Looking to get a set of plans on a 1923 huckster model t wood kit. Hopeful for help on this family project.
When you phone, ask for Jay.
Dan has pointed you to the right person. Jay Cramer of Wagon Works has been selling some excellent depot hack plans since 1999 when they took over the business from the previous owners. His York 803 Suburban depot hack was heavily researched and is a very close replica of the original. His plans are set up for the 1909-25 chassis although they can be modified by the purchaser to work with the “improved car” chassis. You should be able to contact him through a Private Message – go to his forum profile at: http://modelt.org/cgi-bin/discus/board-profile.pl?action=view_profile&profile=ja ycramer-users to do that. I do not like to post other peoples e-mail address etc. but you can see that information at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/179374/181669.html
I would also recommend check out the thread at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/331880/385343.html?1377861982 where they discuss Jay's Suburban Depot Hack Plans. Also how to get a little extra room for the driver.
Finally be sure to measure the height of your garage door. A 1/2 inch can sometimes make the difference between it fits easily or it doesn't fit.
Good luck with your project. And a long long time ago I used to fly light airplanes out of Apple Valley Airport. The high desert is great for old car parts -- very little moisture to cause rust etc.
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