Got the Frankenford ready for a 90 mile trip to the Standish Model T car show.
Jim, and here I thought you're loaded up and ready to go to Montana for the National Joint Club Tour!!!!
Well, I hope you have a good time in Standish anyway.
Glad to hear the rear axle rebuild went as planned. Good to see it outside Jim. I found my short in the generator. Screw heads were touching rear cover. Switched to flat screws like you told me. Now its put it together and test it. Have fun Jim,its been a long time coming on Frankenford.
Love your frankenT
I know Henry never made a truck (pickup)like yours,, but he should have...!
I for one love it.....Carl..
It was good to see Jim and many others in Standish at what is/was a very nice Model T and A show!!I got to see Jon Crane's speedster and in all my life i have never seen a model A move like that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My thanks to the Script Model A Club and the People of Standish who treated us Very Well!!!!!!!!!! Bud.PS,Talked with Ed and was shocked Don Booth missed this?? Bud.
That truck is cute as all get out.
Jim - please tell us more about the frankenford. What did it start out as? Great looking truck!
I love the closed cabs but riding in them is another story.
I agree Jeff, I'm 6 foot and weigh 200. Driving this presses the steering wheel tight into my belly. It does not ride real bad because it is mounted on a car chassis. Not at all weather proof and sounds like insides of a tin can full of marbles when on a rough road.