1926 Ford Model TT closed cab delivery truck. In very good condition. Has been stored in local museum for decades.
Has not been started or driven for years, but shouldn't take much work to get it up and running. Purchased by my grandfather in the 60's as a display vehicle for his beer distributing business. Was driven in a few local parades, otherwise being stored in our local museum. I do have a box full of original parts as well.
Was told by local collector car consignment dealers that the 2017 Collector Car Guide values this model between $10,850 - $15,000 depending on overall quality and condition.
Asking $11,000. No longer attached to this vehicle. Will listen to all reasonable offers.
Please message or text if interested, 765-419-3087.
(Message edited by parkerjk130 on July 31, 2017)
Looks like a Martin Parry cab. Would really like some detailed photos of all aspects of cab as I am rebuilding one. Where is this located and when are they open?
I plan to get much more detailed pictures as soon as I'm able to get over to the museum. I'm honestly not too familiar with these Model T's as it was given to me recently after the passing of two family members. It's stored at the Kokomo Automotive Museum here in Kokomo, IN. Open Tues-Sun 10a-4p. Below is a link to their website.
That cab is exactly like my TT. See my profile pic. This is the only other one I have seen that the lower edges of the cab sides curve in. If this is indeed a Martin Parry cab, I can supply you with pictures. Mine has some original wood and some that has been replaced. I don't have doors.
Dennis, it is different than mine. I looked closer and it is curved. Mine is not. Very cool tho.
I sent you a PM a day or so ago and I haven't seen a reply. Is it still for sale? Please give me a call.
Yes, it is still for sale. I believe I emailed you this morning. I just got back from the museum and was able to take several more pictures which I will upload shortly.
I will try calling you this afternoon when I get a break here at work. I do not know a whole lot about this truck as I recently received it after a couple of family deaths, but will do my best at answering any questions you may have!
$9,000. Have received a few offers to hold on to, going to give it another week or two before selling. I'd rather someone enjoy this truck than have it continue to sit in a museum, not being driven.
Happy Labor Day!
Can't believe this is still for sale.
Maybe some pics of the engine.
I was supposed to sell it this past weekend to a collector in Ohio. Of course when it came time for him to meet me and pick it up, he didn't show!
My plan is to get some pictures of the engine next time I'm able to get over to the museum. My knowledge of Model T's is very, very limited so I wasn't comfortable stepping over the museum ropes to open/lift the engine cover last time I was there.