Interesting how they mounted a metal rod along the side to keep the doors from flying open.
Sure looks like TT wheels on the rear axle.
Wouldn't be surprised if that rig didn't have an auxiliary transmission coupled directly to a TT rear end. Wheelbase looks about that length, and a heavy-duty slow speed drive train was certainly what was needed there!
The Sidney IA rodeo is still going strong. Dave
My guess is that they were just "clowning around"
But it is Interesting to think, as to how they thought of it.
looks like these guys!
How many wheelies do they get before the engine seizes due to lack of oil??
Bruce: with all of the other mods they probably converted that motor to full pressure oiling (oil pump)
It's a shame the way Ts, and other cars were treated when the were just old cars.