My sister's Coupe is approaching the finish line. The new seat springs arrived from Snyder's so I felt it was time for a minor test run. It's been a 3 year project so far with only the roof, upholstery and some minor things left. I hope to finish by Christmas. Looks a great deal different than when I started in 2012. It proves that even an old amateur like me can succeed with the great help from the MTFCA and this forum. Harv
Nice work Harv. Keep it up. I like the whitewalls.
It is looking good! Thanks for showing the progress -- it helps encourage many of the rest of us.
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Great work Harv. Good luck and keep us updated. Thank you for posting.
Nice work! Bring it to town (Reno) and we'll go touring with you.
Harvey, this is off topic but when I saw your location I remembered it:
I have a leather cash bag from the Winnemucca State Bank & Trust Co. It belonged to my great uncle J.C. Gardner who taught music at the University in Pocatello, Idaho. I don't know how old it is, only that my great uncle passed away in 1969 and he had a four digit phone number inside the bag.
I keep thinking there will be some really neat use for it in the Model T but so far haven't found it.
Oh, and your car looks fantastic! You're moving along a lot faster than I am on mine.
Eric, That bank corporation dissolved in 1933 so the bag you have is definitely from the model T era. I'll bet you can find a use for it somewhere. Hope your car is coming along. Harv.
Beautiful car, you've done a great job.
What kind and color is the green body paint?
All the best, jb
wonderful, keep at it
James, I used a brand called Van Sickle, The color is medium green which is an older tractor color. I like this paint because I can buy the same color in a spray can to touch up any mistakes. My can of paint was old so I thinned it maybe more than it should have been, but it seemed to do ok. Thanks for the complement. Harv.
Very nice! You do make good time.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
I heard that it had to dissolve do to a bank robbery and the culprit was headed toward Idaho.
That's the rumor. Harv.
So THAT's where the money came from for all the band instruments! :D
Harvey, thanks for the info placing the maximum year on the bag.