broncodriver2

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  1. you know I think that you're cooking with gas! sure looks allot like it. I'll get the tire size and wheel base measurements!
  2. My family has been farming for four generations and my parents are retiring so it's time for a farm sale. This has been around forever and was a horse drawn wagon at one time when my father was little. Hate to send it to the scrap yard but don't have a clue as to what it is. Thinking maybe a late 1920's something? No markings on it other than a letter D on the rear differential or maybe I just don't know where to look. It also has 4 mechanical brakes. So far now one has been able to figure it out. They say not a Ford, Dodge, Nash or REO on other forums.
  3. My family has been farming for four generations and my parents are retiring so it's time for a farm sale. This has been around forever and was a horse drawn wagon at one time when my father was little. Hate to send it to the scrap yard but don't have a clue as to what it is. Thinking maybe a late 1920's something? No markings on it other than a letter D on the rear differential or maybe I just don't know where to look. It also has 4 mechanical brakes. Hoping one of you can help identify it.
  4. Can someone tell me more about this? Fairly complete rear diff, frame, suspension, brake drums, and rims. The only thing I easily see is a D on the rear diff email me if you want these pictures sent to you email me broncodriver2@hotmail.com My parents are retiring after 4 generations of farming and I hate to send this to the scrape pile without knowing what it was or if it's worth anything. My father remembers using it a wagon with a team of horses at one time too. Nash? Packard? late 1920's? If someone tells me where to look on it to find more information that would be great too.
  5. I do think it's some sort of truck I'll do some measurements when I get back to the farm
  6. If it's not a Ford then does anyone have any other ideas? I hate to just send it to the scrap yard without knowig anything about it.
  7. an someone tell me more about this? Thinking it's a model T seems fairly complete rear diff, frame, suspension, brake drums, and rims. The only thing I easily see is a D on the rear diff email me if you want these pictures sent to you broncodriver2@hotmail.com