Time to make some room in the shop for the winter projects, 4 T engines to rebuild, 2 Touring cars to work on and a Buick that needs final assembly. Always good to get together with a few friends and work on our projects. Sure beats sitting on the couch all winter watching the relentless commercials on TV.
Is that a tractor conversion?
I'm NEVER ready for winter! Buuuttt....I do have my engine in to Joe Bell for a rebuild and am working on further restoration of my '12 to help get me through the crappy Ohio winter.
Did someone say "tractor conversion"??!!!
Looks like a power unit built on a TT frame. You would'nt be looking to part with that, would you Jim? Give you a little more room in your garage!
You guys don't miss a thing...it's a TT frame with some period cast iron wheels. That engine is going in my " Touring Turd" (long story on that car). Have another tired engine going back in that frame with a PTO setup. Really don't want to sell it ....but will trade for a hit and miss. I'm fine with trading stuff for more things I really don't need.
Sadly, I have nothing to trade - BUT, if you reconsider and are willing to sell, send me a PM. Am all about rigs like that.
If the guy that posted the picture had any sense he'd get rid of that homely looking Buick and free up some space in his garage.
Getting ready for winter!!!! Had the gutters cleaned on the barn, replaced all outside light bulbs, cleaned the driveway drains. Then as my furnace is a used motor oil unit I laid in 1100 gallons of used motor oil, courtesy of my wife's Subaru stores(gotta love heating for free). Also cleaned the burner and got it up and running for a trouble free heating season. Changed the oil in my air compressor and replaced the air filter.
Got the projects all lined up for the winter restoration season. Finish my 1912 Torpedo. Then get back to and finish my 1928 4 cylinder sprint car. I want to take it to Lincoln next June.
That's my calendar