T.
When you sell your hack you can buy this! Your wife would like you for that move.
Thank you for posting this,I needed to see a tailgate chain and latch setup and this provided me with what i needed.
And yep,if I won the lottery,I would drive out there and pick this 1 up! nice rig!