I saw this recently. It has been in storage for a few years and was dusted off for a display.
The front belt pulley would be very helpful for a farmer to get the most of his investment in a Ford T I guess :-)
(Yes they did know the oiler was empty. A Welsh plug had fallen out so it was not running that day afterall, despite their best efforts to find something to fit).
And just how many Mags do you really need anyway!! Certainly you would sleep well knowing a coil plate failure is of little consequence!
WHY? - Because YOU CAN :-)
Anyone spot the specialist adjusting tool used? ;-)
Talk about tricked out, perhaps a little over done. Adrian, did you happen to notice the name of the accessory belt drive? I have one that mounts like that but looks somewhat different. Mine is called E-Z-GO. I wondered if the one you saw might be New Zealand manufacture. Bob
Oh yes. I saw the bfh leaning against a tire. Is that the adjusting tool you meant?
I can't quite make out the brand in the pictures, but did read "Milwaukee".
sat - bfh - or a PAT - precision adjustment tool maybe? ;-)
Thank you, Sir. Oh yeah, precision adjustment tool sounds a lot better then big freaking hammer.
Does anyone have information of the Bosch ignition switch on the stand??