A nice video...
I guess he says something like "benzin" (gas) and "thermosyphon",
but that's all I can understand...
Thank you for the link. That is Michael Gotesman from Tula, RUSSIA one of the poster from the forum. It looks like he was having fun with his T. Some additional information on him and his cars are at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/179374/217907.html?1308126470 and his profile is at: http://www.mtfca.com/cgi-bin/discus/board-profile.cgi?action=view_profile&profil e=migo-users
Model Ts truly were the universal car and are still located and enjoyed all over the world [ok, I donít think they are currently being used in Antarctica Ė but probably all the other continents. ]
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i was in antarctica, and I'm a t guy. Does that count?
That is an interesting steering wheel. Is it a Neville?
Are they being reproduced?
Whatever, wherever, I like the heater in the floorboard; more info?
Era option, good for an open car but questionable 4 a closed car (carbon monoxide ) ? No need here in CA., but interesting
Neat, notice the water pump and the six blade fan.
That's Michael Gotesman's car but it is not Michael in the video. Looks like some kind of professional reporter or car show host.
The car has an opening for a manifold heater but no manifold to feed the heater.
I don't know any brand names, but the common term is fat man steering wheel. I haven't seen one in any of the dealer catalogues.
The catalogs offer the swing up type in both brass and chrome and they're expensive...Used to see the slide up type at swap meets in the 70's, not so much now though, somebody offered me one of those years ago and I passed it by...stupid me...if I ever see one again I think I'll buy it.