This is the vision I hope to see when that door rolls up. Hmmm, that looks like a fiberglass body mould — why, it looks like a C-Cab, if I’m not mistaken. Wait a minute! Could it be …? Yes, it is — a Dan Woods C-Cab body mould.
I rolled off the assembly line at Henry Ford’s truck plant along with many other trucks. I wasn’t the smallest on the line nor was I the largest. I was designed as a light duty commercial truck with a flat bed for …
I don’t normally blog about T-Buckets that are for sale unless I find them particularly interesting either from a historical point of view or because of the creativity and/or workmanship they embody. This C-Cab qualifies for some of its creative elements.
Aside from being an exceptional T-Bucket innovator and builder, Dan Woods deserves a special measure of respect for crediting a model car as the inspiration for his famous “Milk Truck” C-Cab show car. But, which model car?