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Old 09-27-2007, 06:59 PM
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MODEL T FORD SNOWMOBILE KIT on ebay

Saw this while surfing ebay thought someone here may beable to use it.
Hope its ok to post If not inform me and I'll edit it out
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Cool find, thanks for posting
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Your welcome.
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They made all kinds of kits for the model T back in those days...I have seen buzz saw kits, grain grinding kits..you name it.
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Really was the first mass produced affordable internal combustion engine
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Here's another:



And a Rat Sled:



Or how about this:



Or the limo version:


More at this prior thread: Model T Snowmobiles
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Model T snowmobile kit

Some of these snowmobiles were used well into the late '40's for delivering mail, snow bound rescue, etc. I know of one based on a model A sitting in an old shed in northern Minnesota. NO, it's not for sale!!!

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And a Rat Sled:




Looks a lot like what you are working on now!!! Especially with the tank strapped to the back.

By the way got a name for your new bad boy toy? How about cboy's toy? Not unlike Goodguys!

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Brew,

Ya just made me shoot coffee out my nose laughin' !!!!!

(but I do have a bigger back window.)
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How 'bout this one..
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