The Daily Driver

For close to a year now, I’ve used my 1939 Ford Sedan as my daily driver. Other than my wife’s family truckster, the ’39 is my newest car and I use it for going to work every morning, trips to the doctor’s office, grocery store excursions, etc… If I gotta go somewhere, my ’39 Ford takes me.

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Model T Is For TANK

Here’s one that popped up on the H.A.M.B. It’s a model-T with tracks. The photo didn’t come with an explanation at all, but one can gather some assumptions. In the background is an Army tank and a number of fellows that look like Army brass. Could this be a military pitch?

They didn’t buy it.

Anyone know anything else about this contraption?

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ElRod Makes A Head Puller

Have a pesky head on your banger that refuses to budge? No sweat… ElRod has the answer.

Check it out.

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Henry Ford’s Experimental Lab

“A focal point for research at Fair Lane was Henry Ford’s Experimental Laboratory. Located on the top floor of the Powerhouse, this area was used from approximately 1919-1924 as a place where work could be conducted in seclusion, away from prying eyes. The experimental labratory room was a precursor to the Ford Engineering Lab constructed in 1923 on Oakwood Boulevard, adjacent to the Henry Ford Museum.”

Read More here.

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Wire Shelves Plastic Bins