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Richard G.

02-21-2013 16:48:16
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Bought the T in Kansas 10 years ago from Model T Haven. Went to pick it up in February in T shirt. Hit a blizzard on the way home in St. Louis. Rebuilt the engine, transmission and rear axle. Put new spokes and tires and did some body work and painting.I have about 5 grand in it total. People have found out I can work on T's and I have as much work as I want. Almost all parts can be bought new.
This is my second T. I rebuilt my first one in 1968 and made the mistake of selling it. It was my first car. This one has a permanent home and the grand kids love to ride around the place in it.
Richard in NW SC

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gtractorfan

02-22-2013 18:10:20
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 Re: Firewood (tractors included) in reply to Richard G., 02-21-2013 16:48:16  
I see a battery on the floorboard, must have another starter besides the crank.



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Richard G.

02-23-2013 05:38:12
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 Re: Firewood (tractors included) in reply to gtractorfan, 02-22-2013 18:10:20  
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Nope, the battery just provides power to the wooden coils for spark as I hand crank it. 1917 did not have electric starter. After it cranks, you switch over to magneto.
Richard



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JayinNY

02-21-2013 19:28:01
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 Re: Firewood (tractors included) in reply to Richard G., 02-21-2013 16:48:16  
Nice pics, your splitter engine almost looks like my b&s engine I have on my agri metal bedding chopper? Mines an 8hp ic one, looks the same



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Larrystinescorner

02-21-2013 16:51:21
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 Re: Firewood (tractors included) in reply to Richard G., 02-21-2013 16:48:16  
Its beautiful! thanks again,real nice pictures



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