Old tools Part II

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Jogeephus

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Just wondering if anyone knew what these tools are used for. Please note, I think the white spots on ground are where the snow flakes hit. (Sorry, just couldn't help myself. Just felt like tossing some salt on ya'll suffering from cabin fever) :lol2:


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kenny thomas":1ba7nu4k said:
All the tools to fix a flat on a Model T while on the road?

You got it. Friend of mine just bought one and he was showing it to me today. These tools are neat. Heck the car is neat.

edit - here are the tires. The woodwork is real craftmanship. IMO

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I've never really been around them before. I mean I've seen them but not up close and personal like today. They really are something. You can see how they used common sense when the technology was lacking. My friend is really proud of his new car. Now it looks like we will be building a garage.
 

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Nice ones to ride in the parades. Interesting how they could adjust the carb. from inside the cab while driving. Now you have to have a computer to see if it is running.
 

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They would also go about anywhere.A old man once told me when buying tires the narrower the better for going in the mud and used the old model A&T for examples.
 

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