clean car. runs smooth. correct restoration as per former owner.tires are about 60% $9500 OBO
My first Model T was a '26 Coupe. Drove it to high school.
Those look like 30x3-1/2 tires. Does someone know if the 21-inch balloon tires were an option? And if so, for how long?
I have a set of 21 with new tires would like to trade for some 30/3.5 might even kick in some cash
Ford put 21 on there cars starting in 25
I think Charles is correct. I did see one roadster found up in Wyoming that had 30x3 1/2 but someone may have changed them. All other 26 Ts I find in back of the barns are 21 inch.
I had the same thoughts on the 30 x 3.5" clincher tyres. However, more than one car has turned up here in Australia with big brake drums and 30" tyres. An original 26 tourer, traded back in to the selling dealer and kept by them since, has 30 x 3.5" clincher tyres. These were the first T models produced at the new Geelong Ford factory and there may have been some parts inventory clearing up going on.
Allan from down under.
Hi I have a early 26 coupe and it had 30x3-1/2 tires when I got it and the car was an all original car. Erick
I would like to talk with you regarding your '26 Coupe. Please email me your phone number.
A friend has a early 26 coupe with the demountable 30 inch wheels. As far as we know they have been with the car all it's life.