>>> http://www.ebay.com/itm/FORD-MODEL-T-ORIGINAL-KEY-BOARD-FLATHEAD-COLLECTIBLE-192 5-1927-1920-1915-1922-/350825549480?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash= item51aed50ea8&vxp=mtr
With a $979.99 starting bid no less.......
I know they're expensive, but that's a bit much.
To say the very least...
But it's a flathead!
I could never figure out why some folks love stress the flathead thing.
Suicide doors! Straight eight! Slant six.
They can't say four or six cylinder Ford. Flathead.
Can't say Ford V8. Flathead. flathead bumper jack for sale.
Can't say 40 Buick, it has to be straight eight. Was there also a four, or six?
He had a seventies Plymouth six. You mean a slant six? Oh, sorry, I forgot, some were Y sixes.
I still remember the model T key that sold for $250 on eBay in about 1999. Smart shopper/investment expert. Flathead Ford ignition key. Not many keys out there for the rare flathead.
Looks to me like he doesn't know which way is up?
I don't know why that always bothers me.
I wonder why there are 0 Bids?? Bill
Hope he gets his price, I have no interest in such and would not give 50$ for my on use but everyone has things they want to collect, it makes the world go round. KB
Is this a factory key board or for a non specific auto parts store, make by an outside supplier? It's pressed metal not wood, the wood ones seem to get the high price.
Wasn't somebody making these recently?
The steel one is an original with stamped numbers and lettering. The repos are steel, with vinyl lettering and visible spot welding. The average price of a complete original is 700-900 at auction.
I have the master set of 4 keys and it is easy to fit in your pocket and they were free
Yes, there was someone,can't remember who, but he stopped making them. He said there wasn't enough demand.
A lot of this stuff, like this is produced, and no one knows about it, thus they quit producing them due to lack of sales.I would have bought one. I was thinking the price was a little over $300.00. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Here is one of my key boards with out the keys, I have several complete sets, buy not all ore from the same manufacture that supply Ford. Also is a picture showing a master set from the 1920s.
Here are two sets that sold on tbay recently. One for $810 another for $627.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Model-T-Ford-dealer-key-display-board-and-55-ignition-ke ys-/221245217700?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item33833e1ba4&vxp= mtr
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Model-T-Ford-dealer-key-display-board-and-47-ignition-ke ys-/221220928687?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item3381cb7caf&vxp= mtr
And here is a reproduction being sold.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Ford-dealer-key-display-1920s-style-No-Reserve-/3508 06067183?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&vxp=mtr&hash=item51adabc7ef&nma= true&si=2uXHuULZunX4FX2kqEVL8HE%252Fyvg%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p20476 75.l2557
That auction ended June 9