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Tom Benjey

Model T mechanic needed in Central PA

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I need to hire a Model T mechanic to get one running. It shouldn't take more than a day, two at the most. It's a 1926 chassis and running gear with a depot hack body. The sheet metal is off to be painted, so access is easier. The car is located in the Carlisle area.

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Jan, clubs in general are great for networking;  but for this case,

I think he needs a more immediate answer.  Thankfully, he's in the

heart of antique-car territory.

 

I know of several excellent restoration shops in the area--

and probably well qualified for Model T's--but they tend to

have waiting lists of months upon months.  I'll send a P. M.

with the name of one man I know.

Edited by John_S_in_Penna (see edit history)

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It’s easier to get a Model J Duesenberg fixed than it is to fine someone to fix a Ford T. I make this statement from experience! 

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15 minutes ago, Zimm63 said:

I thought anyone with a pair of slipjoint pliers and a hammer was a Model T mechanic.  

 

You forgot the 2 ft of baling wire

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9 hours ago, Tom Benjey said:

I need to hire a Model T mechanic to get one running. It shouldn't take more than a day, two at the most. It's a 1926 chassis and running gear with a depot hack body. The sheet metal is off to be painted, so access is easier. The car is located in the Carlisle area.

 

I suggest you sign up at http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/822076/822076.html?1516474856

There are people there sitting in front of their computers drooling for people like you to ask questions....... 😁

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He asked us a question, but then he hasn't

visited the forum since the day he asked the question.

I sent him a Private Message but he never read it.

 

Tom, come back--your forum friends want to help you!

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