We have your apple, your cherry, your gooseberry, your crabapple. We have your rubarb, your lemon, your meat pies, we have your......
Considering the size of the drivers door,the driver must not be guilty of eating up the profits!
Nice rig.I am assumeing that is a TT chassis?
That was funny Mack. Even with the fatman wheel up you still have to suck the gut in to get in from the drivers door. Much easier to just get in the rider side. The oldman said it is on a car chassis. The weight of the body makes the rear spring squat a bit, but it sits level and rides like a dream.
Did you see the flip down sun visor?
The fenders have paint chipped off in a couple places where some dumb _ss little kid would throw his bicycle in the garage. Hum, I wonder who that could have been?
The body is an exact copy of the orginal body. He had a cabinet builder remake from the rotting body.
Great looking T. I've probably got the remedy for indigestion
Nice machine Ty. I can't believe I've never seen a picture of I until now!
of "it", not "I" - time for coffee, I guess...
This 1922 and era pic are in Spaan's Bakery in Galt, Calif, near Stockton.
I once saw a pie truck that read "Miracle Pies" and across the bottem was the slogan "If it tastes great, you know its a miracle!"
Mack/Tyrone - What a sweet little truck! By the looks of the rear spring, I'm sure it is a car chassis. Can't decide if it needs rear fenders to finish it off or not. I kinda' like the look of it as it is.
What a neat pie wagon! Tyrone, you've got all the toys. Something like that would make a neat little camp-wagon, although it may tend to draw a crowd at a camp ground.
And here I am making a lemon merengue pie (my favorite)
These guys have pies and turnovers
Maybe it's an upside-down cake.
Hey that truck has got one of those oil pan trusses on it. Sorry about the hijack.
Wonder how many leaves are in that front spring?
It's a TT
How did a TT get up enough speed to roll over? Must have been a big hill it was running down!
Maybe it fell off a cliff?
Ned,I don't have a TT but I thought they used the same front spring. I've seen an extra leaf added on a few,but not that many.
TT has extra springs - 9 to a cars 7 I believe.
Looks like it had a few rolls and some flatbread in there too.
At least they make sure that the ingredients are well mixed before it gets to the customer.
All joking aside on the old photos the new photos from Tyrone, Colin, and Ralph show several beautifully restored trucks that the owners can be proud of.