Didn't find reference to it in the MTFCA Encyclopedia, but here it is....
I think the owner drank all the beer in those barrels in one day.
Where'd they get T from? The frame perhaps? All I can see is that rear spring so I'm guessing.
Who would pay money for anything that silly?
oh my, that's awful.
What is for sale in Germany hopefully will stay in Germany.
It does have a T steering wheel and column, so I guess that makes it a T. Dave
I wonder if the seller intended to enter 1927 but typed 1972 by mistake. It doesn't help the car, but it would explain the "1972 Ford Model T" nonsense.
The 1972 is probably correct. If it was built in the early 70s as they keep mentioning, It was probably titled as a 1972 then. So the title will probably be for a 1972 vehicle. Now most of us T guys do not appreciate the 50s 60s 70s era custom creations, but they were very big then and still are now. It is not my "cup of tea" for sure, but if it has a "pedigree" like they speak of, They are probably not really un-realistic about the price. The history and provononce of the car is all some people will be interested in ... If I had a big public car museum, and I was interested in showing cars for all types of people (and kids), then this car would be a good show piece. But for most of us Model T folks, it is ugly, and over priced.
I see a nice touring vehicle for the wine connoisseur, or even a fair weather grocery-gitter for the wino.
I've seen sillier toys owned by people with substantial means. Guess they do it just to prove they can.
The only T item that I saw was the steering wheel
The word on the street is that this is been donated to the Ford Model T club of America's Museum.
Norrie, I hope not!!