model T restoration videos made by forum guys.
Is there a list of videos you guys made that can be accessed somehow?
A friend asked me what MTFCA videos I had for him to borrow. I have a bunch but told him the forum had some really good ones too. Steve Jelf had some that helped d me out a lot.
Anyway, I think this has been asked before. Even if I did a search, what would bring up past threads with video links?
ok, I did do a video search which surprised me and many came up. Sorry I should have searched first and asked second! bob
MTFCA has dvd:s for sale showing repairs of various parts. Their repair manuals are also very valuable when out in the workshop - see the MTFCA Store link from the frontpage www.mtfca.com
The videos are good for an overview of the process and some hints on methods. For a handy reference while you're doing the work, you can't beat a book. The MTFCA books on The Engine, The Electrical System, The Transmission, etc. are among the first items a new Model T owner should buy.
Don't most usually get posted to You Tube? That it seems would give them the most/easiest viewing accessability. Personally I look there first.
Try this link from Bing.com it has helped me
Some of these videos are very helpful. A list of video links by subject on the MTFCA home page would be a nice idea. Anyone with time on their hands??
if anyone had a video of rewooding a 25 roadster or a 15 touring i would like to buy them or the tin work thanks bernie
Robert you have a great idea that's been brought up before.
Like you I think it would be great if all the T restoration videos or at least a video diary could be compiled in one location. It would be really helpful in restoring a T.
Years ago it would have been helpful when I started on my 1919 Runabout.
Over time and 2 other T's I have learned a lot by trial and error. Guys who have been around T's for many years get to the point of not really thinking about it so that may be part of the reason for not having a compiled section of videos and picture diaries. BUT it takes time and a little skill to do it and that's probably the biggest reason.
It would make a great addition to the MTFCA website. I am grateful for what we do have though.