Long time folks since I have been on the boards. Due to taking care of my injured military Son and my own health issues I have not worked on a Model T in over a year !! A new buyer will need your advice and assistance
I have sold a 1926 Touring to Mary Anne who lives in Andover New Hampshire
Mary has not worked om Model T's. She knows all it detailed faults and any Model T'ers in the area that can contact her for help down the road will be appreciated
Basically, the engine has 20 PSI needs hopefully rings and a valve job to get running. Needs new wiring at a minimum from the battery to the starter. Left front wheel needs new bushings (can grab it at top and bottom some play) Steering gearbox has play etc etc. It does have a very nice top and will be a good car down the road . Sold it for a very low price. I sent her the Black Model T maintenance repair manual. I remember my first Model T . Even reading the book and then trying to hand crank it with the car in gear (brake lever was neutral but not adjusted properly) !!! Some common sense practical help from all you forum members years ago really got me educated.
Mary's email is firstname.lastname@example.org if anyone wishes to offer Her advice on shipping from Indiana to New Hampshire and assistance there
David, Sorry to hear of your dilemma but sounds like you have given the Model T a good home. Give Mary this web address so those of us far away can help by answering questions.
I am hauling for a member from Los Angeles, CA to New Hampshire.
I might have room depending on the route I take & if she can wait a couple weeks.