Love that pickup bed.
Cab is 25-6-7, pickup box ROUGH, the only diff in the cabs is the dash, which has 25 style switch, or 26-7 style switch, you have to change the dash to change yrs of switchs. DOORS are almost unavailable
Since a photo of the dash is not available and one can't see whether it uses the square switch plate used up to 1925 or the oval switch plate used in 1926-27, I couldn't say for sure, both a cab and bed in that condition, without doors, Isn't worth a grand to me.
John, You beat me to the 'post' key.
I'm not familiar with the truck configurations, but It has a battery post on the coil box, wouldn't that rule it out of being the later one?
well as said with out seeing the dash you cant date the cab I have 3 of these cabs and yes the doors are very hard to find here on the west coast I have a set for the 1926 TT my son and I are building then there are the frames they are different in 26/27 I just pick up a frame last week that is 1926/27 the odd thing is it has a frame extension made by ROWE that makes it a 1 1/2 or 2 ton and has dual leaves moves the rear axel back about 2 feet and adds 6 feet of length to the tt
I have a nice. Complete Chassis. Rolling.for that cab
The cab is definitely Ton truck. The box, I believe, is not. I don't know whether it is model T or model A, but I am fairly sure the box is for a car chassis. That combination can look really nice on a T chassis, but is not correct. The cab would be great for a TT, if you can find doors. The box looks pretty rough.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Wayne, you are correct about the box being the type that would be used on a roadster car. I believe it is a 1926 style as it has the pocket for the side boards at the cab. Later beds moved that pocket back a little to clear the cab (roadster cab not the truck cab)
Also the bed has the raised part on the side that a 26/27 rear fender would fit against. 1925 had a round piece of iron mounted against the bed to support the rear fender.
TT truck express beds were also wider and longer.
Thank you, Willie. I know that there were at least three variations of the roadster pickup model T box. There is a 1925 version, an early'26 version, and a late'26/'27 version. However, I do not know just what the differences are. I would suspect a fair amount of cross-over and overlap also. I believe some of them had the "Ford" script on the tailgate, and some did not. Again, I do not know which.
The model A used a very similar looking box from 1928 through 1930. The '31 was very different. I have seen model A boxes adapted to model Ts. It can look pretty good if well done (mostly remove the model A box riser from below the box, but issues mounting and fitting the fenders). As long as you don't mind people coming up to you to tell you it is a model A box.
I think the one in the Craigslist ad is a T box, but cannot see enough to be certain, or guess which one it is. Willie is probably right. I know that he knows more about them than I do.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2