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Chickasha location

Post by ModelT46 » Sat Mar 09, 2019 3:21 pm

Setting up? Where?

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Re: Chickasha location

Post by Steve Jelf » Sat Mar 09, 2019 4:56 pm

SG-15 (South Building) with a variety of used stuff. I know what some of it is. :)

Glad you asked. That reminds me to take the paperwork out and put it in the car right now so I won't forget it.
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Re: Chickasha location

Post by DanTreace » Sat Mar 09, 2019 5:37 pm

Outside spaces, FH 19-20 west side Community Bldg., on the lane between Community Bldg. and South Bldg.

Mostly small T parts, pair rear 26-27 touring doors, red powder coated T wire wheel, full set of 1/2 worn Excelsior 21" x 4:50 black wall tires and used tubes, and free roasted in the shell peanuts for the lookers and takers ;)
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Re: Chickasha location

Post by AandTman » Sun Mar 10, 2019 7:10 pm

I will be in spots FK-49-50-51 South west side of north Bldg. outside. I have a complete set of new spokes for a Hayes wheel,a Hayes Wheel, a couple of Fatman Wheels, a number of locking steering wheels, Curtain Irons for a CCab, a nice selection of Hasslers and parts, and lot of other T, A, and early V8 parts.
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Re: Chickasha location

Post by R.V.Anderson » Sun Mar 10, 2019 8:01 pm

Inside spaces, west side of North building. NF 9 & 10. Early coils and parts, top straps and hardware, correct fasteners, new fully functional black and brass carbide generators, correct lamp wicks and lenses, and much more, besides an assortment of small original stuff. I will also have a few of my rewound field coils on hand.

My brother Jon will be next to me in NF 7 & 8 with his floorboards, top bows, tack strips, seat and other miscellaneous wood, and I think he may have his 1913-14 dashes also. He's been working night and day on them.

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Re: Chickasha location

Post by RustyFords » Tue Mar 12, 2019 5:16 pm

Inside the South Bldg....north side toward the middle, near the doors I think. I'm not near my booth slips at the moment. My dad will be with me.

Bringing the following for a 24-25 ish Touring.:

- nice rear left door
- full set of 25 wood wheels with brake drums and hubs...(not pretty but tight)
- NOS set of 6 valve stem covers
- 2 rear axles that have bad threads but excellent gears attached.
- Excellent low Hexcel honeycomb radiator that I'll sell only if I find a high radiator shell with the right patina
- 4 old but good coils that I ran my engine on for a short time
- Full set of body wood plans (oil smudge on one but otherwise perfect and unused)
- Round gas tank (not perfect but holds gas)
- Rear spring perch with new bushing installed
- Excellent jack that's too tall for a Model T front axle
- Very nice complete rear gear set (housing, ring gear, spider gears, etc)
- Very nice hood sides....I think for a low hood....not sure
- 4 split rims....2 with serviceable nylon Wards Riverside tires mounted
- Rear spring clamps (excellent condition)
- Tack rail pieces made by Ford Wood (the 4 heavy curved pieces for the front tack rail)
- 3 new rubber pedal pads
- Several Hyatt bearings...some better than others.
- Top Bows...need repairing but more than a complete set
- Windshield wing nut (new)
- Steering wheel nut (new)
- Adjustable wrench (Ford script - I think it's for a 26-27 because it has a nub on the end)

Lots more...as much as I can cram into my SUV.
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Re: Chickasha location

Post by DanTreace » Tue Mar 12, 2019 7:06 pm

More on FH19-20. TT stake body, 2 early AA truck wheels, 2 21” A wire wheels, ‘28 A headlight bar and lamps with fluted lens, ‘32 roadster/phaeton windshield frame and glass.
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Re: Chickasha location

Post by ModelT46 » Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:13 pm

I am at FL 7&8. Right now we are in Kansas. Will be near Chickasha Wed. And will be in the parking lot Thursday about noon. Driving a silver Murcury SW with a top carrier.


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Re: Chickasha location

Post by Gene_French » Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:43 pm

gentlemen:
will be at spaces SL4 + SL5 in the south building … when we get there !!! have a severe storm forecast to start this evening with freezing rain and heavy snow and blowing snow by tomorrow mid-day … interstates are expected to close due to high winds and whiteout conditions … possibly will not be able to get to Chickasha till mid-day Friday or not at all this year … I will mail any items that are currently spoken for … hoping the storm is not as bad as expected … always an optimist … Gene French

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