I acquired a bunch of T stuff which had been in a attic of a barn for the past 50 years and these were with the parts. The axle has spring perch mounts which are similar to a T but the axle is wider between the spindle bolts. It is also built stouter than the T axle.
I believe the transmissions are possibly from a Durant??
Is this dash original Ford or is this after-market?
Some better pictures of the axle.
This medallion is 2 inches in diameter. Any idea what it was used for?
"This medallion is 2 inches in diameter. Any idea what it was used for?"
Ford Model A, center bumper clamp, beginning of production through April 1928. After April of '28 it just said Ford, no MADE IN U.S.A.
The medallion looks like a 1928 Model A front bumper center clamp.
The front axle is Overland. I'm guessing 1916-22. It is not a model 90.
Speedster guys like to use these axles in place of a stock model t, the spindles are off set and lower a model t.
Brass guy is right, it's an Overland axle. Some T guys use them to put Budd Overland wire wheels on their T's. I have one if anyone wants it, delivered to Bakersfield for nothing but your company and conversation at our spots. Tired of tripping over it.
The bumper clamp was also used on the Model T Bumpers on the sport touring in 26 & 27 and available at the Ford Dealerships as a dealer installed option.
Dash is a Stewart aftermarket for a 15 / 16 T . I have one in my 16. What do want for it $$. Don
My '26 Fordor came new with those medallion type bumper clamps. I believe the Model A version had a black painted background while the Model T style were all bright.
Erik, I would like the axle if not already spoken for. I will be at Bakersfield.
Are you interested in selling the bumper clamp?
Please email me if so.
Don, I sent you a PM
Brent I have sent you a couple messages to your AOL account, hope the last one made it through.