I managed to get out of the booth a few times to walk around and take some pictures at this years Syracuse Nationals. I think I heard numbers in the 7200 range. I don’t mind at all that there were 4×4 trucks there – not the first things I ran out to see, but hey, lots of people are into them. Hope you enjoy the pictures!
Speedometer cable on a Model T.
Love early Ford design – function and finesse.
If anyone knows what the key is for, please share.
I love early chrome trim! “hmmm… where else can we dress up this truck? How about the front of the bed! Brilliant!”
Part of the big & low fetish I find myself in.
Cool little torsion rod setup on a roadster in the Roundup.
The passenger side torsion arm is attached with a heim joint, which serves to keep the axle from moving left to right.
A simple way to dress up a bracket – weld some bar stock to the edges of the plate! Neat!
Cool transition between a tubular rear frame and rectangular side rails.
Although not our brackets, this is a great example of modifying the bracket to fit the frame.
On the road home…