Loaded a few pics of this 27. I havent got this down yet. Thanks for all the good ideas and opinions. I really appreciate the knowledge on this site and Just wanted u to see what you could of the T I bought. Some warm day I will post pics of my 26... don't laugh at the 26 she is a orphan in a million pieces but someone has to get her going again and with all of you guys help it will run again.Tim Tim sorry I couldn't get them all on. Tim
Where is Ringgold, Ca. I do not see it on the Atlas Map
Oh and by the way that is one sharp "T"
Bill, that's GA, not CA. It's near the Tennessee state line, south of Chattanooga.
Very nice car even if all the driving bits are on the wrong side! :-).
Enjoy driving it.
Notice the Lang's or Snyders parts catalogue on the front seat? Agreed, nice looking T except for the steering wheel is on the wrong side
Alan in Western Australia
Very nice Runabout. When are you ditchin' the water pump ???
George, I will be taking it off this weekend. I have read on this site for 3 years even before I was a member and I don't see any reason to have a pump on these cars. It has a new radiator and engine. I will hang it on the wall and look at it!! Tim
Tim, you might want to keep the pump in your tool box. When you park on an incline they make a good wheel chock.
Just a question, is the timer loom supposed to go around the front of the upper radiator pipe like that? Seems like it's more susceptible to damage there.
David the harness is not in the right place and I ordered the right clips to get the harness buckled up properly. Also pulling the pump this weekend. Robert that pump will b a wheel chock for sure. I really can't see why they added it but it has a new radiator so the pump must have been the other owners idea of extra protection.seems pointless to me though. I think these cars should be as close as they can to how they looked back in the day. Thanks Tim
Thanks Tim, I wondered, as my '26 is missing the wiring, so someday I will have to rewire it.
Very nice car. Glad to hear you are getting rid of the water pump. You should straighten that one headlight lens too. It's usually easy to do, just press against the rim while turning counter clockwise to unlock it, line up the lens with the rim and hold both together as you twist it back on.