A few different ones and quite a few of each. Thanks to Tim Morsher for sending me some diagrams to compare colors... they appear to be colored correct. All are new and in great condition.
I have: (numbers from Lang's)
5030, 5031B and 5042 all at $10.00 + shipping
5031 and 5041 at $15.00 + shipping
5041E at $20.00 + shipping
HI DAVE, I'D LIKE TO BUY A 5030. HOW DO I DO IT? THANKS PAUL
Is 5030 & 5042 still available? If so I will like them. Thanks
Sent you a PM Paul.
$20 with shipping to OR.
PM me with your info, I prefer a check payment.
About $30 for the two shipped to NC
I need one for a 1912
Let me know if you have one
Jim Bowery Wellsburg WV
Is 5031-B and 5041-E still available? If so I will take them
Joe K, I will need some part numbers for what 12 harnesses you're looking for. Thanks
James, yes, both available. PM me your info, check payment preferred. Thanks
FWIW, Most numbers I listed, I have around 50 pieces. Just PM me with what you need and where to ship. Be patient, I'm not retired like some of you...lol
I will post when I get low (which may not be long at this rate!)
I think it would be nice to know who the company is that made them. I've seen some inferior looms over the years.
Larry, sorry I can't answer that.
My dad bought them over 20 years ago and he has been gone for 15....
I will say that they look to be top quality. I sold a couple sets and shipped already, before this ad. Maybe we can get some feedback ?
I got one, nice heavy wires, color coding matched prints, nicely crafted, heavy loom. No aluminum ford tag on mine, but I mentioned to Dave he may want to check his bigger ones. I’m picky but very pleased. Thanks to his dad for saving these for the future. Hope this helps, t
I need a kit for 1914 (Model 5030)
Pm sent thank you
I need one for a 25 if you still have any
I have plenty John...
PM me with a part number. Thanks
I need 2 5030 thanks paul
Paul, send me a PM.
I have plenty.
FYI, I received several checks today.
Rather than email everyone, just putting it here.
The wife is depositing the checks today and hopefully they'll clear Monday and I will mail everything out then.
I will send you a tracking number then.
As more checks come, I will wait until I have several to make less trips to the PO for my wife.
Thank you all for the responses and mom thanks you too !!
(This stuff is all being sold to help with her health care)
Thanks MTFCA forum !
I have LOTS more...
For the folks wanting a Ford script loom, we’ve made the little “Ford” tags from a aluminum can. Take a small ford wrench with the small script a couple pieces of leather and a tab of aluminum cut from the can, put these into vise and squeeze it down you may have to do this a few times to get it as clear as you want it. But most every T I’ve owned had a script wiring harness, after you get it pressed out, now cut out to shape with pointed ends find the wrap seams in the loom and insert the pointed ends under the wrap flatten it out and put a drop of super glue on each end you stick under the wrap and your done... 95% of the folks looking at it will never know the difference..!
A lot still available...
I would like 5031, 5042, 5038, and 5029 let me know what you have.
I have 5031 & 5042, not the other two. PM me and I can give you a price with shipping.
Received my harnesses and they look great
Received our harnesses and they also look great.
Thank You Dave.
Take harness for 25. Sent PM Thanks
Sent you a message back Warren... thanks !
Received wiring today. Beautiful. Thanks for the great transaction Dave.
Thanks David, Terry & Sharon and Dave !
Glad you're pleased.
Still have nearly 80 of each number...
5031B I have about 30 left, 5030, 5031, 5041, 41E and 5042 all about 80 of each.
Found an interesting letter from Doug McIntosh to Jim Cook from around the corner from me. I gather Jim was making these harnesses and was intending to sell them to Mac's... The deal must have fell through and my dad ended up with them.
Jim had a couple Ts at one time, but was mainly an Indian MC guy. He also made rubber battery cases for different old batteries and molded other rubber parts like floorboard pads etc. He and his wife passed away recently and the house, huge red barn (machine shop), has all been torn down and the property sold to a developer...
Back when people actually use a pen and paper...
Jim's Printing tells me he must of had an engineering or drafting background?
Erick, actually Jim did have an engineering background, he worked for Goodyear, I believe. (My grandfather worked at Goodrich, most everyone around here from the old days worked at the rubber factories).
But the letter is TO Jim from Doug McIntosh...
I used to work on Jim and his grandkids' car, but the kids all moved away.
At one time, Jim had over a dozen Indian bikes and a bunch of scooters.
After his wife died I revived a 64 Falcon convertible that had been sitting for about 10 years, for his son in law.