Depot Hack wood kit. Free pick up in Atlanta, GA

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signsup
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First Name: Robert
Last Name: Brough
* REQUIRED* Type and Year of Model Ts owned: 1915 War Wagon 1927 Depot Hack 1927 TT
Location: Winston, GA
MTFCA Number: 31990
MTFCI Number: 31990
Board Member Since: 2015

Depot Hack wood kit. Free pick up in Atlanta, GA

Post by signsup » Mon Jun 10, 2024 4:30 pm

Took my 26 Depot Hack apart to redo the thin ply and change the color and decided to put back as a WWI ambulance. I used the subframe and cross members and the top, but a lot is left that I just want to pass along. All the side wood and trim, tail gate, windshield with two pane glass, two bench seats and two jump seats, doors and the entire vinyl soft sides and rear curtain kit and all attaching hardware for it.
So, if your thinking about a depot hack or express delivery or some sort of wooden body Model T, this would get you a long way. I can hold for a while, but then it's off to the fire wood pile.
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Jim overstreet
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Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:27 pm
First Name: jim
Last Name: overstreet
* REQUIRED* Type and Year of Model Ts owned: 1925 roadster pickup project, 1916 touring project, 1929 A closed cab pickup
Location: Forkland, Ky
MTFCA Number: 32632
MTFCI Number: 32632

Re: Depot Hack wood kit. Free pick up in Atlanta, GA

Post by Jim overstreet » Tue Jun 11, 2024 8:48 am

May be interested- sent you a pm.
Jim
'Endeavor to persevere' - Lone Wattie


Topic author
signsup
Posts: 366
Joined: Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:56 pm
First Name: Robert
Last Name: Brough
* REQUIRED* Type and Year of Model Ts owned: 1915 War Wagon 1927 Depot Hack 1927 TT
Location: Winston, GA
MTFCA Number: 31990
MTFCI Number: 31990
Board Member Since: 2015

Re: Depot Hack wood kit. Free pick up in Atlanta, GA

Post by signsup » Tue Jun 11, 2024 2:44 pm

Jim has committed to drive down from KY and get this stuff, so consider it gone unless things don't work out. Sorry, should have posted in parts section.
Why do we drive on parkways and park on driveways?

A bunch of old cars
Sometimes they run.
Sometimes, they don't.


Jim overstreet
Posts: 20
Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:27 pm
First Name: jim
Last Name: overstreet
* REQUIRED* Type and Year of Model Ts owned: 1925 roadster pickup project, 1916 touring project, 1929 A closed cab pickup
Location: Forkland, Ky
MTFCA Number: 32632
MTFCI Number: 32632

Re: Depot Hack wood kit. Free pick up in Atlanta, GA

Post by Jim overstreet » Thu Jun 13, 2024 9:27 pm

Great visit with Robert and Jane. Really enjoyed a tour of all of their vehicles. Depot hack parts just as advertised. Great start towards building mine.
Thanks so much.
Jim
'Endeavor to persevere' - Lone Wattie

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