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Old 05-05-2010, 10:07 PM   #1
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Wow… It’s been a crazy couple of weeks here at the brand spanking new Ford Barn World Headquarters. Acquiring the Ford Barn was not in the cards for this year, but we just couldn’t sit idly buy and let the doors close. We’d simply gotten too much out of the joint in the past to let that happen. A quick phone call to every man’s hero, Shelly, and the deed was done. Now you fellas have to put up with me as I try like hell to fill her huge shoes.

The first order of business was to get the Ford Barn into a more modern environment. You are looking at the new threads right now… Ain’t she grand? This was done for two primary reasons:

1. The old Ford Barn data is priceless and we wanted it preserved and searchable. The new format will allow us to search all of the great posts of old and learn from our past… and that’s what we are all about, right? While the old data has not been imported yet, it will be very soon. Hold your horses.

2. The old Ford Barn was also hard to use, full of spam, and just downright impossible to maintain. The new format fixes all of this and gives all of you many more options as far as functionality.

Now, I’m sure there is a contingent of you that is resistant to change. I get it. And I’m going to try as hard as I can to ease you into this new format. Take your time, be patient, and you just might be surprised with what we have put together here. A good place to start is with the basic tutorial I put together for you. Click here to check it out.

The rest of you are probably pretty familiar with our format. Jump in and have fun… This all for you.

To close, I just want to thank Shelly once again for giving me this opportunity. She has served this community so well over the years and I am honored to pick up the torch and give it my all as well.

See you fellas on the flip side.

Ryan Cochran

P.S. There are bound to be some bugs and broken links floating around the new site. If you see any, just post them on the Q&S forum. I’ll get em fixed!
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Old 05-10-2010, 09:53 AM   #2
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Ryan...
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Old 05-10-2010, 10:32 AM   #3
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Ryan;
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Old 05-10-2010, 10:35 AM   #4
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I'm likin' what I'm seein'....

Just hope all the old gang makes the swap. It's a lot for them to learn here....but, I'll help where and when I can.

Nice job, Ryan...hang in there...!
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Old 05-11-2010, 09:58 PM   #5
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Ryan,

Love the new look !!! And the sectional layouts. Ts are another one of my vises as well..........

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Old 05-11-2010, 10:12 PM   #6
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Nice set up. A lot easier to maneuver than the old layout.
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Old 05-23-2010, 01:49 AM   #7
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Very Nice New Format!!

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Old 05-23-2010, 05:37 AM   #8
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:28 AM   #9
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Much better than the old format!! Thank you!
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Old 05-29-2010, 10:38 AM   #10
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Ryan, you rock! The site is looking awesome! I love the new graphics of old Fordige. I'm lookig forward to the future. I know you mentioned this was not an easy task, but if anyone can do it it's you. Thanks a million dude!!
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Old 08-08-2010, 11:44 AM   #11
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Ryan:

At first I had trouble get a pass word set up but now it works great and a lot of good reading and info.
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Old 11-07-2011, 02:59 PM   #12
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19vicky31 here. I just joined and I know I'll enjoy it and will have fun. Good day to every one.
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:48 AM   #13
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Hey Ryan... I want to congradulate you on the Model T forum... After being across the hall at the "Lame" place, this is a treat! If theres any problems with my pic posting or submissions, please let me know. Thanks again and Happy Holidays!! Bill in Two Rivers, Wi.
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Old 01-10-2012, 07:42 AM   #14
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Thanks for the welcome. Purchased my first t a month ago. Its a fenderless speedster with Hayes wire wheels, Winnfield model M carb, Eisemann magneto, and what I believe to be a Frontenac head. Last tagged in '65, I will be restoring it. The head has me curious. On the top of the head in the center are the letters MF raised in the casting. The serial number begins and ends with the letter S. Can anyone verify that I have a Frontenac model S head? Also need to find good info on the model m carb. Any feedback on the car would be appreciated. Thanks, Danny
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Old 03-11-2012, 08:33 PM   #15
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This is a great site, its very easy to use Thanks.
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Old 09-24-2012, 08:36 PM   #16
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Very nice site. OK, after realizing I've been posting off the wall here...

Name is Susanne. Was raised arond Model T's - when I was about 11, I got chased to the garage to "help dad" and been hooked ever since (for the past 40 years or so - dont you DARE do the math!!!) - occasionally taking on restorations projects, helping fellow T owners get their babys purring like they did a century or so ago, and generally helping other T Fordaholics keep their babys running for *their* grandkids!! I love the new site, and it works amazing. THANK YOU for making another resource for us T owners, mechanics, and affectianados - my hope is that our babys will continue to thrive for at least another 105 years +, and continue to be the reliable, unkillable vehicle that HF had in mind back in the mid-00's (that's 1900's) when he set his mind to a cheap, durable, reliable, economical (an of course repairable) car!
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Old 09-27-2012, 05:55 AM   #17
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Thanks for all the hardwork Ryan....

Truely a great start....it's nice to be able to discuss the finer things about our hobby and to see the passion we all have to help each other....even over here in OZ.

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Old 11-23-2012, 05:56 PM   #18
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just making sure my account works..
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Old 03-11-2013, 04:35 AM   #19
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Old 03-19-2013, 07:59 PM   #20
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First time at this site - do I get to ask questions?
I need to know how to get into Lokwel fat man steering wheel. My mechanic doesn't know & I may need to change gears in it. Thanks for any help.
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:19 PM   #21
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I need to know how to get into Lokwel fat man steering wheel. My mechanic doesn't know & I may need to change gears in it. Thanks for any help.

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Not sure where to post this?

But, I need the dimensions for a 1914 Model T Touring car ( max. hieght with top down & max width to roll between door openings). Any help is great!
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Go back to the T section here and "start a new thread" in the blue box above and to the left. Easy-peezy-japaneezy! Welcome aboard! ws
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Hi,
Just joined up from New Zealand as I am starting a 25 T tub project like the Red Hynes car. Been on the H.A.M.B. for a while now as ForEverFour.
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A big thank you! I love this site. Again thank you for a great site.
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Thanks Ryan, what a great site to while away the hours, lots of stories, information and most of all, helpful members, great to be part of it,
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Old 02-07-2015, 11:10 AM   #27
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I'm new here too. But so far I like what I see. Picking up my 1st T end of next month. It's a very solid 22 touring car very complete and runs great. Been waiting my whole life for one but business and family always came first. I'm now 39 and just wanted something else to cherish just as much.
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Hi Folks,
I'm the new guy here. Our family is involved in the car biz. We own a diesel repair shop and towing company. Looking forward to conversing with you all. If any of you are in the Tampa area please look us up!

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Just signed up. Some pretty cool stuff on here. We have four companies, autobody, painting, transmission, and towing. Excited to dig more into this site. In the trenches, that's where you find the best stuff.

We are in south florida, and canada.

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Please add us to your mailing lists.

We also have a Regina roofing company owned by us and 2 owners of the three ford dealerships in town, www.reginaroofs.com

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Thank you for having us, Ryan, and gathering all these wonderful people to share our journeys together. We're all here because of our love for Ford's masterpieces. It's great to be a member of the team.
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Howdy! Awesome website! glad to be part of it.
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Old 03-18-2017, 12:37 PM   #32
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Hey guys, brand new member here -

Really enjoying digging through the archives. I have two companies - window tinting/auto detailing and towing. looking forward to hearing from some of you veterans weighing in on some of my questions cuz i have a ton. These forums are gold for poeple like me.

I don't know how many of you are "spinning too many plates", but I'm also co-owner with my 2 cousins of a Cincinnati tree service company (where they live). Like me they are in the auto repair business too, but with how competitive the industry there they felt they had no other choice but to diversify. (Their actually pretty good www.treeremovalcincy.com )

My auto locations are in IN. Could you add me to your mailing list please?

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Anyone else have multiple businesses going on? i'm interested in tips on how to stay organized - biggest struggle for me...
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How do I post a message?????????

I can't seem to see it at all

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you posted and replied to your(?) question on 3/6. If you need to see if there have been any updates, click on your name in above post and in the drop down box click on "find more post by jjpetrus"
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:13 AM   #35
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Hey guys I'm new here as well.

Really looking forward to doing lots of research here as I am hoping to buy an old Model A in the future, and this forum is essential to having the right info. I've poked around all over so far and it's amazing how much helpful info is here.

A little about me--

I'm a roofer in Goodyear AZ and I love old Fords. I've been saving and saving for almost 20 years now in hopes of getting my dream Model A one day.

If anybody has any advice for me, in any respect, please don't hesitate to let me know.

Thanks in advance for all the great help.

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Hey guys I'm new here as well.

Really looking forward to doing lots of research here as I am hoping to buy an old Model A in the future, and this forum is essential to having the right info. I've poked around all over so far and it's amazing how much helpful info is here.

A little about me--

I'm a roofer in Goodyear AZ and I love old Fords. I've been saving and saving for almost 20 years now in hopes of getting my dream Model A one day.

If anybody has any advice for me, in any respect, please don't hesitate to let me know.

Thanks in advance for all the great help.

Jason
Welcome to the Ford Barn, Jason. If you're interested in Model A's, you could also post on the Model A board. I always figured, if you were in AZ, you could just walk out into the desert and find old Fords.
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A lot easier to maneuver than the old layout.


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Hi everyone! I have <a href="http://www.romegatowing.com/">tow truck company in Rome </a> I'm new to this forum and looking forward to sharing with you guys!
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Hi everyone! I have a towing service Rome GA. I'm new to this forum and looking forward to sharing with you guys!
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First timer here! I love old Ford's. Don't have one just yet but I'm working on getting there! I own a towing company in Arizona -- www.mesatowingcompany.com -- and I do a lot of towing for the Barrett-Jackson auction every year. I get to see some of the most gorgeous classics out there and it makes me jealous every time! Got my eye on a Model T but still not quite there yet. Looking forward to getting into this forum and seeing a bunch of beauties!
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Welcome to more combined knowledge than could could have ever hoped to find in one place. Towing for Barrett-Jackson??? How can "perfect" cars require towing?
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Welcome to the group -

I have multiple companies also - a window tinting company in Sarasota and towing companies throughout the southeast. I agree, these forums are gold mines.

I'm also co-owner of a tree service company. It looks like we have a lot in common.
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Just joined a few days ago, site seems to be working great.
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Hello all from N.E.Ohio !!
Just joined your forum.
Have been around Model Ts since I was born. My father was a avid collector and did his own upholstery and poured and fit bearings.
He passed 15 years ago and mom was not that interested in doing anything with the parts.
She recently has had some health issues and I inherited the car and the task (I use that word lightly lol) of liquidating the 2 garage fulls of parts. I have only begun to sort things out....

The 24 touring car that the old man built in the 60s from bushel baskets is still running. I have a few things to do, such as having the radiator flushed out and a small leak fixed. The good news is, I am a 30+ year auto technician and helped Pop with the T since I was a little kid.
A little more about the car is. It's a 24 with a 26 chassis and a Ruxstell rear axle with 3:1 gears. I have a higher compression aluminum head to replace. Had one before, but it cracked the winter after Pop passed and I was unaware that the heater was acting up. Put a stock head on it and found an aluminum one recently. At one time he was clocked by a friend at 62mph !!
He drove the car, no trailering. Drove to TN, IL, MI, several times for International club meets. I grew up in the back seat.

Anyhow, glad to be aboard and will be asking stupid questions from time to time
Plan to keep the car and some parts. I don't do FB or much social media, but talk on a couple gun forums occasionally. If I can figure it out, I'll put a picture of the touring car on soon.

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Hello out there! Checking in from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Looking forward to perusing these forums.

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