I am the owner of the 1909 model T for sale and would love for some knowledge on what is true to be correct on my T. If you need any specific pictures just ask. Thanks Joe
If you can post the pictures here you will find there is no lack of knowledge, and discussions will ensue. Plus it's just nice to see early Thursday pics!
The car is a 1910, The front and rear axle, drive shaft, oil pan, trans cover, engine block, head, hand crank ratchet, frame with running board brackets and cross members fender brackets front and rear, break rods with ends, springs front and rear are all correct for a 1910. The shackles, front timing cover are not 1910. The rear wheels are 1910 and the front wheels are from a later year T. The fenders front and rear are correct for 1910 missing are the running boards. The body is 1910 with three bolts holding the body to frame bracket on the front location. The top bows and Irons are 1910. It is missing the front brackets which hold the front two bows in its correct location. The hood is correct along with the fire wall former. The steering column and wheel is 1910. The buggy rail is 1910 but missing the two brackets which hold the top saddles. I can go on and on it is a 1910 and many of the 1910 features are the same as 1909 after serial no. 2500. Steve
Pleasure to talk with you and glad you started this thread !
Post some pictures Joe, you will be amazed at the response you will get.