This must be done carefully so that the shackles work properly. Here's your chance to own a significant piece of automotive history. Perhaps a hole drilled through the threaded part somewhere?. They will be combined with the windshield posts of the Roadster cowl that I already have. I can see the knob of a shift handle so maybe it's for the Ruckstell or maybe it has a different transmission in it? This morning, I liberated the gas tank and firewall from Tudor body. .
Your e-mail address is optional. The av guys know about this. I'm not sure how much modification they are talking about. What I would have done, baring drilling a hole in the top somewhere is to drill a hole in the bottom and use a brass tube up into the neck area where it would be at the highest point and vent that to ground. If done well it looks pretty good too.
The back spring has also been bent up. A deal was struck and this morning, I dragged home my dream-pile. . Last night's eBay score: It's a Vern Tardel Model A K member, which is basically a Deuce K member sized to fit a Model A frame. You are better off answering adds, visiting vendors, e-bay and keeping your ears open. I got more on me than the trailer I think.
Taken down to its bare essentials, a Model T was more than just affordable transportation. The Speedster conversions that first popped up in the teens, and are still being built today. The biggest thing about modern aluminum tanks is the shape of the ends. I'm keen to hear any suggestions as to how I can go about venting the tank without making something unsightly to fit to it. By on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 - 01:40 pm: What fun, the world is your oyster right now. Hate to say it, but I think gbvette is closer to the truth on this one. If I aint got that bolt size info by the time the shop is finished I will fix that problem with the lathe and a couple hours.
I looked at a bunch of cars and parts, but couldn't find anything that seemed to fit the bill. After I made the first bucket I checked my girlfriend's bucket and went back and got a 55 gallon barrel for her side. Classics on Autotrader is your one-stop shop for the best classic cars, muscle cars, project cars, exotics, hot rods, classic trucks, and old cars for sale. Divide that number by 231. A few hours later, I got a phone call.
It was exactly three miles from my house and I drive past the house often, always hoping to find someone outside so that I could stop and ask if they would be interested in selling it. One of them is slightly older than the car, the other, slightly younger. If you can get it to happen while sitting still it may be easier to find. I would think it would take a hell of a big bump for a baffle to make a banging sound unless all the spot welds came loose. Just a pic I saved from somewhere. By on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 - 11:57 am: They look like S.
Her side had a much larger hole cut out of the seat. Finally, I decided to drop a note in the mailbox. Or am I missing something? This one is from Mas Racing. I'm definitely going to go the open wheel route. Today, I went down to Dave's shop to take a better look at the chassis, and it's surprisingly solid for its age.
By on Friday, June 13, 2008 - 10:10 am: speedwaymotors. Of course, to get around angst over cutting a good frame is to work with a frame or frames that have already been shortend or are bad in some way, those seem to be everywhere well, until you need one, then they disapear By on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 - 04:38 pm: Jeff, here's the front spring on our 1913 speedster that has the lower leaf bent up to lower things. All the new goodies that Dave bought for it have arrived and are awaiting installation. They make a great seat. However, I won't have much money to spend on the project. By on Thursday, November 19, 2009 - 03:43 am: Hi guys, I agree, you would need to do something as the axle would be moved back.
. The Chicago trans is about eleven inches long as I recall. By on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 - 10:45 am: No pictures yet. I did have to shorten my drive shaft anyway. I believe I have seen this very set-up once and the springs were u-bolted to a heavy strap of steel formed to fit the curve of the springs and was bolted to the frame just in front of the rear crossmember. Personally I think the builder did a beautiful job on the body but should have forgone the brass in favor of nickel or chromes and called it a 20 something.