Monday, April 20, 2009

What was in a Model A tool kit?

I think that box, in all it's wear and tear, is bitchin. How many could have possibly survived the nearly eighty years since it was printed?

A fan belt, a distributor cap, a crank handle... that doubles as a lug nut wrench, a couple wrenches, a pair of pliers and a crescent wrench that have been replaced or weren't original to the tool kit, a three way socket wrench... very innovative and cool.. a hammer and a jack with handle. Plus two cool little things, a lock for the spare tire, and a screw on wheel puller to break the rim loose from the axle.


  1. Wow! These are really cool stuff you got there! Where did you find all these? What I really can't believe is how that box was able to withstand the test of time!

  2. More, Jesse, I need more of cool stuff like this! Please!
    Very good the rims story.