4th Annual Collector Car Auction!
October 15th | 9:00 AM
1625 W. Church Street
Newark, OH 43055
Many Vehicles sell without reserve, vehicles available for internet bidding!
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Call Sam at (740) 344-4282
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1925 Ford Model T 4 door
---Valves reground and new springs-
---cast iron piston rings
---new rebuilt coils
---outside oil line
---low pedal BENT but works….
1923 Ford Model TT Stakebed Truck
---no starter, generator
---4 new coils
---Good stake body
---runs/starts on Mag
1914 Ford Model T Touring
---Rebuilt engine with crank countershafts
---new sediment valve on tank
1908 Ford Model T Boattail Runabout
---new exhaust manifold (langs)
---4 new Splitdorff coils by RV Anderson
---Rad or water pump leaks
---all body wood in great shape (looks like some replaced at some point
---looks like engine was rebabbited—rods tight
---I`ve only started/run this car three time since 2010---runs fine
---original oiler rebuilt
1926 Ford Model T Coupe
---Turn signals and brake light
---Russ furstnow speedometer kit
---Toured this car in France 2000----3500 miles—no problems
1914 Ford Model T Huckster
----Optima 6 volt Gel battery
----nice unrestored original brass truck
----original tailgate with “parade seats” added in bed (removable)
---runs on mag
1923 Ford Model T 5 Window Coupe
---New gas tank
---30x3.5 demountable wheels
---new rings, valves springs, rebuilt mag (cast pistons)
---4 rebuilt coils
---Rebuilt rear thrust washers and new ring and pinion
---6 volt optima battery
---Russ Furstnow complete speedometer kit
1926 Ford Model T Roadster
1922 Ford Model T Speedster, that underwent a full frame up restoration in the mid-90's
Specifically, of the 1908 Ford Model T Boattail Runabout.
Good luck on the auction.
You can get pictures by going to their web site on their profile.
Used to live in Newark. Met my first wife there. Worked at the "Missile" plant. Formally known as the 2802nd Inertial Guidance and Calibration Group. Overhauled Minute Man missile guidance systems. Amongst others. Likely closed by now.
It's a Model S Ford, not "T."
Appears to be the same car discussed here - note license plate and other similarities:
FYI----Model T, Model A and early Ford PARTS sale will immediately follow Oct.15th auction. Info @ Appletree Auction---Newark, ohio
Wondering if anybody on the forum went.
Once I figured out how to navigate the barbaric website, I saw that some T went seemingly cheap, but the brass cars seamed to get good money.
I should go someday, assuming Model T's are often auctioned.