JALOPY
Quote :-“In the mid-1950s, Dad came home with what was a Model T chassis trailer. On another trip to the junkyard, he came home with a T engine and transmission, which was one unit. That was the start of a Model T. My dad would not round up a Model T to take apart; he just kept bringing home parts from the junkyard. That and what parts Dad had around the farm are what I used to put together a stripped-down Model T. Mother did not think too much of these ideas. To get out from under this when she griped at him, Dad would say it was my deal and she would not say anything to me about it.”
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JALOPY

Quote :-“In the mid-1950s, Dad came home with what was a Model T chassis trailer. On another trip to the junkyard, he came home with a T engine and transmission, which was one unit. That was the start of a Model T. My dad would not round up a Model T to take apart; he just kept bringing home parts from the junkyard. That and what parts Dad had around the farm are what I used to put together a stripped-down Model T. Mother did not think too much of these ideas. To get out from under this when she griped at him, Dad would say it was my deal and she would not say anything to me about it.”


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