How about this way of upgrading your TT for sale...
I'm not in any way affiliated with seller or ad, so fire away gentlemen !
Interesting setup. 47,000 euros = $54,520 US at the current exchange rate of 1.00:1.16. How much is the motorcycle worth?
Cool! The Harley is probably worth more then the truck on it's own. I had a TT with the same type solid ribber front wheels. If it could be shown it was a survivor from WW1 then they have something, but looks to be newer then 1918. Looks like plywood deck on the bed.
Leo, your profile picture is upside down when I view it on my desktop.
Great photos. Looks like something right out of a movie.
Hey Mark, that's how i feel most of the time ;-)
Pic was made with my I-pad, that contraption does strange things, it happens to me all the time, turns pictures sideways, upside down, won't load one pic but does another, i stopped trying to grasp wat it does and just live with the consequenses..
Wasn't the TT chassis not introduced until 1917? Don't know for sure about those longer running boards, either....
Yes, the TT was introduced in 1917, and according to Bruce McCalley's book only 3 were produced. Production began in earnest with the 1918 model year.
You're right. Those are not TT running boards.
Good looking rig, though.
Mark, if you're using Windows, you can right-click on Leo's photo, then "View image." That will turn it right-side up again.
Iíve heard thereís no evidence of a TT chassis being in theatre of WW I...
That's an interesting comment George. Although I've heard or read that the TT's were, at least in part, intended for use in WWI the only Ts I recall seeing pictured in Europe at that time were regular Ts.