Finally have a Model T again! Traded a new Ford (1931) for a 1927 Tudor - picture on my profile. From the engine number is was a March 1927 car. It has a "Swan" intake/exhaust manifold. Never saw one on a car before - interesting. Looking forward to participating in T activities again!
EXCELLENT! Share some photos of your new ride if you can.
Nice looking car Mike.
Nice looking Tudor!I find it refreshing to see someone trade an A for a T. As we all know there's a world of difference between the two. Once the T bug hits it's a life long affair.
Welcome back to the fold.
I like it. That's how a Ford should look.
Seriously, looks great, have fun!
Thanks everyone for the kind words. I'm looking forward to putting many miles on her. I get some more pictures this weekend.
I thought just about all the closed cars got wire wheels as standard equipment by march '27? ...but maybe the original buyer specified wood wheels - or somebody changed them out since then?
For fun you can check if the # on top of the frame by the front passengers feet is the same as the engine?
Nice Tudor !!
Nice now enjoy
Good for you, Mike! Just this summer I rejoined the ranks of those with a running Model T. Life is good. Bill
That's a great looking car!
I hope you enjoy yours as much I enjoy mine........
"Once you've gone Planetary, there's no going back."
The entire universe operates on the planetary system. Stands to reason that the best automobile in history should use it.