Beauty is obviously in the eye of the beholder.
Must be made for little people to avoid knocking your head into the odd 1930's roof they put onto a 26/27 coupe body??
He is asking too much for a 27 coupe.
I firmly believe that no model T parts were used to create that machine. On the other hand it is very nice craftsmanship.
I agree with Will. Nice craftsmanship, but calling it a Model T is a stretch. I don't know if I could identify a model T part in any of the pics I viewed.
could be t coupe 1/4 panels & trunk lid????? charley
Cool car but not what I think of when I hear model T.. Tim
Bet it has an antique tag on it and titled as a 27. KGB
You know,the color is not my cup of tea,but overall,I like the long front look.Give's it the look of a 20's luxury car. If it were left here in the drive way for me,i would drive it. But I would want that purple GONE!
My biggest complaint is if I was spending 60,000 on a car on ebay,I would want larger photos.
Proportions are a bit off, but looks well done. I'd drive it
Cowl and front half of the "cab" are 26-27 Coupe or Tudor.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beer holder"
Looks like a Johnny Cash car.
I just don't understand why a car made from parts anyone can order from a catalog or an original car that has been cut up with new eng. trans. ect. are worth more than an original car that you can not duplicate. Once they are gone they're gone. Some of you have cars that have already turned 100 years old. 100 years of history that car has been thru. Almost any other product from the past, furniture, jewelry, toys, are all worth more than new or reproduction ones and the more original the more they are worth. Some of these hot rods are beautiful but they are not going to be extinct some day. A person can anyways just make another one. Our cars are in limited supply. I just don't get it.
Is the photo of the woman Zazu Pitts?
Looks like something that I could get groceries in!
What are "kissing" doors? Never heard that one before. Dave
I would like to sell my customized 1906 model K Ford touring car. It has been fully enclosed and includes safety bumpers, fully ported replacement 4 cylinder with automatic transmission. The tires contain authentic original 1906 air.
Best offer over $61,999.95
Terry, maybe you should take that Model K and yugo away.
In a Yugo - A liberal guy n gal buy a Yugo (In the Ghetto)
Brass Car Guy,
Yes, the lady in the photo posted by Steve is Zaso Pitts (1894-1963).
Hey,I almost bought a Yugo about 8 years ago. Those cars are getting to be very rare and collectable. Of course you would have to trailer it to shows. From what I understand the transmission had nylon gears in it? DUH!
Make that Zasu. Sorry.
Well, It is a very pretty color...but what exactly about it is Model T??? I mean even the radiator shell is a 32 Model B style.
For those wondering what's Model T on this modern rod - it looks like the body except for the roof part may have started out as a '26/'27 coupe. May as well be made of glass fiber - hope it is, actually
A hot rod for little guys with lots of money to spend.
I've heard and read that there are people that buy an old car title and build a car to suit the title. I wonder>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
A '32 radiator grille does not belong on any car that is represented as a T. I agree that the work looks nice though.