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Old 01-22-2010, 09:53 AM   #1
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Model T Repair Bills

This is a mailer that was sent to a customer back in 1928. Please review the attachment.

Those were the days!

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Good post however it didn't mention that a qt of oil was 5 cents

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And to think I paid 4K to have new A/C system and 2 new heads put on 97 Ram.
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'and it can be driven one. two, three, five years and even longer' WOW!! LOL. I wonder how long our vehicles would last on the majority of the roads they had. That certainly is interesting.
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I wonder what those parts would cost on THIS Model T!

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I wonder what those parts would cost on THIS Model T!
That's a nice looking Rod you got there!
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That's a nice looking Rod you got there!
1923 Model T Touring Car. Nothing actually from 1923 on it, that I know of. Chevy 350, TH350 transmission, Ford 8" rear end.

I used to be VP of the National T Bucket Alliance.
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