Well I guess the car wasn't....... working.
They guy with the wheelbarrow has stuck his hat between the folds of the top, there is a driver in the car and a luggage rack on the T in front of it. Wonder how they got it up on the wheelbarrow in in the first place.
My my late Dad, a wheelbarrow was an Irish baby buggy.
Do he lost his babbitt rings in the rear axle?
Nice early T's. There is a pumpkin in the wheelbarrow.
With 5 guys working on the job they had plenty for two on each side to pick up the car the rear end and the wheel borrow driver to set it in place.
Either the transmission locked up, or the rear differential locked up. In either case the car could not be moved in neutral. I had a similar case when the low drum exploded. I had to use a floor jack under one side just to get it up onto the trailer to haul home. Another way to get it to move if you can get one rear wheel off, would be to remove the axle key and put the nut back on loosely with the cotter pin so that you could roll the car. At least he is in the right place to have it fixed.
That's what I was thinking, Norm. I guess there was no floor jack handy, but the photo does well illustrate the essence of owning a T, that being improvise!
It looks like a tow rope/chain between the two cars, is that how they are going to move it?
I think it has already been towed. It just got to the garage and is being put up on the wheelbarrow to be worked on.
Ricks, My dad always call them an Irishman's Chariot.
Is that the double rear fender supports?
Ken in Texas
Hey it's a "fifth wheel"!
Notice how they properly supported the rear axle on each side of the pumpkin.