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Old pics of Model T Rods?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by cruiserbuddy, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. cruiserbuddy
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    I am on the lookout for some old pics of 1926/27 Model T roadster hotrods from the 1940ies & 50ties, couldn't find them via search function.
    Who's got some, show them, please!
     
  2. cruiserbuddy
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  3. plym49
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    Built in 53 in Fresno - 1917 tub
     

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  4. Ramblur
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    Here's some my dad took in Ohio.

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  5. cruiserbuddy
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    Yeah, great pics!!!! MORE!!!
     
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    Do want '23-25 T pics as well?

    If you want some period features go here
     
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  7. Mr48chev
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    My first attempt at building a hotrod. I never did get it running but had a lot of fun plotting and planning. Sure wish I had that body today.
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    This was about 1965
     
  8. cruiserbuddy
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    Cool, tons of Pics! Keep up the good work!!
    Any pics of streetlegal T buckets from the 40ties an 50ties?
    I need them for the technical supervising check here in germany to proove that a car like mine has been built before.....
     
  9. No_Respect
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    [​IMG]Whats the story behind this bad bone T???
     
  10. Got a pic of your T? I may have something.
     
  11. plym49
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    The pix I posted are of a 100% street legal car, registered in the State of New York here in the States.

    There are no windshield wipers, no seat belts, no mufflers and no fenders. No problem.

    Again, it was built in 1953 but it is registered as a 1917 (since that is what the body is).
     
  12. autobilly
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    Great pic's Ramblur!
     
  13. Deuce Daddy Don
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    Try Ed Iskenderian of "ISKY" cams, he still has his!!!!!--------------Don
     
  14. cruiserbuddy
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    Mine is still in progress, its Tupperware, but steel bodys are hard to find here over the pond and the tupperware body cost only 350Euros.
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    The engine, an original german flathead block, brandnew, never assembled before from 1963 with an Almquist intake manifold and flathead pistons as aircleaners:
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  15. A couple of early 50s T roadsters, both of these are on '32 frames do you need pics of a T on A rails?
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  16. GuyW
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    Jiggler Joe Gemsa's T bucket...all things considered, probably my favorite T of all time...

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  17. orphaneddie
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    great looking pics... makes me want to go drive my dodge!
     
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  18. OLLIN
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    this thread rules!
     
  19. Ramblur
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  20. GOATROPER02
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    You have any Idea where in Ohio

    Tony

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  21. Ramblur
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    Well, we're from Columbiana(south of you) but others have identified this
    track as being Shady Bowl in DeGraff,Ohio
     
  22. hotrod327
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    Here Monty Wray's 27 as it loked in '59....
     

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  23. cruiserbuddy
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    Yeah 26/27 T Roadsters on A frame rails! Thats what I need! :)

    Cool Pics, keep them coming!!!!!
     
  24. GARY?
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    here's some more..
     

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  25. cruiserbuddy
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    Anyone else with old 1927 T Roadster pics?
     
  26. skywolf
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  27. slobitz
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    This is a track T i rstored a few years ago. steel narroed 27 T bucket, aluminum nose hood and deck with a 296 flathead on sprint car rails,
    Stan............
     

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  28. cruiserbuddy
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    @skywolf:Thanks for the pics, especially the first one is important, because the car is registered and streetlegal....

    @slobitz:Those track Ts rule!!!

    @cornboy: Nice pics!!
     
  29. MrModelT
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    Great pics of the Aldrich roadster...some of those I had not seen!

    ...and of course I love the Garrison T, always been one of my favorites!

    I just love these early T roadster picture threads :D....makes me miss my T though :(
     

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