I have no association with this add. It has been on EBAY 3-5 times this summer ? Might be worth while for someone nearby to try and get a good low price for it
Rusted, rusted project
It's a 1926 touring.
Canadian body, '22 USA engine, 26-27 coil box. Looks like a good project car if you can get it cheap.
OOooops! Yep, going back and looking again, '26 body.
It's at a dealer, and it hasn't met reserve... I doubt they'll let it go for cheap.
It is sad to see he said restore or rod - the 3 letter word makes me sick!
The roadster next to it is on another ad, it's listed as a 1918. That one does have an 18 engine. This seller is going by engine number on that one so I would guess it is the same for this one.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Model-T-Project-1918-ford-model-t-roadster-project- /321466884919?forcerrptr=true&hash=item4ad8eb6337&item=321466884919&pt=US_Cars_T rucks
The rdster is a 26-7 body also
The touring looks really decent compared to what I'm used to finding left unrestored over here, and the roadster is a bit worse rust wise, but still very restoreable - but it's likely it'll end up as a rod.. Let's hope at least it'll be a nostalgic one without ugly modern parts
The bent over tabs over the wood in the rear corners of the touring is uncommon in my experience, would that be a sign it's a late 26?
Another uncommon feature is the large drum wood felloe rear wheel on the roadster - homemade or an electrical unequipped '26?