That stick pin must be 12 ft tall! Never seen one that big.
It don't look assembled to me?
Stick pin 12 ft. tall? You should have seen the guy who put it there.......
Dean, That shot was mid-assembly. Here it is after the drivetrain was assembled .... but then there was a tragic accident.
What goes around comes around. Good luck getting it back on the wheels with out breaking your spokes. I did that to my first two real non Model T cars.
I'm itchin' to see the accident after the drive train install. Thank heavens your steering wheel wasn't installed yet.
Hopefully your slumbering/healing as I write this.
Mark, what scale is your little model T?
The reason I ask this is that my poor Jordan Miniatures Center Door (1/87) got into a scuffle with some RR tracks and now has two broken rear axles.
(My grandson played with it.)
I see you have an early clam-shell (with pinion) rear axle on yours like my little Jordan.
How do you get the glue to stick with all that paint?
Here it is all assembled. The kit was given to me a few years ago and this seemed like a good time to put it together. A real challenge with tri-focals! Might add a little "rust" today.