I'm thinking of having a run made of the earliest exhaust pipes, which were used until the earliest part of '13. They will be the original configuration @$70 each plus postage. I'm only going to have 25 made, and the guy is going out of business now, so I need to know right away. These are made like Ford made them. If I don't get any interest, I'm not going to do it.
Larry: Are these the ones with out the flange? Dan
I'll take 2. Kim
I'm in !
I need two.
I'll take two. Thanks for doing this.
I would like to speak for 2. Thanks, Mike 319-430-4995
I will take two also
I'll take 2
I would like one.
Larry, I would like one.
I will take one.
I will take one .
I WILL TAKE TWO THANKS BRIAN
Put me down for 1
I will take 1
I'll take one also Larry,
Up to 22 now.
I would like to buy one.
Larry... If he's going out of business, why not have him make a run of the 1913 and later pipes also? I'd buy two of those.
Larry, sign me up for one.
Larry, As fast as these went, maybe you should double the order!
I agree, see if he'll make some of the ones you had done before too.
I know, Many $$$ up front.
I'm happy to pay up front....
Larry, I'll take one as well!
I will pay when ever you want - up front or $$ down.
Thanks for doing this. I have already put in for one.
It is for my 1910;
Larry put me down for two.
At this rate the guy may decide to stay in business!
I'll take two, please.
I too am interested in one.
Larry: Check your email. I want 4. Thanks, Dan.
Since the guy is ready to throw in the towel, you may want to do one more run of the later style. I still regret not buying one for my '26.
Then, of course, there's the problem of finding the correct muffler ends. I have to agree with what you've said time and time again, if you're going to go to the effort of making a reproduction part, why not make it an exact copy?
The pipes and muffler ends that the vendors sell just aren't the same as the genuine Ford parts. Oh well.
Thanks for paying attention to detail Larry. Good enough, really isn't.
Larry, I would like 3. Thanks!
I'll take two.
I would take 2 also. thanks much
I will take one
im in for one
IF I count correct. 43!
Plus requests for the later style too!
This is really neat Larry. :-)
Hi Larry, I'll take 1 if you increase your order quantity. Thanks, Steve
I need one as well
Larry Iíll take 2: thanks John
Larry , I'll take 1: thanks Dave
Larry I would like 1 Thankyou Mike Husted
Larry: If enough exhaust pipes are made to cover the interest, I too would like to purchase two of them. Timothy
Larry, I will take one also for 12, zip 80543, Thanks Jim
I'll take 2
Up to 58.
I didn't expect the interest in these! I figured maybe a dozen guys might be interested. I haven't ordered them yet, and will be speaking to the guy today, or this weekend. Please keep in mind these are the early pipes with no flange. So far, I'm not keeping track of those who have expressed an interest, only the numbers. I will post another note later when they are ready. Also note, shipping on these is expensive. I mailed a 14-20 style pipe to W.Va. yesterday, and it cost the guy $36.60 UPS.
Many thanks for leading the charge on these. If these quantities are limited, then those who committed here may reasonably expect be first in line to receive those parts. If this is not necessarily to be the case, then please clarify this. I'm looking at the numbers here, and looks like we have more hogs than we have teets.
Larry, It seems a lot of people must have the correct early exhaust manifold ? I have not ask him but does RV stock the your 14-20 pipe ?
Would you please add another two to the potential order, so my request would now be 4 pipes.
thanks very much
Ok- fur us dummies, on the early exhaust pipe with no flange, what keeps the pipe in position?
Packing of some sort, a separate ferrule or?
Add me to the list. I may need 2 of them myself.
Hi Larry, put me down for 1, I appreciate you getting this done!
Hey Larry, do you still have any exhaust pipes left for a 1914, if so I would be interested in 2, also I need one for a 1926. Tim
Dan: From 1909 to mid 1913 asbestos packing material was used that was tightened by the nut and thus clamped the pipe in place like the felt clamps the gas pipe.
Here's an earlier thread discussing modern replacement for that packing: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/411944/449888.html?1401895749
Larry1 Hi From Iowa! If Possible? I would like to purchase 2 of the early pipes as well? Thanks John
I will toss my hat in the ring for three
Larry if your supplier is going out of business you might want to get a hold of me because I have someone that I work with who can make anything out of metal and who will be in business for a long time let me know thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
I've upgraded my number to 35. I ordered them yesterday. I haven't made a list. I only wanted to see how many are interested. I'll make the list when they are done, and you guys can contact me then. One more time for those who didn't read my original ad correctly. These are for the early T's WITHOUT THE FLANGE.
Larry, if your supplier is going out of business, maybe you ought to make another run of the later pipes with the flange, I sure like mine. Just a thought. Dave
I am not sure if you got my pm that I sent you a few days ago but I will take one pipe.
I will take ONE.
Larry, maybe you should make a run of each of them. Looks like there may be a market out there for them for awhile. I myself would for sure hate to see them not be available in the future. JMHO Dave
Larry, if it is not too late, I would like to order one. Thanks, Bill
Hey Larry, I sent you a PM Tim
There seems to be a huge demand. Would the man make more? I would pay up front to reserve one and show that I am serious. Anyone else?
Yes. Larry, what's the address to send you a check?
I had put my name in for 4 pipes. I am glad to pay in advance if requested to do so.
Larry, Put me on the list for one. Thanks, Scot
I am surprised to see how many folks have the early style manifolds, judging by the responses. A difficult part to find IMO. Are folks modifying the later ones?