1915 Ford A unique relic of Baltimore history and the Oyster business history of the Chesapeake Bay area.
1915 Model T Ford panel/delivery truck with the original untouched wooden body with the original advertising in gilt on each side.
“MACKENTHUN & BACH / OYSTERS / SHUCKED IN BALTIMORE / 522 W LEXINGTON ST”
Baltimore Oyster Business
The Original Wooden Body was removed and left untouched while all running gear was rebuilt with mostly original parts.
Runs and drives great. Less than 25,000 original miles. Warehoused circa 1921.
The present owner is a relative of Henry Bach, the original owner.
Henry Bach (b.1867) Baltimore, Maryland. / Henry MacKenthun (b.1876) Baltimore, Maryland. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/112207895333?ul_noapp=true
Very nice!!!! Thank you for sharing.
That color is the black is what I've wanted to use for chassis color when I saw a pic posted earlier this year. Gorgeous Ford!
I got over-ruled.
Norrie, thank you!
Yes I really like it. We are so lucky for this example to have survived.
Judging by the Ebay listing it looks like the British pound has dropped in value against the U.S. Dollar.
Wasn't this oyster hauler posted on eBay previously for $100K+? I know it's been discussed here before
Cool as all get out, but 40 thousand?? Whew!