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  1. Hello to all, I have come across some old lights that may interest many of you. I have a Ford twolite headlamp, 2-guide yellow fog lamps with bumper brackets from a 1937 buick and also a tailgate handle w/ tail light and licence plate bracket from the same vehicle. In addition I have a pair of arrow 500's one has a msf9 fog light in it and the other has a L33 lens. And also some vintage bus lights. Attached are links to my craigslist post in Rochester, ny for pictures. Email me if your interested in anything. All prices are posted or best offer. Antique Vehicle Lights, Model A headlamp
  2. Hi members! I've been busy updating the Model T Enthusiasts website, more valuable learning resources, particularly the new page about Model T uses - read about the multitude of innovative purposes the Model T was adapted to, some weird and wonderful, others just plain commonsense! http://www.fordmodelt.net <- Click the link! Follow the new link at the top "Model T Uses" Stay tuned!
  3. Hi members! I've been busy updating the Model T Enthusiasts website, more valuable learning resources, particularly the new page about Model T uses - read about the multitude of innovative purposes the Model T was adapted to, some weird and wonderful, others just plain commonsense! http://www.fordmodelt.net/ <- Click the link! Follow the new link at the top "Model T Uses" Stay tuned! :cool:
  4. Going thru old photos and came across these photos. Can anyone out there Id them for me? thanks
  5. G'day Members! Thought I'd share what I got up to on the weekend... Check out the video <- Click the link!
  6. G'day Members! The Enthusiasts Photo Gallery has been completely rebuilt. The old one was getting rather slow with the volume of photos, so now I've implemented a much faster gallery. Feel free to create an account and upload pictures of your own Model T! The gallery is moderated so as to keep the photos appropriate. Head over to the site and click "Photo Gallery" at the top of the page... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Also, if you haven't already, join the Model T Enthusiast's Group on Facebook, it's a great way to stay connected! https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Until next time
  7. Hi members! For the benefit of our newest members, (and also long standing ones!), Just thought I'd pass on these resources I've put together... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Dedicated Model T site with mountains of free information, videos, pictures, links and more... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ If you're on Facebook, this is a great place to keep in touch with fellow Model T owners and enthusiasts... See you there! http://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector My YouTube channel where all my Model T training videos can be found! Hope you all find something useful from these links
  8. G'day Members! The Enthusiasts Photo Gallery has been completely rebuilt. The old one was getting rather slow with the volume of photos, so now I've implemented a much faster gallery. Feel free to create an account and upload pictures of your own Model T! The gallery is moderated so as to keep the photos appropriate. Head over to the site and click "Photo Gallery" at the top of the page... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Also, if you haven't already, join the Model T Enthusiast's Group on Facebook, it's a great way to stay connected! https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Until next time
  9. Found an old carburetor and cant seem to find anything about it anywhere. So I figured I would use the wonderful world of forums to find answers. Also came across some old guide fog lights and a Ford Twolite headlamp. Anyways back to the carb. Markings are as stated: Marvel Schebler Division Borg Warner Model # C-D-I-B . patent numbers 1536043 and 2050995. All help is greatly appreciated
  10. G'day Members! So it seems more and more people are using Facebook as a medium for staying in touch with those close to them and for keeping updated with their favorite topics... Why don't we do the same with Model T Enthusiasts... Here's the dedicated group I set up for everyone to enjoy... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Of course you'll need a Facebook account to join, but it's worth it! See you there!
  11. Hi again Members! I thought I'd share something special - my dedicated Model T website... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ I put together this site to bring together all that's great about the Ford Model T, built between 1908 and 1927. If you own a Ford Model T, want to own one, know someone who does, or just love old cars in general, then this is the site for you! The site contains... Model T manuals and spec sheets, Links to parts suppliers, Links to vehicle import services I've used How to drive the Model T Model T specifications A biography of Henry Ford Model T Videos Plus heaps more! My 192
  12. http://www.fordmodelt.net/ is now available in 66 different languages! What a marvelous resource Google is! I have just implemented the language translator service on the website, so no matter where you live in the World, you can now comfortably read the content on FordModelT.net in your native language. All you have to do is click the “Select Language” drop down list at the top of the site, next to the Language icon , then choose your native language! Any problems, please let me know, although I cannot help you with mis-translations — thats Google’s department!
  13. Hi Members, I thought I'd post these videos I created... If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. Model T Educational Videos: - How to Start & How to Drive - Starting Safely & How to Change Gear - Cold Starting & Engine Running - Looking at the Brakes - The Transmission & ClutchI also have videos of car shows I have attended, which can be found through my website, or YouTube channel. FordModelT.net - For Model T Owners & Enthusiasts I set up a Model T Enthusiasts group on Facebook, a great place to network and talk T's See you there! https://www.
  14. I have a pair of 1940 Ford front fenders in excellent condition. They are already painted turquoise, have few scratches and no dents or rust. They are for 1940 cars, although I'm told they can be made to fit 1940 pick-ups with some alterations. $999. for the pair.
  15. I found this car (image: http://goo.gl/jQ68U) in an abandoned garage in Detroit this year. The last patent listed in the image is #1,640,118 which was patented in 1927 (Patent US1640118 - VALVE MECHAKISM FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - Google Patents). Does anyone have a way of telling when this car was made?
  16. My grandfather recently gave me the keys to his 1940 Ford Sedan Standard. I'm not a car buff but I am honored more than anyone can imagine. This beauty runs good and the body is in great shape. Should I replace some of the small things like the window handles, radio, antenna, stitch up the interior or just leave it alone? It has a 1950 Flathead from a Ford truck V8 85 Hp. Since some items have already been replaced in the past, will I be deducting some of its worth by replacing some of those parts that wil just look better new? I am NOT interested in selling it but obviously do not want t
  17. <!--[if gte mso 9]><xml> <o:OfficeDocumentSettings> <o:AllowPNG/> </o:OfficeDocumentSettings> </xml><![endif]--> Price reduced: $3,000: 1959 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan (4-door), auto, 292 cu in. V8. Complete, solid car. A great driver. Great example of original unrestored '59 Fairlane. The 292 Y-block starts right up and runs okay, but has issues typical of these engines: oil leak, low pressure at low RPM, slight knock. Restore or keep as is. Located in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Call 301-977-3138. <!--[if gte mso 9]><xml> <w:WordD
  18. Extremely rare vehicle as there were very few produced. Price is $24,500. Delivery is available. For complete details along with additional photos, email collectorcarsandparts@yahoo.com or call 573-541-1970
  19. New to this forum... if this isn't the right area, apologies. I have the pleasure of finding a new home for family restored and owned 1938 Ford Coupe body off restore. Looking for help for an honest appraisal or even base starting point. I'm not new to classic or antique restores, ownership or sales, but this one is different. Many, many mods, new parts, rebuilt parts, etc. etc. The main problem is I am in the CA bay area and the car is in Lake County, near Clearlake, CA. If I can successfully get this done online or in person with a list of everything on, in, and around the car, great! If not
  20. I inherited by grandfather's 1956 Ford Mainline Tudor this past year. The car is completely original with the exception of being repainted at some point. The I6 engine has 30K original miles with a 3 speed on the column transmission. I'm not sure what my brother and I are going to do with the vehicle since neither of us have the time to maintain it or place to store it. Can anyone provide some info on the current market value of the vehicle, desirability to collectors, and maitenance costs. Thanks!
  21. I have a 1929 Model A coupe. My copper manifold gaskets blew and needs to be replaced. It was brought to my attention that I didn't do it right the first time so I am doing this again and want to do it right this time. I am getting conflicting things to do. I had a friend tell me not to use the Indian Head shellac on the manifold gaskets because it gets too hot and will blow plus you don't use shellac on copper gaskets but in my Model A for the restorer book says that I should use shellac on the manifold gaskets. I also can't find if there is a certain torque to use when tightening the ma
  22. We just traded for a 1964 ford econoline truck that a friend of mine wanted but after I traded for it his wife said no way......so no its for sale..The truck has had over 80% restored before its previous owner passed away.... It is a very solid truck with no rusted panels or floor pans...Has been painted from the top down just needs the bottom half finished and the finishing touches and she will be ready for any show or really nice daily driver. The truck is located in the Memphis,Tn area if interested let me know. If its not sold before the first of next month then we are going to bring it ho
  23. Studebaker Rectangular Porcelain sign 2 sided 3' X 5' Comes with hanging ring Condition side 1 8.5 Condition side 2 8.5 Very nice gloss $4800.00 OBO You can email me at mikeschwabsigns@gmail.com or call me on my cell 23nine-404-one972 Goto http://mikeschwabsigns.com to see additional pictures Thanks!
  24. Ford 400 M-block V8 Engine and C6 transmission for sale. It was pulled out of a 1974 Ford LTD that was sitting for ten years. I'm told the motor and trans only have 25K miles. Please reply with your name and phone number if you are interested. Located in Oakland, CA.
  25. a hard to find piece if you need it...great shape $100 can be picked up in Richmond, VA or arrangements can be made for shipping thanks
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