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Old 07-19-2010, 07:45 PM
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Default T's are in the hills

the model T club is having they meet based out of Rapid City. so got to see a lot of them on there tours. found this one still in the parking lot as I drove by. had to take a picture of a T limo
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Here is one that a man takes to car shows. I believe he said it was used as a train limo or taxi. The owner is the one in the pictures with the golf hat and suspenders.

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I'm going to be helping a friend with the bodywork on a 23"T" if he ever gets the parts out of the attic. The drive train is already done and drivable.
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it looked to me like if they ever took it out of the box there would be nothing left. I believe the correct name for that body style is Depot hack. with the use being the same as a airport limo. except for the train thing.
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Yes, 'tis a Depot Hack, which was the precursor of the station wagon; "station" as in "railroad station."
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