Finished moving to Vermont and the last T is home.
Just the thing to haul firewood for those Vermont winters.
Now you need to get a Model T Snowbird, if you don't already have one!
Your just an hour from me, welcome to the forum.
You are only an hour or a tad less than that from me. A couple of the above posts mentioned our New England winters. Welcome to the land of God's Chosen Frozen.
A very nice express body on that pickup. Is that a Martin-Perry?
What is your other T? Give a shout if you need a hand with anything. Bill
Thank you for all the replies the body is not marked but looks a lot like the one on the forum last week. I have not had time to work on the T's for a long time but now will make time. Bill
Hope to see you at hemmings cruise night next summer, very close in Bennington. Also check out the hemmings filling station and mini museum before they close it up in oct.
If you need help I have Sundays off and will need something to do during winter, you will get lots done when its snowing all the time!
"you will get lots done when its snowing all the time!"
Umm, er, ah, well , yes. When you are not plowing the driveway, shoveling the walks and pathways, bringing in firewood, shoveling snow off the roof to avoid collapse, and trying to catch your breath.
How many T's do you have?
Welcome to the forum! I’m hoping to one day figure out where to retire – but that is still a little ways off in the future. Looks like you have some great Ts to work on and enjoy. And it looks like it is tagged and licensed. You probably are up to speed on the Model T safety issues, but if you want to take a quick look at some known issues please see the posting on safety at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/506218/541535.html By Hap Tucker in Sumter SC on Friday, May 15, 2015 - 09:23 pm: The Ts are safe to use but just like you should not run up behind a horse there are some things you should not do with a T either. That same thread has some excellent book recommendations in it by Steve Jelf.
Again welcome to the forum.
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Hap thank you for the link. The truck has its tag from when it was last registered in 1973 and I have found that like they say about Lay's Potato Chips
you can't own one Model T I have collected or been adopted by 6 of them and all their spare parts Bill