Looking for model t mechanic in the Columbia s.c. Area, thanks
Smith & Jones are in Lexington (you probably already knew that but if not) they may be able to help you
Yes, I agree with Gary that Smith & Jones would be excellent folks to contact. Also have you contacted the South Carolian Model T Ford Club? Their contact information is at: http://www.scmodeltford.org/ scroll down to the lower left "Contact" link.
You might also want to include what type of work you want done. You posted another note today at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/599638/627201.html?1459007305#POST824312 where you said, “1914 runs good on battery, but rough on mag.” And back in May of 2015 you where asking about how to remove the engine at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/506218/545732.html?1433092929 .
So depending on if you are looking for someone to help you with a minor job (front wheel bearings are normally quick and easy) or someone to rebuild you engine with new pistons, valves, babbitt, etc. you will have more folks that can help with some jobs than with others.
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Rfbuff--Fayetteville NC. is not too far from Columbia. Clyde Minges has a full time business in Model T. Clyde grew up with t's and knows more than about any book you could read. When in need, all are members in the HCCA go to Clyde. He can be reached by phone--919.323.5043--or EMAILemail@example.com
Best wishes, Dick C.
Rtbuff, I'm not sure what you're looking for. If it's minor or you need help with something smaller or having running issues, I'm working in Columbia this week and can help you out.
Send a Private message if you're interested.