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Vintage Ford Tools

Hello, my father just bought a 1925 model t doctors coupe. For Christmas id like to put together a vintage tool kit for the car. Im wondering if anyone knows if any company has pre made kits to buy. I have found some tools on ebay that i have bought. just looking for a few more. (or if anyone knows someone that has a mother load of ford tools) please let me know.

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There weren't many tools for the Model 'T'.

I have a stock 1931 Ford Deluxe Roadster.

Basic toolkits consisted of a mechanical screw jack. A hand tire pump. A tire pressure gauge. Three tire irons, A spare tube. A tube repair kit. A water pump wrench (Model A). A brake adjusting tool (Model A). A 'Monkey' wrench. (Note: A monkey wrench is not a crescent wrench although they both have a movable jaw). A few open end wrenches (Forged steel) in 1/2", 9/16", 3/4" and possibly a couple of larger ones for the spindle nut. A small variety of cotter pins. Baling wire was often included.

Some replica or re-manufactured tools are available from several sources that specialize in the Model 'T' Ford and the Model 'A' Ford.

Try Mike's "A" Ford-Able Parts, Mac's Antique Auto , Bratton's and Snyder's .

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The original crank handle was also the crank for the screw jack. There was a straight bar that went with it.

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