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Projects 1927 model t for sale

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jerrybigbird, Oct 21, 2015.

  1. Jerrybigbird
    Joined: Oct 10, 2015
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    1927 model t ? Old boy said he wanted 500 for it I've got the ccr t bucket frame that last picture is the pile of stuff I have so far 20151021_103127.jpg 20151021_103105.jpg 20151021_103100.jpg 20151021_103058.jpg 20151021_102859.jpg 20151021_102848.jpg 20151021_102831.jpg 20151021_102819.jpg 20151020_091923.jpg
     
  2. Bruce Lancaster
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    The yaller one is earlier, like 1918-22 or so...phaeton with rear removed. I like it!
     
  3. patmanta
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    1. MASSACHUSETTS HAMB

    That's a 1925 or earlier T. BUY IT. $500 is a great deal on a steel T body in my neck of the woods.

    To be specific, it looks like a 25 or earlier T touring car with the back seat/cab removed to make a truck (RPU) conversion, possibly due to gas rationing during WWII.
     
  4. Bruce Lancaster
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  5. patmanta
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    patmanta
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    1. MASSACHUSETTS HAMB

    All wood internal structure and subframe then?

    I haven't honed my 22/23-25 ID skills, what are the tells?
     
  6. Bruce Lancaster
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    Well, the complete folding of windshield at center with no separate frame dates it to that period. Bodies look like they're the same as '23-5, but really are not...lots of little differences. For better definition of years, got to the MTFCA site and look at the T encyclopedia...enough detail to drive you mad!
    That thing does indeed seem like a steal...looks good even as a heap of scrap!
     
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  7. Kevin Lee
    Joined: Nov 12, 2001
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    It's neat.

    Step 1. Buy it.
    Step 2. Prop it up and paint TROG down the side.
    Step 3. Sell it and retire.
     
  8. Bruce Lancaster
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    TROG is disorganized enough that if it looks gnarly enough they may not notice it lacks wheels!
     

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