This Model T was discovered buried in the basement / garage of our consignor. It was covered from front to back with various items that have helped preserve it in the state you see today. Be sure to see the photos included for the big reveal!
A Penny from 1912 is included with the car so you feel right with the times.
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Wow! This looks interesting. Some of you more knowledgeable guys take a look and comment.
THIS IS HER SECOND POSTING ABOUT THIS CAR...Look at the first posting : Model T on the Auction block
Why would it take 30 days to have the title delivered? You plunk down your cash, you get your car AND the title right then and there in my book.
The title must come from a Model T broker in Oregon
Looks to need complete restoration. New paint, rebuild engine, new upholstery, horn, correct carbide generator, rear differential, tires, wheels ect. Engine stuck? Cracked? New wood in body, top.
Not me, make it safe and drive it just as it is! They are only original (even if restored in the 50's) once. There would be a number of people here that would agree.
Totally agree Mark........I'd get it safe, reasonably dependable and drive it!
Well, I certainly agree with those who like to preserve a car "as found", but as far as original goes, they certainly didn't look like THAT when they were original!! Just sayin!
There's nothing original about dirt or tarnish.
I would drive it as is after new tires, wheels, rebuilt engine-transmission, wiring, radiator, rebuilt differential, accessory brakes, new gas tank ect. Lol
That dirt would probably clean up nicely with a "Bissell". (Vacuum cleaner).