You picked a fine time to leave me, loose wheel...
Working on a T in white pants - not a good plan!
Looks like they had a rock grey tapex to wheel to balance it. Must not have worked.
Looks like a broken king-pin. Part of it is still in the axle.
Good eye Rich. I'm not sure why the spindle bolt would break there. I guess they are tourists not concerned with car washing. The stickers on the windshield show where they have been. The top needs some tacking. A right hand drive or flipped negative.
A great scene with lots to speculate about.
i think it is filpped look at the man on the right his belt is going the wrong way. charley
Here's the same photo flipped around.
Doesn't the belt depend if you are right handed or left handed???
Maybe they are doing the other side just in case?
Yes, I run my belt from right to left. I am naturally left handed, but use either hand for many tasks.
belt could go left or right, if we had shirt buttens they always go the same way. can you do more with the tag that would tell for sure. charley
Watch is on right wrist in the top photo and on the left in the other.
The picture is flipped because in the second picture you can see part of the name Ford on the radiator. That bolt might be the tie rod end bolt, but I don't know where the spindle bolt is. I also don't know why they are trying to remove the nut on the wheel bearing if the problem is in the spindle bolt?
I think she's checking out his a**!!!
Looks like the second picture is correct. Not only is the T now left hand drive, but I can also make out what looks to be DE 23 on the license plate. Neat picture, thanks for posting.
I'm not sure Marty - could be she's eyeballing the crap he just got on his white britches or she's wondering just how long that little jack is going to stay put !
Great photo, none the less !
Bummer! Probably spurious parts!
Man's belt starts to the left, woman's to the right. Momma told me...gotta be correct. LOL
Further proof the original pic was reversed: in the second image you can make out parts of a seven and two fours on the license plate.
Notice the position of the left foot of the person on the left. Extremely pigeon toed.
A watch is worn on your left arm, if you are right handed.
First picture is flipped. If you zoom in on license plate, you can see numbers are reversed.
I like Tim Rogers comment the best!!!!