I am usually not one to be the "has to be authentic" guy, but come on, Model t Ford shouldn't even be allowed in the ad for this one.
Apologies if someone already posted it
Sure it should! After all, it does have the original 1900 Ford Neon kit.
With more than 2000 visits to the ad, it pains me to think how many young people now know what a "Ford Model T" looks like.
1800 of those visits were probably me. Kind of like a train wreck were you can't look away.
It's been on Kijiji for some time now and it comes up every time I do a Province wide search.
" if you don't like being looked at it ain't for you "
There is a car seat for every driver ....
I can see it now, ... the perfect vehicle for a troupe of bagpipers !
This is just the mind set for a lot of folks.
Anything that looks old or different and old automatically falls into the realm of "a Model T".
I think he kept swinging the camera around to prevent you getting a good look. What the hell is that thing any way?
It annoys me when people in the hobby don't know a hack from a huckster.
Your comment points up the dividing line here .... "Looks old".
I see nothing with this vehicle that looks old. It just looks like some lame attempt to build a
surrey that will cause those who are clueless about the subject to *think* it looks old.
Sadly/amusingly, those people represent a huge chunk of the population. Here in Spokane,
we have this absurd "ride" down at Riverfront park that is little more than a golf cart-like tug,
pulling a bunch of carts. But someone thought by adding a few generalized shapes to the pieces
would make it appear to be a steam locomotive (on car tires). We also have a fleet of similarly
Apparently the unwashed masses in this area are easily fooled or are just to daft to care.
And those same people are the ones who ask if your very original car is a replica.
You can't polish a turd
Nice looking 1914 model T.
I think maybe someone changed out the brass radiator.
The only thing that's 1914 is the side lights, otherwise I thought I was looking at a a lowered International Harvester truck with a wood body on it.