Have an older gentleman that needs the steering column on his 1914 restored and I do not have time to do it. He removed it and now is looking for someone to restore it for him. Who will do this?
He is not computer literate so let me know.
look at his profile, Tulsa Oklahoma.
He is south of Tulsa, Okla. I can ship for him.
What needs to be done?
It also is important to be specific in what "restored" means. Restored to me is new automotive paint/body work on the column, new bushings, new shaft if needed, gears, polished and lacquered brass, correct plating on the levers, and put back together without scratching it all. To others, "restored" means sandblasted and painted with a rattle can.
I would check with Mike Bender, he is in Tulsa.
Warren -- If Mike Bender is too busy, I could do it if you or he can get it to Fayetteville. It's just a 2-hour drive from Tulsa. email@example.com 479-790-4229
I am way to busy right now. Get with Mike Walker he is good at this sort of thing.
still looking for someone to completely rebuild the column. he wants it restored to mint.
Julius Neunhoffer, Kerrville, Tx
Warren, Mike Walker above would be a good (and fairly close) person to do it for you.
I second the Mike Walker motion. He is an excellent total Model T or component restorer and both his parents were married at the time of his birth.
But not to each other.
I agree with George. FWIIW, I would have no problem letting Mike restore any of my T's or T sub assemblies despite his parents marital status!