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The  1918 FWD Model  B with the  Ordnance Repair  shop body has  passed anther  hurdle  as  the  body  was  reunited  with  the chassis.  The truck   starts  stops  shifts  into  all  gears. It  has 

Big  hurdle   cleared  as  finally  got  to  hear  the   engine  run.  Everything  was  good  except  that  the  timing  was  advanced  to far.  Retarded  it back  further  and  the  beast  came  to 

After   waiting    in  the  que for  over  1 year  the  FWD  now  has new tires  courtesy  of  the Canton  Bandag  Co.  of  Canton  Ohio.  They   reproduce the Overman  Cushion  brand of  hard  rubber

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And  here  is a  video  of  an early  run. This  was the  first  time  I  attempted  to   back it  into   the  shed  with  the body on  it. I'm getting  better   as  we have also  worked  on  the  steering  linkage which  was  semi   fluid  at  first  and  now  has  been  disassembled  and  fully   lubricated  I  can  now  start  it  either  by  the added  starter motor  or  by  the  crank

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