1925 Model T Ford with 2 front ends. Interesting history. The body is rough and rusted. Fenders solid and probably useable. Nice windshield frames and supports. One steering wheel is a Fox locking steering wheel, nice gas tank, 26-27 engine, lengthened frame and drive shaft. Engine is free. Good solid set of wheels with Wards Riverside Tires, some age cracks but lots of tread and hold air well. $2700 firm.
Now that is cool. I think I saw one like this before in the forum before in an old pic post.
Has the frame been stretched, or is it an optical illusion?
That would be fun
Did they use an extra rear housing to try and make the front axle look like a rear axle??
That IS the rear axle. The real front axle is at the other end.
Why did I get so old so fast? What a fun car that would be to have in my driveway !!
Larry: Hi From Iowa! Very Neat ole T!! How can I contact you? John
That car HAS to be the famous Mueller Brothers Auto Repair shop car from Louisville, Kentucky. It is pictured at th bottom of page 60 in Lorin Sorensen's book, FORDS FOREVER.
I know it is Jerry but I saw one where the front axle was mocked up to look like another rear axle to lead to further confusion.
Please, somebody buy it and use the parts to get two Ts back on the road.
Somebody from Louisville needs to buy it and restore it to the condition in Sorensen's book.
Even if it's a copy of the Mueller car, shown to the public. Plus a plaque for the dopes that couldn't be able to conjure up the why of it back then. IMO
If it were next door, BAM! It'd be in central MN, after a look-over of course. ;-) In Louisville, KY? Even better!
I'm one of those fellows that would blatantly mess with folks with this car. Some of you are too.
Thank you for offering this unique piece Mr Gresh! The price is right!
The buyer may need ideas how to mount a faux crank out the rear end! I would.
Any idea about the history?