The Sacramento Valley Mode T Club assembled this car from donated parts and is registered it as a 1923. All parts were reworked or replaced. The engine and transmission were completely reworked. The pistons are 30 over. All proceeds from the sale of this car will be donated to the Lions Club Sight Program. Asking $14,000. Contact Harvey Bandy, the gent who was the ramrod on this project, at Nine one six-966-49one9….h.bandyATcomcastDOTnet.
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Here's a bunch of pictures of work in progress for the above T: Milt Webb was the instructer on the project. It was done right.
What a brilliant idea.
Tell us more, diff, brakes, radiator, roof, seats etc
Differential totally rebuilt, brass thrust washers, etc, radiator re-cored, new bands, new gas tank, new tires, rewooded 21' wheels, seats re upholstered, top is like new, new wiring harness.
Splendid! Very cool project, Well done Gentlemen.
You guys make it look so easy.
Can you come to my house next (lol)?
We have an offer from Linn with a UK email address. In other works "Sale Pending". Our California Auto Museum is doing the paper work.