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WTB Baker Electric Project

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Baker cars are a dime a dozen. LOL Just kidding.   How many Baker trucks have you seen?   Seriously though, how about a 1911 Baker Model O  Light truck project? 

John

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Do you have pics just depends I have my heart set on what I call the top hat one which is probably the rarest I would imagine still trying to find info on this.

 

 

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OK,   I know it looks scary but the basic chassis is there. The wood wheels can be duplicated and hard rubber tires fitted.

An authentic flatbed and simple cab can be fabricated in wood like the original. 

You would need a motor/controls and a steering column. All new components are available to repower this chassis. 

The data plates are attached to the frame. 

Found and located in Iowa.     John

 

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