1912 Model T Ford Roadster. Upgrades include 26-27 rebuilt engine, transmission, ruckstell,new Texas T distributor, new Brassworks radiator. Correct brass, House wire wheels, front seat has new leather upholstery. Needs to be wired for head and tail lights.
Included is complete history of car starting in 1912 when a man named Lewis bought the car after his horse and buggy was destroyed in a train wreck. Check Craigslist, Yakima, Washington for the rest of the story, pictures of the original car and present pictures. Asking $20,000. Additional information call Dean Stokes, 509-658-1127 or email email@example.com
Are you still in possession of the original engine and rear end?
My thoughts, exactly... Upgrades?
Nice looking car except for the top. C.L. says $19,500 o.b.o. in the text, yet $20K at the top! Eng. # not far from my '12 Comm. Roadster too. Wish it were closer & had the original engine.
Answers to questions and comments. Douglas, I have no rear end, it wasn't there when I bought the car.I have the rebuilt 1912 engine that came from the place I bought the car. The serial number on the block is located below the water outlet, this means it is not a early block. It takes an imagination to read the numbers. The serial number 90287 came from the metal tag on the firewall that came with the car.
Jerry and Sean, I assembled this car not for a car show but to drive. I did the upgrades to make the car as bullet proof as possible. Tim is right, the top needs some help. The price on C.L. has been corrected. Thanks, Dean