Very nice parts book pages,thanks for showing them. I would love to order at those prices today.
I'd be happy to just have that price list!
Those are great Constantine. I enjoyed seeing the "Mosler" plug ad. They are particularly nice plugs with their protective jacket.
Great pages from an old catalog. I know Lang’s has some NOS items (see: https://www.modeltford.com/model-t-parts/specials/ and within the last month they had many of the NOS items that were discussed on the thread at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/506218/537190.html also listed for sale.) I believe many of the vendors have several NOS items that if you ask are for sale. But with a single item, they often will not put it on the website or in a catalog. And of course they also often have used parts, that if you ask they may have.
Again, thank you for posting the pages. More pages like that are always welcome.
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I think Jay in No Cal has them all now.
They might have them but I'll bet the prices listed in the ads are history!
Chaffin's still has many small NOS parts in stock but all of the NOS transmission parts are gone. I have a huge collection of NOS Model T parts in my museum. Everything from transmission drums, gears. Rear Axles and Axle Gears to a 16 Lobe NOS camshaft for the Model T V8. All are welcome to come by and visit.
Model T V8? Please explain?
Rob, this might help you
Love the brass honeycomb radiator. Wonder if they cool better than flat tube? Maybe BrassWorks can make these?
Rob. The Ford Dealer in San Bernardino manufactured a V8 engine for the Model T. It used a standard Model T crank so it had two narrow rods on each through. The camshaft had 16 lobes. The pistons were smaller in diameter so I am doughtful it had much more power than a Model T but it ran. I think they made about six engines before Ford shut them down with a threat of closing their dealership. I have heard that there are at least two examples left and Snyder's has one of them. I found the NOS V8 camshaft at an estate sale in San Bernardino. I believe there is an article in the Vintage Ford about the V8.