We have revamped our website which includes prices on parts. While not everything is shown on the site, you are now able to download the entire catalog which also includes pricing.
should a put that in the first post
Thank you! Not just for the link but for years of support to our hobby.
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Thanks for the info, Tom. Beautifully clear photography on a great website. Excellent! You guys are great for the Model T hobby.
Nice website, Tom. I noticed that some of the Model T fenders show photos of rears, but are described as fronts, etc.
Thanks Tom for the update. It all looks great. My first Model T project was a Torpedo with your fenders and body! Do you still do complete early style bodies? I loved the look of your 1912 and 1913 projects built for display at the swapmeets. I would love a new 1913 Roadster body????
Thanks for looking and making us aware of the incorrect information. It all begins to look the same after looking so long at the screen. Please point out corrections when you see them, as more eyeballs helps us get it right. No early bodies being built at this time, but possibly later this year. Working on a 90H.P. Thomas Flyer currently and it needs to get done first. Thanks again for you help and support and as always we appreciate your business.
Tom do you have a GT11 gas tank for Torpedo that you could bring to Chickasha, If you do email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom I take it from your new listing of prices you no longer make Fenders #240,241,248,249,250,251,256,257,258,259,260,261. Or splash aprons #306, or hoods for the 10-11 torpedo? email@example.com
Do you make the hood shelves for 26-27 cars?
Brent, Sorry we don't. Someone does, but I'm not sure who it is.
Lang's carries them:
Thanks Tom & Mark!
Howells makes them (hood shelves)
Mr. Rootlieb, do you still have a non-digital catalog?
Peter, call us and we will be glad to send you one.