I found the pre-23 dimensions on here, but can't find the newer dimensions. Does anybody happen to have them as well as the frame dimensions. I would like to try and get everything squared up and straightened out. Thanks!
The computer ate my posting. One more shorter version.
Recommend you contact Leon Parker and purchase his rewooding plans. Leon Parker's forum profile is at: http://www.mtfca.com/cgi-bin/discus/board-profile.cgi?action=view_profile&profile=leon_parker-users and has his e-mail address listed.
Wood kits are also available. One vendor is Ford Wood at: http://www.fordwood.com/roadsters1913-27.htm
I don't recall a good diagram of the dimensions of the 1924-25 cars.
The 1909-1925 Frame drawing is located at: http://www.funprojects.com/pdf/FPIframe.pdf
If you or anyone else would like a free copy of RV Anderson's 1923 roadster rewooding article send me your e-mail address. Please put sent 1923 Model T rewooding article or something similar in the title and it will be answered much sooner. You can click on my name and it brings up my profile. My e-mail is the third line down. The club allows us to share those to help promote the club and our hobby.
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for the frame:
it would be just a little helpful if you'd be more specific as to what you're looking for
Is that drawing 'year specific'?
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The Fun Projects frame drawing is for the early frames up to 1913, but the main dimensions are essentially the same up to 1925.
I don't want wood. I know this will make people cringe on here, but I want to do the inner structure in metal. That is why I was hoping to find dimensions. I want to put the body on a Model A frame.
If you want info on that, then you probably should be consulting with Model A guys or hot rodders, as you're not the first to do this. I don't think you'll find many "T" guys that have done this or will be much help.
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H.A.M.B. is the section that has the forum.