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looking for veteran white truck parts for a model TC 5 ton chaindrive truck 1915/16, i need a radiator, steering and rear sprockets, interested in any mechanical parts big or small, i have tried the white truck club and aths, with no luck so far, any help would be appreciated, thanks mike.

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hi, yes i have had some luck with locating a white dump truck of the same age that has a radiator and a few other useful parts, just trying to negotiate buying them, through help from the motor transport museum in san diego CA i now know that my truck is a 3 ton model TC longwheelbase flatdeck not a 5 ton model TC as i thought originally, as far as restoration work i have done some chassis repairs, but until i find and acquire the parts i need doing any major work would be jumping the gun! thanks for your interest, mike.

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Mike,

I am interested in what you are doing because I am studying the history of a local lumber company that used a ~1913 White Truck for transporting supplies. I believe it was also a 3 ton White Truck. On the internet there are not a lot of photos, so I would love it if you sent photos of your progress. It is my dream to build a model of the who lumber seen. As a part of that I would make a model of the White Truck.

Please keep in touch.

Matthew

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hi dan, your truck looks like its in very good condition and original, i am still looking for some of the smaller parts for my 5 ton model, the glass oil sight fitting on the bulkhead, a fueltank or some detailed pictures and measurements, and any sheetmetal or plans/pictures of, if you know of anyone with spares or parts i'd be pleased to hear from them, thanks mike.

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Hi Mike, here's a couple of pics of the pedal assembly. It swivels easily, surface rust only. Let me know if it's correct for your application. The steering column I have does not have the box, it's the column, steering wheel spider, horn button, gas pedal and bracket where it bolts to the firewall.

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my 1922 white truck is in need of new tires 10 24 or 9.00 24 i found a tire shopin midwest usa called tire town that claims to have many 24 inch truck n tractor tires very reasonably priced i also have a real good lookin 1922 white carburator for sale seems to be good with manifold all there 100 dollors or maybe trade for 1967 ford 1 barrel carb for 6 cyl. if good ready to run . also my 22 white is for sale or trade for smaller old truck 50 or older driver my 22 is all stock eccept i run a ford 6 banger n c 4 auto trans drives nice has truck 1922 plates registered to it n 12 volt

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i just posted a picture of a 1922 bonnet latch . its basicaly a double loop top hole for finger bottom hole fits over pin on bonnett top piece ,loops, is threaded onto lower tube ,threads are spring loaded internaly and base is pivot from base with two rivits holding it to frame rail cover tin picture is in my area ,rnrfranklin

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I have a chain drive running gear about 1915 for sale for parts , long chassis and have a 1/2 restored 1916 white oil delivery truck , and a 1916 doodle bug all for sale my email is Schoolst210@yahoo.com thanks david

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There was a 17 White truck rolling chassis out in Scapoose OR for quite awhile. Not sure what happened to it but you may see if you can find someone who can track it down for you.

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Thanks a sell, only way i can think of finding someone willing to look could be on facebook? maybe? can you remember if the chassis was chaindrive, were the sprockets still on the rear wheels?

mike.

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