I know this isn't the right place for this but I didn't see anyplace better. I know nothing about Model Ts, I have As, but am looking to make a T panel delivery out of a good frame and a Babcock type body from Maine.
My question, in looking at pictures of Ts for sale sometimes there is a "pan" next to the engine on either side that goes between the block and the car frame, but sometimes you can see through to the ground. What is the difference
You might get a better response to your question if you post it in the FORUM instead of the CLASSIFIEDS For Sale section.
S Terry, They are called I believe engine pans and were put on at the factory when first built but most were removed sometime in their lifetime to make it easier to work on the engine. Jim
Terry Miller, your are correct, I just did that. Thanks.