It's definitely robust.
Wonder where he put the gas tank? I know he thinks that wood is going to make the seat box a solid unit, but my guess it'll loosen up fairly quickly once (it ever) it gets running and squeak something awful and wobble a bit too. You'd think he would of studied up on Model T's a bit first before starting a project like this...I know I would've.
Martin I agree with everything you are saying,I'm surprised there has been no comments from our other colleagues regarding the modern screws and nuts and bolts he is using.The main thing is he's a trier and the world loves a trier.
I hear what you're saying but you must agree that based on what he had to start with and what he's been able to do Is fantastic. He's making the body parts that he needs out of regular sheet metal. I know I can't do it, wish I could. Just the opportunity to see one more t model that's not being left to rot & get back together and on the street is great. This person has other videos and appears to be a solid fabricator & body man. I wish I could have seen the final outcome. He has 27 videos on the restoration but I could not find the completion video
Well I did find the last video with sad news contained in it and it was #27. Apparently the owner of the t model that was having this gentleman restore the roadster had a stroke and then was sent to a nursing home and at that point there's been no further work done on the vehicle but with hope perhaps later down the road She will get better and there will be a completion but I'm not sure. I can't find the date of the last video but l can tell you the last words on it "Please pray for Shirley."
For sure this lady has my prayers let's hope she has a speedy recovery.