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Old 09-20-2007, 09:59 AM
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Hi, I'm just starting a new project of a model T coupe. And when i got the car i'm also being giving any other axles, diffys, wood wheels and bumpers that he collected over the years. Is any one using this stuff? and is there anyplace to help id the parts so i know what I have?

I won't be needing most of this becasue it's becoming a street rod.
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There are some very active groups that collect and restore Model T's so hang on to what ever you have until you run across some of those guys...Not sure of the clubs in Canada but we have an active club here that puts on a swap meet every year..

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fordbarn.com

You can buy and sell just to old Ford guys there. You may even find a gennie piece to give your hot rod a little soul.
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OK. Sounds like a plan I'm hoping to get this stuff home and start to guess what it is and try and sell it either online or at local swap meets. Maybe fund the project some or help pay for the body and frame.

I do know there is a couple of major clubs in my area (Southern Saskatchewan) that are around just not sure about the little ones. Maybe Homebrew could point in a right direction?

Is there any "picture book" Id online so i'm better educated about what the parts are from so i don't look like an idiot when I'm selling them. Worst comes to worst I'll just photograph them and let you guys take a crack at them.

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Where about's are you in Sk?

The Majestics Car Club is having a swap meet on Oct. 20 at the Prairie Building in Regina. The Antique Car Club has one in the spring at the same time as the Majestics car show.

I do know one guy who used to restore Model T's but he just rebuilds the coils and flywheels now. He would have some contacts I am sure. PM me if you want more info.
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Here are some links to on line catalogues and model T sites that I forgot to include earlier:

http://www.fordor.com/OnLine.asp

http://www.fordbarn.com/

http://www.modelthaven.com/

http://www.modeltford.com/

http://www.tocmp.com/books/T/Manual/index.htm

http://www.parts123.com/parts123/yb....hPage~cadeffcC

http://www.snydersantiqueauto.com/modeltparts

http://www.rootlieb.com/
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Well I'm going to the one in Regina to see what I can find, maybe start to make some contacts of my own. I was planing on contacting the major clubs around like the majestics, shifter, collectors car club, ect. But the one club I was told about I couldn't find any contact info for is the dusty spokes. I was told that they were a club that was into more origional type cars, but I'm not to sure if they are still around.

I hope to get some pictures up of the parts so I can say what I have.

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Now you are talking.. Get on up there and you will have the opportunity to get flyers and info about the meets in the area..Costs and scheduling all that..

Getting off the couch and getting out there gets results..

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