Reproduction 1909-10 body with buggy rail and top sockets and wood bows. New E&J 466 headlights, new E&J brass side and tail lights, new brass radiator. 6 rivet clamshell rear end and 2 piece drive tube. Early front end with 1 piece spindles, fine thread drag link. 1909-10 steering col. Open valve block #44289, reproduction by McTavish in the 1970's fully machined and fitted with a model C crank. Rebuilt rods, new pistons, rings and valves are included. Correct early head and timing cover. One piece pan is by Ron Brown. Also included are transmission, splash aprons, tail pipe and muffler, gas tank and all the seat springs. $15,500.00.
Kim Dobbins 1707 265 th. st. Harbor City, CA 90710. 1-310-539-9328 kdmks AT att.net
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WOW nice ...
Still for sale, had it sold twice, but no payment.
it will part out for more than that!!!
Yes it will part for more, but I'd still like to sell it all together.
I wish Walt Disney was here too! Boy that is a nice start for someone indeed. Pity not me, I just don't have the me either.
Can you tell us how to identify a McTavish block?
Hi Randy, I originally thought it was real, because of the time period when the restoration had started and the fact that all the bolt holes were heli coiled. When the forum post came up about the differences in 1909-10 blocks was posted, I took another look and discovered the differences. The main one is the difference in the machining of the valve pockets, quite different then Ford did.
Last chance to buy this car before it gets parted out! Can't believe no one has bought this car, there's a lot here for the money!