Just getting a good start on my latest project. 1926 closed cab TT body mounted on a 24 T chassis with a 25 pickup box. Lot of changes to make to body mounts and other things.
OHHHH, keep up the progress pics on this one as well as details of what you had to do to make whatever fit. You might not be the only one looking to do this. I think this will look really good when done.
I might be a bit of an "era correct" almost a purist? But I have seen a few of these done this way before and they look darn good.
Progress pictures are always enjoyed!
When you're building something like that, it's a good time to stretch the frame and put in a Warford or such.
My grandson would eat that up. That's his idea of the Model T to have.
You couldn't buy one, but I have seen some of them made up. Looks like you are well equipped to handle the job. The trick is to have the fenders, running boards, and splash aprons all come together like they belong there. It's a bunch easier with a C-cab, a lot of them have been put on car chassis. The closed cab is a lot more comfortable. Looking good!
Jim, Any pictures or words of wisdom on your progress? Bill