FYI. I have seen the truck. Very nice, has a newer 25 engine.
I HAVE A 1923 FORD MODEL T DELIVERY TRUCK THAT WAS RESTORED. A NUT & BOLT RESTORATION APROX 10 YEARS AGO. WAS DISPLAYED IN A MUSEUM SINCE. IT IS NOW IN STORAGE AND NEEDS TO GO. OBVIOUSLY $20K PLUS SPENT. YOU WILL NOT FIND A NICER ONE DONE CORRECTLY TO FORD SPECS. 100% ORIGINAL.
Contact DAVID.text(713) 304-5003
Priced at $10,000 folks .....
Did Ford sell cars in that color in 1923 ?
Jim Davis, Not only did Ford never offer that color; they didn't pin strip the fenders; paint the steering gear box; offer wire wheels on that year model; or even offer wooden delivery bodies from the factory (after the C cab panel trucks). The person who restored this truck, obviously didn't even know what was correct for a "driver" vehicle, and $10,000 is wishful thinking unless he finds another buyer as ignorant as he is.
A contact person in the same club received an offer from the owner of a 1926 roadster, offered at $15,000. It only has a few issues. among them are: worn tires, a cat ruined the upholstery, the radiator neck needs resoldering, the cowl gas tank leaks gas inside the car, and it needs a new battery. Sounds like a real deal !
A frame up complete restoration in finished condition for $10K...It's a fine looking truck, and I think the price is very reasonable, Try to duplicate that level of Done for $10K.
Someone puts a quality finish of their favorite color on an aftermarket body and they're "ignorant"...Wow Terry.
The car has been for sale on and off for a year or so. Started at 12,500 dropped price several times after being off the market for months at a time. Price was $8800 the first of July. Now price raised to $10,000. when I saw it almost a year ago it was not running and had a FRF tire not shown in the picture. But still a very nice looking T. Owner has a lot of old cars and apparently in no hurry to sell.
Scott, to describe that car as a 1923 model shows ignorance of the facts. To compound this with the statement that it is 100% original further highlights this.
It may well be a nice car, well restored with a well made aftermarket wooden pickup body, but it is not advertised as such, either by ignorance in order to deceive.
Allan from down under.
Says right in the ad;
"NO HELP NEEDED TO SELL"