thanks to George House for a tutorial yesterday. Went thru his 50 years of T history and his beautiful collection. Picked up some parts for the bitsa cut off. front axle, firewall switch cover and lower rear spring leaf. bummer some one had the tenacity to hop the fence and disassemble the motor crank assembly and all the parts to it. Got a set of 21 split rims with good tires and tubes installed them and rolled it into the shop and put it on jack stands to start the resurrection. Will post pics as the project moves on
Thanks also to Hap and all others for the help
I'm so glad that George is close enough that you can go visit. Being able to see the parts, touch them, look at them from different angles and ask questions about them can often save a day of posting a question only to have someone ask, can you post a photo of the other side etc.
Best of luck on your T!
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