http://www.ebay.com/itm/1918-1919-1920-1921-1922-1923-924-1925-1926-1927-model-t -emco-cut-out-rare-ford-/121836722754?hash=item1c5e08da42:g:l0MAAOSwxN5WaOy9&vxp =mtr
Ahhh, what's it supposed to do other than weigh your tail pipe down?
Yea I saw that tonight too - what's it do?
Either a straight through to by pass the muffler or a jake brake like on trucks??
I wouldn't think it was an exhaust brake as they are commonly used only on trucks with Diesel engines, and Model T or TT's didn't go fast enough to need an exhaust brake.
It is a muffler with built in cutout.
Doesn't look very correct.
Good Lord! I agree with you Dave!
I like it but I would need 2 of them on the Speedster project since Im thinking of using the cast iron dual exhaust manifold ...
That's the Taber muffler and cut-out combo. Rarely seen, as expensive in the day at 1919 dollars of $4.75 (cut-out version), today in 2015 that price tag would be about $65 for this muffler.
Here is adv. for the non-cutout style of this cast iron muffler for the Ford. Heavy casting with strong mounting brackets to the frame holes for the regular iron cap ends muffler.
I'll bet a backfire wouldn't blow that one apart! Dave
I would have that on my car in a heart beat! Cool!
i got one of those i am saving for my form a truck.charley
I may have to reconsider the dual exhaust. This would look so cool peeking out from below the speedster. But it may screw up my power to weight ratio thing ... Oh well we can't have it all .
Hey Donnie. Just think, that would sure add a bit of weight over that right rear wheel to help keep down the wheel spin on take off!! Dave