My Dad was trained as a cabinet maker in the late 30’s. In the 60’s he started restoring Model T’s. In the 70’s or 80’s he built a Depot Hack from plans he drew based on others he had seen. I have those plans and would love to have the car he built to share with his grandsons. I recall he said there was a plate on the firewall “Body by Harrington” He was especially proud of the double curved roof. The car was last in NJ.
In 1998, he gave his 1921 Touring car to me and my husband. We have done many tours with it and have been active in the South Carolina MTFC. We just completed an overhaul / re-restoration of that car.
There are 2 grandsons interested in the car we have. I would like to be able to give each of them a car from Pop. Can you help me find his car? Thanks
Hi Susan, The Depot Hack looks like a '15 judging by the brass on the lights, etc. It would help if you know the engine number to help identify it?
Very nice Depot Hack. Beautiful wood work, something to be very proud of. I wish you the best of luck with your search.
Hi Susan. Good luck with finding your fathers Hack and I hope you do. FWIW, my wife and I were members of the SCMTFCA. Great folks. Dick Chambers came to our house in Aiken to give a tutorial
That one should be easy to find, it's outstanding. Dave in Bellingham, WA