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  1. The Model T short block furthest in looks like an early one - note the small crankshaft pulley. It might be worth saving depending on how early.
  2. In my humble opinion, this thread was posted one month and one day too early.
  3. Model T Ford chassis I'm guessing ca. 1914-1918.
  4. Another Long Shot: #1: I thought this might be for a Fordson Tractor but I could be wrong. #2 Early mechanical brake parts? #3: Radiator Bolts? and Lug Nut Studs? #4 Rear Axle Seals? 5: I have no idea. Thanks in advance for your help.
  5. The 3-Screw Holley is for a 1912 T. The Metz used the same carburetor design except it was marked "Waltham" instead of Holley.
  6. Another long shot: Is this part of an early towing setup? Thanks for looking
  7. Another long shot - anyone recognize this U-Joint? Thanks
  8. Probably not the right place for this but I'm going to try anyway - these were found mixed in with some antique car parts. They look like part of a router or a riveting machine or something - they're spring loaded. Of course no mfr's logo or other identifying markings. Any ideas?
  9. This is a long shot but does any one recognize these? The crank handle looks like an early Model T Ford but it's drilled out on one end. The small body iron has those odd football-shaped carriage bolt heads. Also another body iron and a shackle. Any Ideas? Thanks In advance.
  10. The Ford in the background is a 1913.
  11. The car in front is an Overland c. 1917 - 1919. The car behind it is a Ford Model T from about the same era.
  12. It looks like a split case transaxle which makes it 1960 or earlier. The floorboards don't look rusted out either. It just might be worth saving.
  13. These were saved from the scrapper. I was told they are from a Model A or possibly a Model T Ford, there were some 1928-1929 Model A parts in the same pile. Some of them have a wooden box built around them, the wood is obviously past saving. Can any one confirm this? And, more importantly, are they worth hanging on to or are they just junk? Thanks in advance for your help.
  14. http://www.antiquetmotorsports.com