I am having trouble taking out the starter motor in my 1924 Model T. I have removed the 4 screws and it still wont budge. What can I do next to try to get it out? Could it be the bendix drive gear stuck on the flywheel? Thanks for any help or suggestions.
I did try using a hammer to loosen the starter but it wont budge. I am nervous to hit it any harder but I suppose I have no choice. I just don't want to crack or break anything in the process. Any other advice or should I just muscle up and go for it?
A '24 model should have provision for a crank handle as well as a satrter motor so after disconnecting the battery try rocking the crank handle slightly and gently back and forth this should free the starter and it may even fall completely out.
Not sure if this is the right area to ask my question.
At our Historical Village we are restoring a 1935 RHD Ford V8 Flathead Truck.
Too much play in the steering wheel so looking to adjust the box.
Being RHD, the adjustments are hidden in the chassis so need to remove box to fix.
1930 Model a original running engine, transmission, front and rear suspension parts, original fenders in good condition, original rims and bumpers also more. if interested call travis @ 775-240-5249 all or none
I'm selling a 1930 Ford Model A -- 4-door sedan.
Your new oldie-but-goodie is in good shape with no rust.
This car is a driver and has turn signals.
Has a Mitchell overdrive transmission.
You can view photos here.
You can contact me at 828-315-1556 - Don.
Selling for $16,000. Located in...