This is a nice survivor T. Never restored. Original leather in nice condition. The top is original but in very poor condition but is all there for patterns. The wood body is solid and tight. All correct '10. Currently running a Holley NH but the correct Kingston 5 ball is included. Also, has a Brassworks radiator but comes with an original round tube winged script radiator.One more thing. 6 rivet rear has tapered axles. Also included, 2 original straight axle hubs. Engine and body number 21904. One family car until 1979. Mechanically refurbished. Starts easily and runs and drives beautifully. Too many more details to list. If I do this correctly you should be able to click on the link to pictures on Photobucket. If interested please call me for details. My typing is horribly slow. I'm asking $35,000 but am certainly open to offers. Located in Thousand Oaks, CA (Ventura County) Thanks.
Bryan Ostergren (818) 321-5360
Wow, I wish you would have listed this last year when I was on the hunt for this kind of car! It's every thing I was looking for.
Aint that the way it always goes Bill??
Yup; so much so that I've decided on a name for my 1910 restoration project - Murphy. As in Murphy's Law. Looks like I won't have it done on time for this years OCF, much to my extreme regret. The rear housings have to be straightened, so I'm shipping them to California to someone who knows how to do it. Unfortunately, he can't get to it for a couple of months so everything's on hold.
Nice Car Bryan, but I love your pick-up either! Is it for sales either?
Wow. What a gem!
Thatís a survivor? Holy smokes. Thatís nicer than a lot of restored cars Iíve seen. Thatís going to make someone very happy.
Just keep it in West or Southwest so it keeps its condition.
I'm kind of liking the old ford pickup sitting there...no kidding. Would she happen to be for sale? Give me a ring.
it will part out for more than that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. charley
Thanks Bryan. It will be given a good home in Wisconsin
Did you buy it, Pat?
Yes and honored to be the next custodian.
Thank you to the MTFCA for the classified ad section. It's definitely a very nice car. Thank you for the compliments on her. Thanks Pat. I know she'll be in good hands with you. I had three serious inquiries by 6:00 a.m.!!
Mario and Rick...sorry but the '64 F250 isn't for sale (and won't be). It was my grandparents' ranch truck. It's been in the family since new. The family that bought the ranch back in '65 still own and run it. When I croak the truck goes back to the ranch in Wyoming.
Congratulations Bryan, hate to you sell it. It's a real nice car and Pat will take good care of it. Kim
Bryan, when I had the space for this beauty and the money you didn't want to sell, now that I moved and retired, no space and no money. Let me know when you are stopping by again. Frank
Are you getting out of Model T's, Bryan?
Hi Mike. Getting out of Ts? Maybe a month or two after I die. Still have three, the '22, the TT, and I bought "Otis" from John Mays last year. I decided to sell the '10 because I just don't use it much and it's a lot of money to have sitting in the garage.
Frank, See you in a couple of weeks.
Congrats, Pat! Itís always nice to see a car go from one good home to another.
Pat, Peter Eastwood and Richard Gould can give you history on that car, I think it's always been in So Cal except for the time Richard owned it. Kim
Thanks Kim. Richard was nice enough to pm me yesterday and had a chat. I had the honor to meet Pete two years ago on my trip that way when I met you. Thanks again. I met Bryan a couple years ago when he left his truck and trailer here. He followed his grandfather's diary route from Minnesota to the east coast and back in his T.
Bryan -- I'm glad to hear that. I assume the '22 is the one you brought to the MTFCA tour in Eureka a few years back. I didn't know (or didn't remember) that you had bought "Otis" from John Mays. That is a wonderful T! And he should feel right at home next to your '22. So I guess you're serious about staying around them.
OK folks, back to your regularly scheduled programming.
I thought this was my regularly scheduled programming?
Wayne -- I thought that some folks might think the chit-chat between Bryan and me was out of place in a Classified Ad thread. Just trying to be nice.
What is wrong some friendly chit chat?
Wow. Nice car !!!!
Otis.. I am curious about what that car might be.