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Art & Inspiration Lets See your Favorite Model T

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Speed Gems, Jan 11, 2014.

  1. Speed Gems
    Joined: Jul 17, 2012
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    After scrolling through the favorite model A thread (all 79 pages :eek:) and doing a search. I didn't come with anything. Here's mine
     

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  2. tfeverfred
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    This one.
     

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  3. Pontiac Slim
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    My buddy's Pat
     

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  4. Speed Gems
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    My dad has one of those. What did he use to fill the roof?
     

  5. sly maloney
    Joined: Jan 8, 2014
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    from Napier NZ

    This is my T
     

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  6. For the Winter Rodder ..... :cool:


    Goes from 0 to 30 in 6 minutes ..... :D

    With a 6 inch base - 12 minutes ...... ;)


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    Jim
     

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  7. Well, Lil John Butters's 26 "T" was always a favorite.

    However, I really rate Maurice's 26"T" Sedan, such a :cool: & beautiful car

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    My all time favorite is my own 1923 Center Door "T" which I have had since 1978.:eek:

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    And now my 1927 Coupe:D

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    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=789981

    There are lot's to choose from.
     
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  8. hrm2k
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    I agree with Fred, Skip's little black roadster pickup is one of my favorites.........so I guess this would be number 2

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  9. :eek: Wow, Sorry John how could I forget your Coupe, it's been an inspiration to many a "T" Coupe builder, including me.
     
  10. Merlin
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    from Inman, SC

    I've never paid a lot of attention to T models but I do like the one my neighbor has.
     
  11. Pontiac Slim
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    hand made deal, lots of work
     
  12. Harms Way
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    I admit,..... I am bias (But with good reason)
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  13. Squablow
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    Here's a few I like. These pics are all saved in my "inspiration" folder to study for my current '26 roadster re-build.
     

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  14. Squablow
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    More.
     

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  15. Squablow
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    More yet.
     

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  16. Squablow
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    Of all the T roadster pics I have saved, this car is my favorite, except for the odd frame notch/step setup. My car should end up looking a lot like this one, except with a straight frame and not channeled.
     

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  17. Kume
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    Mr Model T hands down
     

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  18. mgtstumpy
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    Another centre door T sedan and a local Ozzie car. Owner drives the doors off it and isn't afraid to drive it hard. An old Polyform body (Supposed only 3 were produced before moulds were destroyed) and has been around since 1980.
     

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  19. Muttley
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    Kind of a toss-up between Royalshifter's, Mr Model T's and this one:

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  21. The body on that one used to be Oliver tractor green and on a Model A frame with a suped up banger. Used to be mine. I like the late 50's route they went with it though too.

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  22. Squablow
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    Sweet, got any pics of it? Mine is on an A frame as well, no steps or notches though.
     
  23. 49ratfink
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    here's a cool one from the 70's...

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  24. Fourdy
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    My all steel '24

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    Fourdy
     
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  25. Indian
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    Multi's and Mr Model T's gow jobs are already mentioned, so I'll have to go with my third choice, the Detour Deluxe from Rust, Montana ;)

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    It has a Rajo head and very short stacks.. Suppsedly it has more stylish seats now but I haven't seen any pictures..
     
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  26. DERPR30
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    here are a couple of pics 27 tall t coupe
     

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  27. Here is my old T.

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  28. steel rebel
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    The one that started the craze.
     

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  29. Speed Gems
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    Some day I think it would be fun to build one of those model T kit cars but with a older drivetrain like a caddy mill and a banjo reared and paint it up old school style.
     

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