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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by joey tee, Nov 7, 2010.

  1. joey tee
    Joined: Oct 2, 2010
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    lets see some model Ts "the real steel"
     

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  2. Joey Tee, nice C-dan, welcome to the H.A.M.B., I am finishing up my all steel 26 P/U. I am about 2 hours south of you, my father in law is in Deland. When I get my rig done, I'll P/M. you, see if you wanna have a cold one and cruise A1A, Noticed something in the back window, Faith is Cool, glad your a believer!!!, BDM.
     
  3. gasser300
    Joined: May 25, 2010
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    from Ft Worth

    Mines not favored by many. But I sure do like it.

    On the road with a tag this week after a year of money and labor.

    Oh and I read the trim ring thread and put mine on.
     

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  4. Nice job gasser, like the stance
     

  5. It's steel!!
     

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  6. Tugmaster, a Ford in a Ford, awesome T. BDM
     
  7. BadassBadger
    Joined: Oct 24, 2010
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    from wisconsin

    i went driving around my area to find stuff. and i found a 1925ish model tt C cab truck! all complete sitting in a guys yard! may go after it next year!
     
  8. joey tee
    Joined: Oct 2, 2010
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  9. I'd like it more with a Flatty, but it still looks really cool to me. Sweet little T.
     
  10. gasser300
    Joined: May 25, 2010
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    from Ft Worth

    Thanks guys. I was busy racing off road motorcycles when a guy at work asked me if i wanted a lil hot rod project. I went and looked at it and had to have it. I really wasnt prepared for what I was biting off. It was a frame, body, engine and trans.

    I have had to address everything on it. The body had never been mated to the frame. It was really an awful start. But I pressed on mostly by myself with just a 1 car garage.

    The compliments are appreciated more than I can say. At first I thought I had a Rrod. Then the Rrod site ran me off so I came here after seeing this site get bashed over there. It was then I realized I liked traditionals way more than the other stuff. Mines not a real traditional, nor will it ever be.

    Guy I got it from has a 32 with a flatty and yes, I wish this lil car had one as well. It came with this 4 bolt, double hump head, solid lift 350. If it is on par with the rest of the car when I bought it, I will be addressing that soon.
     
  11. Actually not a Ford drivetrain. it has a 65 Buick 300 with a 2spd switchpitch trans. Todd
     
  12. Dchaz
    Joined: Sep 6, 2009
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    how about t trucks
     

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  13. Rocket-Boy
    Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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  14. MrModelT
    Joined: Nov 11, 2008
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    My '26 Roadster is all original Henry Ford steel...Dearborn born and raised!
     

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  15. I like it, and congratulations on getting it going.
     
  16. gasser300
    Joined: May 25, 2010
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    from Ft Worth

    Got a tag!

    Those are some cool T's.

    Mr ModelT's car is so damn nice. Wow
     
  17. Kustom Leatherworks
    Joined: Oct 6, 2008
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    from Milwaukee

    Model T's are under rated!
     
  18. You know, the front of that looks an aweful lot like a '28 A pick-up or wagon.:confused:
     
  19. hrm2k
    Joined: Oct 2, 2007
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    Monday this week :cool:

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  20. Rocket-Boy
    Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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    yes you would be correct proportions were to stretched with the big olds and the small cowl ( in my oppinion) so with help from a good friend we chopped the front section of the T's a pillars off and welded on A fronts so it now all bolts up perfectly. not as easy as just getting a new set of pillars around here
     
  21. So, what your telling me is that you have T and A?;)
     
  22. Rocket-Boy
    Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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    :) pretty much, its a bit of everything
     
  23. fender lizard
    Joined: Jan 4, 2010
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    from mcallen tx

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    My t. Its a bit of an older pic. I know i know, its low.
     
  24. I'm pretty sure my grand dad started with a model T to make this car. Crude I know but the spirit was willing.

    Grandfather's hot rod a.jpg

    Here is one of mine. Started with the front of a 26 touring, the rest is made by yours truly. Sold it, cause that is what I built it for. Going to do another to keep someday.

    Dig cam picsIII 076.jpg

    Dig cam picsIII 077.jpg
     
  25. alwayzarat
    Joined: Sep 22, 2010
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    1927 T Coupe
     

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  26. alwayzarat
    Joined: Sep 22, 2010
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    DId you buy this one out of Charleston? I use to see it down here.
     
  27. Here's mine:

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    Here's my new one:

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  28. Rocket-Boy
    Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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    fender lizard is that bagged? also is it a driver yet?
     
  29. rustyangels
    Joined: Sep 28, 2010
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    Sure looks like JeffreyJames old ride
     
  30. Fourdy
    Joined: Dec 9, 2001
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    Here's my '24. ALL steel.

    Fourdy
     

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