This 1920 Model T Depot Hack is a charming example that wears an older restoration that has taken on a nice and very mild patina over the years. The basis for this depot hack is the chassis of a 1920 Ford Model T Depot Hack with its simple yet reliable mechanicals. The wooden body presents in very good condition throughout, appearing to be restored correctly with good fitting of the doors and beautiful detailing. This Model T is mechanically sound, the simple and robust 176 cubic inch L-head engine and planetary transmission being in good working order. The engine has been rebuilt and balanced in the 1990s with good hoses, clamps, and wiring. Engine detailing is average, showing some signs of use but overall tidy and well-presented. The interior is nice with no rips or tears on the black leather seating, and all wood has been treated and looks good. The canvas top is in very nice condition and the exterior can be fitted and added with a single side-mount spare that is located in the back. The chassis is clean and painted satin black, and it rides on matching stained wooden “artillery” wheels with all black tires which are in great condition. Overall, this Model T is a delightful, enjoyable period piece, that is ready to load up with passengers for runs to the railroad station, freight depot… or perhaps just your favorite local ice cream shop.
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Is this located in Grafton, West Virginia ?
You might want to give the overall measurements
( Length - Width - Height )
Micheal, to add to what Jim said above, I suggest you add several more pictures, for example: Both sides of the engine, the interior, dashboard & controls, views of the other 3 sides of the car, etc. You might also want to mention any extras on the car like a Ruckstell or aux. transmission, extra brakes, turn signals, cylinder head, etc. to help justify the price.
I think it's a nice car and I'm just trying to be helpful.
This Depot Hack is also listed for sale on Hunting VA CL. posted with with sixteen pictures. I can't post the link maybe someone can. three rows of seats 5 or six passenger seating ? looks nice.
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