cool car, Bob
bet it goes high, wrong carb.
Wow. That would be a labor of love restoration.
`The motor number is 9455 which makes it a 1910 model according to records. It was made in 1909, but was sold as a 1910. According to Benson Library records T number 9455 had an aluminum Pontiac body. The one on this T is wood. 9455 was painted green. 1910 bodies were green. It has lipped front fenders. 1909 should have plain front fenders. It is an interesting car. Why it does not match the build sheet for number 9455 is interesting. When records were copied for the book on Ts, friends could ask to have their Model T motor number included in the book. This seems to have happened with 9455. Does any one have more information on this car?
Same car "pik-apart" discussion on Forum...two chances to have fun
Drive Shaft Housing has the separate spool for the pinion bearing which was not introduced until Car number 18,000. The rear axle housing has the rivets, not sure if this is correct. The hogshead is a later one as is the oil pan. Headlamps are later also. This car seems to have been assembled from parts to me. There is no body plate number either to confirm the match with the engine.
I Wish the seller good luck, probably better that he has distanced himself from potential buyers.
Bid is over $20,000 now.
The link that you provided is to a different car.