Since we had a post about the age of model T'ers I will start one for what model t cars you have. Would be helpful to know people that have the same cars as you. I have a 23 runabout and a 24 coupe.
I have a '26 cut-off touring (actually I think I narrowed everything but the engine to Oct-Nov '25) and a Berry Mini-T. There's no actual T in the Mini-T, though.
27 touring (tour car/driver) and a 1925 Speedster project, and about 4 or 5 tons of parts ... as well as a very early (and very rough) 26 touring and a 1927 Tractor conversion made with a Montogomary Ward kit
1911 Torpedo runabout
1922 Centerdoor sedan
17 touring,20 roadster.21 coupe,24 closed cab pickup,25 tudor and 25 roadster pickup.
26 coupe, 18 +/- speedster
In each member's profile is a field for "Model T Type". If everyone who wanted to provide the information there, for their vehicles, with a comma separating the individual items, the Web Master could extract the data, and put it into a CSV file. From there, any 12 year old could sort the items by year and then provide that data back to us. As for me, it would be invaluable to know what other MTFCA members have a 1913 Touring.
Just my hopeful thoughts...
EARLY 14 TOURING
17 Depot Hack--reportly the only one
north of Sacramento
And enough parts for something unknown.
A good Speedster would be great
And the remains of a TT truck, needs rear wheels and rims and front wheels and rims
1909 Canadian touring
1913 Canadian touring
1923 lawn roller
1915 Touring Car
1926 Touring Car (First Model T I ever saw when I was a Kid)
1926 Delivery Car
1926 Roadster Pickup
1926 Commercial Chassis
All the Model T I can handle....1924 Touring loaded with accessories.
In order which I purchased them:
1931 model A
1940 Ford tudor
a 1924 touring and a very decrepit 1927 roadster pickup
1915 runabout, 1923 touring, 1923 Fordor, 1924 TT project. 1926 RP project. More than I have time to deal with.
Wife's grandpa's 1923 touring
1926 Doctor's Coupe ( I own it, I'm a doctor)
several frames, Unknown engines, parts, wheels, etc.
25, 26, 27
I also have '07 Autocar, '10 Chalmers-Detroit and '30 Plymouth
1914 Touring (patina)
1922 Coupe (rusty)
In addition: 1907 Buick, 1915 Maxwell, 1919 Harley, 1923 White Tour Bus and 1935 Ford Panel Delivery.
1913 touring,1914 cut off touring,2- 1915 tourings,1915 speedster,1915 fire truck,1922 roadster/pickup,1922 Delivery, 1924 delivery express,1925 tudor sedan. I also own a 1951 Ford 8N.
1920 TT farm truck
1924 TT depot hack
1924 Runabout, somewhat bitsa
accompanied by a 1914 Metz Model 22 Torpedo Runabout
hope to own a center-door sedan someday
1912 custom tourabout under construction, daily driver is a 1959 tbird.
1923 Touring, unrestored original
1927 Tudor, May built, unrestored original
In addition: (this gets a bit obscure the further you go)
1930 Model A Std coupe
1940 C.O.E. Ford commercial truck
1951 Ford Vedette woodie, (French) V8 60 power
1954 Ford Comete (also French) 239 flathead powered
1957 Simca Vedette (Ford design which Simca continued to produce for several years after purchasing Ford's French operations) V8 60 powered
1967 O.S.I. German Ford Taunus (not Taurus) based coupe
bodied in Italy by Officine Stampaggi Industriali.
A black one and a red one
1916 Touring Car
1921 Center Door Sedan
1912 T Touring
1915 T/American Lafrance Fire Chiefs Car
1916 T/American LaFrance Chemical and Hose Fire Truck
1917 T/American LaFrance Two Tank Chemical Fire Truck
1920 T/Prospect Two Tank Chemical Fire Truck (in pieces)
1922 T Roadster
(and a 1972 Datsun 240Z)
My dad has...
1909 T Touring
1913 T Touring (in parts)
1914 T Touring
1915 T English Station Omnibus
(along with a 1928 Model A, two MG's, a 1966 Corvair and a 1979 Porsche 924) (the last two cars they bought new)
Just proves that this affliction is genetic.
27 roadster p.u.
33 chev 3 window
34 chev p.u.
64 ford f100
'27 speedster project
Also, '08 Mitchell Model J, '56 VW bug
'16 Touring (Dec 15, one of the first million)
'25 roadster/might become a pickup using a Perry p/u bed
'27 TT Cab project in many pieces
As if that isn't bad enough I still have my childhood '30 A, and my "Adopted Grandfather's" 53 Dodge P/U. He wasn't a real relative, but very close family friend.
And then there's the other stuff, 3 player pianos, a bunch of Toy Trains. . . . .
29 Model A P/U Roadster
1912 Canadian Touring
An early 1915 Touring... but I'm just getting started!
1910 Panel Delivery
1911 Open Runabout
1924 cut down Touring p.u
I also own
1911 Modoc Touring
1919 Oldsmobile V8 Touring
1920 Dodge Brothers Touting
1921 Buick 6 Roadster
1931 Pierce Arrow Coupe
1946 Dodge Sedan
1956 Triumph Tr3 Roadster
'23 Roadster Pickup w/matching "T" utility trailer
'26 Roadster w/Warford & Ruckstell
'27 Depothack w/Ruckstell
'29 Model A Briggs Town Sed......oops not a "T",..... never mind
Dang! Past bedtime! That '26 is a Touring, NOT Roadster!
24 (mostly) with Martin Parry Full Top Express Body
25 Coupe with 39 V8-60 running gear
We have three Model T's ;
1925 Roadster p.u.
1925 coupe, 1926 depot hack
Plus thirty+ antique pre 1900 bicycles,
1946 ercoupe airplane
1924 Adirondack guide boat
1962 triumph Tr3B
1967 triumph Tr4A
1919 Roadster Pickup
1922 TT Flat Bed
1929 Town Sedan
1959 Harley FLH
'12 Comm. Roadster P/U- "Pete"
'13 Touring "Clarabelle..a.k.a. Clara"
'20 Runabout (my first T) "Lizzie Belle"
'30 Model A Tudor "Bella" (the dog's car)
Just Betsy, my 1924 cut-off touring.
2- 26 tourings
also 28 model A pick up
25 cab top light express
25 touring w/ california top
Several speedster projects
Tons of parts hoping to be a car someday
I`ve been DOWNSIZING----down to 1912 Touring, `24 Touring, 1908 Model S, 1930 Model A tudor, 1929 Model A roadster, and 1969 2CV4 Citreon. I really don`t miss the 10 Model Ts I sold at auction, last fall----Plenty of things to work on, just FEWER things to work on.....Paul
Just one lonely 1927 Tudor.
Just a 26 Touring.
and 3 Chrysler products.
and a good pair of walking shoes.
12 custom bodied Tourabout
16 roadster PU
25 roadster PU
26 Canadian Fordor
Also 18 Chalmers 5 pass touring
Late 14 Touring purchased new by my wife's grandparents and a 26 Snowmobile.
I have a 1920 runabout.
I have a 1916 Touring.
1926 Roadster Pickup
Combination 1923 like Tudor licensed 1920
I have 3 Model T's.
A 24 Coupe that I inherited and restored from my Grandfather and 2 that I built up from the surviving parts.
A 1919 Roadster and a 1921 Touring.
I have a 24 roadster im working on now that my father bought in the 40s.
Just the one -- a slab side '12 touring.
But I did learn something new from this thread: Based on Noel Chicoine's explanation of why his '26 is a "Doctor's Coupe", I suddenly realized that mine is a "Pilot Car".
1926 canadian coupe
1926 canandian four door
I'm lucky enough to have just one. 'Canadian built Australian bodied '21 touring.
But I like it so much I'm building an underslung '15 Speedster using a Rootlieb kit.
9 Total, all run and are driven except the 13 11 roadster 13 tour 14 tour Rajo Speedster Laurel Speedster,23 roadster, 25 coupe,26 tour, back row tracter.
1927 roadster pickup project
31 model a pickup
6 to 8 tons of model t/a parts and tools
If I've learned nothing else from this thread, I've learned that T's are apparently infectious. And if any of us 'beginners' have issues finding one, it's because most of you gluttons own 6, 7, 8, or 9 Ts along with a slew of other old cars. Jeesh.
Be patient Rick. These will all be for sale in the next hundred years.
26 roadster pickup
26 TT with Martin Parry wood cab
Anothwr TT on the way.
59 impala 4dr ht
51 chevy pu
41 chevy coupe
Sick I tell you sick!
1918 Roadster Pickup
One is T enough for now.
Also plugging good useful space:
1958 DeSoto Fireflite convertible
1958 Plymouth Plaza 4s super-stripper
1966 Dodge Coronet 440 convertible
25 Coupe (needs restoring)
and about 90% of a 14 Touring (in parts)
also, a 1937 Ford coupe that I have owned for 49 years.
'13 roadster - the only one so far ? Liz is an "only chile".
1921 Huckster. One is enough. Ok not T but Ford, 1948 F2.
23 Roadster...Mine since 1945
24 Speedster..just completed
25 Ford...Bought in Naperville, Ill. (Carol Stream) 20 years ago.
Fordor. I typed Fordor and this "Crapple" though it knew better and changed it to "Ford"
1925 Australian Duncan & Fraser Ford 10 CWT Lorrie
'25 mostly original coupe
"23 TT project, plus a bunch of junk, I mean parts, going to Dallas soon.
David, I thought you were talking to my wife at first. Im glad you cleared that up for me.
10, 14, 15, 17
It sits in my garage with:
1925 Gray (not Dort) touring. (Has a Ford connection, though. Family was related to the first president of Ford and Frank Klingensmith was involved with the Gray.)
1936 DeSoto Airstream (All original. It won the Curators Choice award at the Motor Muster last year.)
1926 Dodge Brothers Four Door DeLuxe Sedan.
1923 American LaFrance Brockway Torpedo Fire Engine.
1923 Touring x 2
1926 Runabout P/U
1932 PB Plymouth sedan
We have a 16 the only T but also a 28 A and a 36 ford the T is my favorite to drive
1912 depot hack fully restored
1915 touring for sale--see ad in classified
1916 touring not restored and my beater car
1927 Marmon--E75 four passenger speedster
1988 Mustang--5.0 convertible
I also have a 1930 Model A station wagon that belonged to my brother who is deceased. It was an award winning restoration at AACA shows. Been in barn for about ten years. $35,000 or offers.
Best wishes Dick C.
1915 War Wagon
'14 touring and some Brand Xes.
I have three T's. Was just going to have one.
1915 T Runabout. Looking for an original '14 touring. Have 9 other brass-era cars from 1902 to 1912 in various stages of restoration plus a high wheel bike collection. Totally lost in the past I guess. If I could, I would have a steam locomotive too.
A 15 Canadian touring and a 34 five widow coupe. The T's are infectious, I have starting the hunt for T fire truck parts at the same time as the touring project continues.
24 C Cab and 26 Touring
A pile of parts. For many years, I had hoped to put together a 1914 Touring. Now I think I'll save up my money and buy a car that runs.
Otis, Frank and Clarence in the garage just bein' cool.
This is a great list of cars to have. We didn't all include pictures. Here is a previous similar discussion showing more cars.
Good grief. This thread reveals an amazing collection of Model T's.
We have a 1924 Coupe and 1926 Roadster Pickup (both pictured below) and a disassembled 1923 Touring project, and a 1964 1/2 Mustang and 1977 Corvette.
arly 27 buit 10/26
Thomas Edfors: If you happen to have an '11 you'd part with, you might be able to work out something with Bill Elliot who has a very nice, very original '14 Touring. PM me for details if you want.
1925 Model T Roadster pickup