I want to publicly thank "ED from California" for his generosity. Recently I mentioned on the Forum that a young neighbor had just acquired a "barn find" 1917 Model T, Smith Form-a-truck and, he needed a low hood. ED stepped up and offered one that perfectly matches the patina of the truck. He wants to make it mechanically sound and functional and retain the patina. He's currently in his 30's and a 1st generation farmer, working over 600 acres with a variety of plants, animals, hot houses, and a produce store, but, he is still making time to work on the T . Sorry, no pics. I'm betting when winter comes he'll make time to participate in the Forum. The FORUM has again contributed to the advancement of the Model T .
Thanks Ed for promoting the Model T hobby
Kudos to Ed!
Ed...Way to Go!
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Ed, great of you to help. Thanks for supporting new hobbyists.
Thanks, Ed. This is what it's all about.
Thanks for the recognition guys. Mike, I am glad the donated hood is just what the doctor ordered. Post a picture of the truck when you can.
The Bissell family are forum people. Are they the best also?????
Just reading what was said.
yes they are Willie - they're the best at stirrin' chit up!
Naw, we need Hugh Jass to come back for a while and stir the pot.
I would love to know who that really was working under that name.
Was Hugh Jass the infamous bituminous coal tar guy? haha
Sounds like a good name for one of Bart Simpson's prank calls to Moe's tavern:
Hint: Hugh lives in SoCalif.
Ah ha! Bill? Frank?
Mr Jass, will you please step forward? Or at least lend us some further unfailing wisdom dispensed in you own inimitable style. Maybe he lives in La Brea? Stirring the pot? Smells like a tar pot from here. We know what kind of tar too.
Forgot to say the most important part, Ed, you ROCK. Way to go and thank you.