I purchased the truck from the late Brad Zimmerman. It needed to be put back together. upholstery next.
My two favorite T's are 1915-16 touring and 1925 pickup.
I have a 16 touring but currently I'll just have to just lust after a 25 pickup.
Nice to see another real '25 pickup. I'm up to about 110 now in existence. A fun and relatively rare vehicle to own. When I was younger, I always wondered why I never had seen one, but now they seem to be everywhere.
This 25 must be one of the earlier ones built. It has a no name tailgate. I am pretty stoked finally getting it in operational condition. The engine is not original but is a 25. Mechanically it is in great condition. The wheels need to be rebuilt,and it could use some paint,upholstery,and top. I would also like to install the AC type brakes. Most all of the parts were there including the original windshields. It had the body wood replaced and the chassis had been cleaned and painted before I purchased it. It appears that the work had been done a long time ago. The metal is in very good condition. Due to the extra springs, it does have a stiffer ride than other roadsters. I sure do love to drive it.:D
You really need to slow down when you go over railroad tracks with that 9 leaf spring.