Found this on Craigs list
If it were closer it would be SOLD!!
The body is very interesting. Not Ford, appears to be the front of a 1910 1911 - ish touring.
I like the heater manifold. Not very effective in a Roadster.
26-27 hogs head and break petal with starter. Should make a good brass era beginners car or parts car for someone. The price is right.
It is probably gone by now.
Not a bad price and the guy was at least pretty accurate in the description. Now that's a cobbled together Model T.
The car is located in Lancaster, Mass but if I lived closer I would like to drive by and see what year parts are there. For anyone wanting a low cost beginning T -- it looks like it has potential. There are several parts that could be used or traded/sold for other parts etc. And clearly a speedster could be crafted. Not to mention - that may have been someone's idea for a speedster. Some parts such as the 1914-22 turtle deck (towards the front of that year range based on the cast handles rather than pressed rear deck handles -- but those could be changed either way); the 1915-17ish one piece coil box lid and possibly complete 1915-1917 coil box -- I cannot tell from the photo if it has the bake-a-light switch or later metal cover switch from the photo—but the coil box looks good in the photo.
I think the front half of the body may have been a cut off touring -- but I do not know what make or year it would have been. So it could also make a nice little pickup.
Of course you never know until you look inside the engine etc. but if I didn't already have multiple projects and too small of a garage I would be tempted by it. (I still wish Ford had been more into the cycle cars -- every oversize two car garage would have had room for 4 cycle cars.)
See also: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/118802/174485.html?1291737258 and Stan Howe’s good advice about purchasing a driver first.
And the thread at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/179374/248052.html?1322246281
And if someone purchases it -- please let us know more about the car. And if you are new to T's let folks know that also -- lots of folks on here can provide some help on checking it out and getting it running etc.
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