The T is what is left of a 24 Touring. I found it in a back field after I bought this farm. The engine survived.
Always enjoy your pics of the parts stash. Is the 2nd pic down a club coupe?
No Gary, it's just a 2dr. Glad you enjoy the pics.
Its a '50 Ford tudor
Sorry '51, didn't look at the grill the first time
Alot folks,both young and old,will look at these pics and think,"wow,5 cent a pound! we gota fortune" When in reality,what is there is a bunch of potential for restored cars with a little work and tlc.
Those pictures remind me of how 1 of my projects,a 1947 Pontiac, looked for many years. I would look at this car as a kid riding by it saying, "daddy I want that car". He would always tell me, "it is in a good place".Jump to May of 2008 we were riding to breakfast, "daddy,I want that car" just to be nostalgic. He replied same as always. This pic was taken a few days before it was hauled to the auction house where I had to wait ALL day long for it to be the last 1 auctioned off. 425 dollars
It sat in this 1 spot from 1969 until june of 2008. I drove it 3 days after I bought it,10 days after this picture was taken.
To all the newbies out there in the car hobby, yes you can have the car you want, roll up your shirt sleeves and work at it!
Always liked the torpedo back GM's, and yours is a 2 door. I've spotted it in a few of your current build pics
The last picture posted above is a '49 or early '50. You can tell by the stainless steel window divider on the back end of the side windows. In late '50 & '51 those two windows were combined into one stationery window.
Our '49 Ford Woodie is pictured on our profile picture. We enjoy it, but our Model T's come first!!!
Keith, you are right, it is a 49. Your 49 looks great, I really like the color on it.
Keith, your are right, it is a 49. Your 49 looks great, I really like that color on it.
Thanks, Dan. The "Seamist Green" is the original color for the car. My Wife painted it and I think she did a really good job. Anyway, she's retired now and won't paint for me anymore. Bummer.