when you get one running. Some of you will remember my c-cab project. It's 20 yrs old, MY GOD!! GET IT DONE.
I don't C cab. what is there looks good.
Nothing as sweet sounding as a newly rebuilt T engine.
Way to go.
that's too perty to drive!
Dare I post this?
Tom, please do not take offense and note that my tongue is firmly implanted in my cheek as I'm chuckling out loud/typing. :-)
A man by the name of Rootlieb, that works with sheet metal and hails from Turlock hasn't a scrap of tin on his lizzy 'cept for a tank. :-)
20 years? That has to feel grand.
It's absolutely gorgeous.
Here ya go Duey. Finally got body on for last time and can now start to do final assembly.
The C cab looks fantastic.
I really like where you place the coil.
Can you get a closer pic?
Did you use a regular round coil bracket?
Dang, that's nice!!!
Beautiful work. Worth the 20 year wait.
Steve, it uses a standard coil brkt. I drill two 5/16" holes in the side of the frame, making sure I keep the hood hold down and hood sill holes on the top of the frame, between the holes for the coil brkt. That is the only way the coil will fit in this location. I cut two 5/16"i.d. water pipes 1 1/4" long to space the coil brkt. flush with the inside edge of the frame. It keeps the coil away from the engine heat and in the flow of cool air running past the frame. Hope this helps.
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Tom, I C ! Very nice rig. That is very cool.
Nice. Interesting way to mount the radiator. Never seen it done like that.