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Hot Rods How many HAMB Model T's Out There?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jaw22w, Dec 15, 2017.

  1. jaw22w
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    It seems to me that there has been more model T threads on here lately. Is model T interest on the rise? A while back there was a thread on here asking the same question about Model A's. I think they counted up IMG_0075.JPG IMG_0002.JPG about 2300-2400 Model A's. Just got me wondering about how Model T's compare to that. I don't care if it is fendered or fenderless, chopped or unchopped, stock or modified, bucket, coupe, sedan, truck or roadster, fiberglass or steel, anything pre-'28---If you have one count yourself in on this poll, please.
    Thanks for your participation.

    I have 2.
     
  2. choffman41
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    Does 50 years ago count?
    2001419-52d66923d3296dcd41c7f431b49bc022.jpg
     
  3. Flathead Dave
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  4. jaw22w
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    I was kinda thinkin' current owners, but thanks for the pic.
     
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  5. fuzzface
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    I have one of each
    1909 model t
    1928 model a
    So having 1 of each cancels out each other in which one is more popular right now.
     
  6. Blake 27
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    Blake 27

    My friend's 27. Wayne Ross just won the traditional homebuilt award at the 2017 western nationals in Pleasanton, Ca. w1 (2).jpg Wayne's.jpg
     
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  7. jaw22w
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    I'm sure there is more Model A's around. Just wanted to see how many of us Model T guys are around.
     
  8. jaw22w
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  9. Mr. Mac
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    Count me in with my 27. artsy pics 27 roadster 023.JPG
     
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  10. j3harleys
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    Put one together last year for my grandson. He's having a ball with it. 20170604_114713.jpg 20170604_115754(0).jpg
     
  11. Blake 27
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    Here's mine. I also won traditional homebuilt in 2013. Blake's T-001.jpg
     
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  13. jaw22w
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    Both fine examples of model T hotrods.
     
  14. Moriarity
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    Count me in. 1927 coupe. Built in 1955 and unchanged since. 32 frame, 1947 flatty, column shifted 3 spd. Tuck and roll interior and paint done in 1955[​IMG][​IMG]


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  15. jaw22w
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  16. Mark Jenny
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    I have two 26 T coupes..one is a work in progress IMG_1197.JPG IMG_1194.JPG IMG_1212.JPG
     
  17. 24riverview
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  18. Fourdy
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    My 24 100% original steel

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  20. Moriarity
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    yeah, I still own it. I just got it last fall
     
  21. Mark Jenny
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    I thought I saw a post here about that car recently
     
  22. Mark Jenny
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    Its gorgous!!!...let me know when and if you decide to sell;)
     
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  25. evintho
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    All steel '27 roadster. Still have to finish the bodywork and a bunch of other little things.
    Powered by a built turbocharged 2.3 and backed with a T5 and 8" Maverick rear................

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  26. no55mad
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    1922 Runabout PU, upgraded with a more modern distributor and 2 speed rear end, steel spoke wheels etc. The purist don't like that but this thing is a blast - if you don't mind an occasional middle finger for holding up those in a hurry!:cool:
     

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  27. rusty rocket
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    My Pile. IMG_0125.JPG IMG_0129.JPG I do have a 26-27 chassis that im working on also. IMG_2436.JPG
     
  28. JimSibley
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    IMG_0003.JPG IMG_1228.JPG I have a finished t , a project t. And would like to build a fad t bucket in the future.
     
  29. big duece
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    The survey at the top of the thread did't have the option of less than 1 for quantity 20170613_161939.jpg of "T"'s. Does 1/4 count?
     
  30. I'm in the process of building one. Rear half of a '20 touring car mated to a correct low cowl. Wanted a few extra inches in length and a larger door. Shooting for a look similar to the Wally Olsen T or the Dick Roberts T. Love a T done "right" (to me, as taste is subjective).
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