Here is a copy/pasted ad from the HCCA website "For sale" section....
1909 Ford Model "T" Touring
This 1909 Touring is disassembled. Restoration Needs to be completed
All correct parts including:
•1910 rear end and coil box
•New smooth white tires
All new parts for engine including a new steel crank.
Photo is Before it was disassembled.
Offered at $29,500 OBO
Contact: Bruce Genter, Scottsdale, AZ,
The email indicated doesn't work. None of my co-horts know Bruce and I am receiving calls pertaining to the car, for which I have no answers. I guess my detective skills are lacking on this one.
If you go way down the classifies you will find the car listed. Same ad cut and pasted to bump with a photo of the assembled car.
By the way I see you have a 58 Jelly mold! Had one too, fun little car. Learned to hand crank driving it!!
Mark...never heard it called a Jelly Mold...Been asked many times what kind of VW it is though. I tell them it's a British one with the engine in the proper location. I'm the second owner and I have all papers from day 1. Has nearly 1/2 million miles on it and still gets 40 mpg. It's fun but it's getting tired, like me!
Back in the 60s when there was a Moggie Minor on every street in England, I had a girlfriend who called them Porridge because they were grey and boring. My stepson can't stand the f@rting noise from the exhaust on the overrun.
I quite liked the couple I had, apart from the 3000 brass screws that you have to undo to remove the floor to get at the mastercylinder.
Call Dave Longstreth in cave creek Arizona. He has the car in his shop and has been working on the engine. 480-563-7740
I have been driving Minors for over 40 years, including my growing up years in South Dakota. They are a bit short on heater capacity at -30F, but they do get along pretty well in the snow with a set of chains on. At the moment I don't have one running, but the current collection has 4 restoration projects and four parts cars. The guys in our local Brit car club refer to my storage building as "where old Morrises go to die".