Has anyone ever seen something like this?
Never!! It is fantastic!! Did you or your Dad make that Jason?
Way, Way, Way COOL! Basic necessity and gets the job done just don't let OSHA look at it! BTW I love the simplicity of the machine.
Several years ago there was a thread on the forum regarding tools and other items made from model T parts. I don't remember seeing anything like this at that time.
I wonder if that can be found.
I think Stan Howe had something pretty neat at that time.
From what I was told it was made in Midland Ontario during the twenties, a factory built piece.
That's the coolest Model T thingy I've ever seen.
Oh wow!!!! If I could get that from Kansas City to Massachusetts, I'd be grabbing that!!
Here's one that a friend found at a swap meet, made of T parts. He has it on display on the porch.
Top end of this band saw. Adjustment for band tightness.
The wheel felloes are lined with wood and leather segments to hold the saw blade turning true. Iron wheel is for the belt to turn the saw. Pretty neat old time creativeness!
On the rig that Wes posted, those guards could easily be replaced by a set of radiator shells that are beyond saving for a vehicle.
OH MY GOD!!! That is one of the neatest things I have seen yet!! That would definitely be the corner stone of any Model T'ers woodshop--I know it would be in mine if I had one.
That wood bandsaw is gorgeous. What a piece it would be to have in a workshop!