If you want T parts It's here this year!
There is a T 4x4 in the orange field. T fenders everywhere. Wheels....I saw 2 complete sets of wire wheels with hubs! Wood Wheels must be a couple of 100 a c-cab body,bumpers,2 coil testers ($650) 1908 motor parts. Rain tonight...pretty tomorrow.
Stop on over at CG 74...have some T sheetmetal leftover from my restoration including (2) nice touring rear center panels, rocker panels, and a decent low hood.
Walked around a bit today in the Chocolate field, and I agree. Lots of T stuff. Lots of empty spots too! Hopefully it fills up tomorrow. Weather is going to be great tomorrow and Thursday.
Wish I was there. I need four good wood wheels.
The place filled up today. Had a lot of traffic in the orange field.
I saw 4 wood wheels with new demountable rims, all wood was new 20 years ago. 23" no hubs. Wheels have never been run. $200.00
for all 4! I might have to go get them.
Tomorrow is going to be THE day. Some rain expected on Friday so I'm expecting deals, deals, deals!
I got one of these today, NOS, never opened in the box for $95 up near the stadium.
Yesterday when I was buying freeze plugs (buffalo nickels) the fellow showed me a T era accessory kit for taking extra oil to the front of the engine. It's in the original box, with instructions. Obviously not for use, but for display. I told him I'd spread the word. Space RNB 20.
I wish that I had the time to attend. I need a good steering column for my '27 improved car. My existing column has a locking feature and a "fatman" steering wheel. The Fatman wheel uses a different pinion, and with the lock, I can't access the gears. I would like to make a wall decoration out of the Fatman wheel, and install factory steering gears and a stock wheel. As best as I can figure, the lock assembly will have to be removed with a cutoff wheel. Since I hate destroying old stuff, I would rather buy and replace the column.