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Originally Posted by 49fordv8f4 View Post
Bill, The model T didn't have a water pump, All model As did. That is a model A head. Model B and C used a different pump and head. My Gordon Smith Model A air compressor uses a B pump.
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I know the T didn't have one, years ago, an old Ford parts guy told me if you find a water pump on an A or 1932 model B, it has a C head.

I've never owned a T or an A, I'm too big to fit in them.
 
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I swiped this pic from the HAMB;



 
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That's one of the prettiest hot rods I've seen in awhile. Interestingly, it has a Washington state license registration decal in the windshield for 1948. New license plates weren't issued for 48, the 47 plate was used a second year with the decal for registration.
 
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Oh man, that really hurts my eyes to see those holes not filled in.
 
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Oh man, that really hurts my eyes to see those holes not filled in.
I think they have plugs or buttons in them, actually.
 
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Old 11-10-2018, 10:06 AM
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Can always dub the hotrod, "Not finished yet", lol Pretty cool
 
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A bit off topic but I had to share. Jeff City is a town of about 45,000. In the local pizza place parking lot I see not one but two Delorians. There is also one in a museum 20 miles from here. What are the odds of that?
yeah the picture sucks.

 
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Maybe you went "Back to the Future!"

What's that car between them?
 
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I'm not sure. Hopefully someone will recognize it.
There were a couple more cars of this style there as well. There must have been some event. Maybe a supercar truckstock.
 
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Here's a 1949 ford oil truck on the Boston Craigslist...

https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/hv...742831137.html
 
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Ready made camper with heat
 
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