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    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    I have joined this forum in hope of finding parts and advice on repair and maintaining my model tt
    Thank you Ralph Sullender

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    • JDupuis
      JDupuis commented
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      Welcome to the forum.
      Start asking questions. The team is here to help! . Jeff

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    Welcome Ralph to the VFF!
    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    • #4
      Hey Ralph, WELCOME to the VFF!!
      You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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      • #5
        Welcome Ralph, If there's a answer to your questions, one of the guys on here will have it !!! (except for me of course) LOL. Enjoy
        “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.” (Will Rogers).

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        • #6
          I'm new to the model T forum, but have been on the A forum most of the way. As a new owner of a doctors coupe it is my first T. I have had many A's but only worked on two Tee's. They belonged to some one else.
          Last edited by George Miller; 07-24-2018, 07:36 AM.

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          • Mitch
            Mitch commented
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            George congrats on the new addition to your stable. Are you sure that it won't be to SLOW for you?
            How bout posting some pics!!

          • George Miller
            George Miller commented
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            My Wife loves it, so I have to deal with it. I will post some pictures as soon as we get it. I wonder how fast it would be with one of my hopped up A engines. She would not know the difference.

        • #7
          Congratulations on the "new" family member, I never owned one but it was always my favorite car to see at a show, anxious to see pictures.
          “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.” (Will Rogers).

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        • #8
          I'm new to Model T's, having purchased a 1917 Touring in late fall of this year. Right now the car is apart as I'm going through all the systems in order to insure I have a car ready for some serious touring this coming spring. I live in the Thumb of Michigan, not far from Lake Huron in a rural area. There aren't many other Model T people in my area so forums like this are my main source of help, advice, parts and Model T talk.

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          • Mitch
            Mitch commented
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            Welcome Oldav8tor to the VFF!!

          • DaWizard
            DaWizard commented
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            Hey Oldav8tor, WELCOME to the VFF!!

            The data base here is growing daily all across the early years of Ford cars, I sure hope you find what you need, and if not, please feel free to ask, There is a lot of old information floating around in the heads of those here that just needs a question to bring it to the surface.

        • #9
          Humm missed this somehow? I moved my business from San Diego to Licking Mo. at the first of the year. One of the vehicles I brought with me is a 1918 T mostly original as far as I can tell. I did some bartering for it just before leaving SD. and somehow found room on the trailer for it on one of trips back. My Brother in law showed interest in it so it is now his. It looks like its going to be a joint effort to get it going for him, and being it is in my shop I have more of an opportunity to do hands on work to it. So on his behalf im asking advice and questions when ever and where ever I can. Appreciate all the help to this point and look forward to talking Model T with you in the future. Bob

          Last edited by Metal Twister; 08-18-2019, 01:21 PM.
          “It has been my observation that most people get ahead during the time that others waste” Henry Ford

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          • #10
            This is my first time on the sight. I have a 26 coup that my dad bought when I was eight years old. It is mostly original except my dad added a coil and distributor. I still have the original coils and box, trying to decide if I should put the coils back in. It has not run in over twenty years.
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            1926 Model T coup

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            • #11
              Hunter gatherer WELCOME to the VFF!!
              You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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              • #12
                Originally posted by Hunter gatherer View Post
                coil and distributor
                Nothing wrong with using a distributor! The distributor would be easier to getting it running again, then if you chose go to the timer and coils. Clean the points check the wiring, plug the spark plugs (clean), put oil in cylinders, new battery and change engine oil. If engine turns freely, it well likely start and run.

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