I had a terrible time passing Think they thought we were racing.
Your corn is still green. Ours is brown now. You must plant later.
Congrats Dean, have always loved that 1/2 moon styled cab, hope it brings you tons of fun in the future.
Are those fenders on that buggy? They sure aren't Pennsylvania Amish.
Nice truck by the way. I put some more pictures of the roof up on the other topic. Let me know if you need anything else.
Is that Aviation or irrigation on the side?
Justin On some of the larger buggies they have Break drums Hydraulic I think.
It took me about an Hour to go 17 miles 27.1 was my top speed.
Truck is licensed as 1921. Early frame and rear end, Auxiliary transmission. The firewall is a metal 23 low radiator& Water pump.
I have a 26-7 frame which has the correct body mounts and a Ruxtell (sp) will transfer the cab to it. Also have a line on an express box I hope to get. The hood was removed for the trip home.
Thanks again for the pictures.
I could use pictures of set & back springs. and details under the seat.
David I will have to look.
Dean, you must be confused, you like to drive all over the country and that TT will take you forever to travel anywhere.
Willie, TT's like tractor conversions are my Work horses. Cars will continue to be my vacation vehicles.
Nice Truck! And it looks like a great area for driving Ts.
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Dear - That's a very nice TT C Cab. Are you going to leave the cab, etc., unrestored & as found? Just wondering.....
If it were mine, I would leave it as is. It is beautiful. Ready to work.
Nothing quite like a slow-poke TT! Cool truck
Love that truck Dean !! If you're going to look around for a correct upper windshield frame and end up with two - please keep me in mind. . . george
she's a honey!
Keath, With parts I have this truck will multiply.
The C cab will go on this frame that has the correct body mounts. With a Ruckstell and the wheels. The early frame will get solid rubber rear wheels & 30x3 1/2 front. body,???
I will place new wood in the top of the C cab.