Seller knows it's not a Ford, but somehow still thinks it's a Model T!!
I knew someone that had one "exactly" like it, only it was a Dodge, and a convertible, and had a rumble seat, and it was a woodie, but it was a 1932 Model T.
Might be a T bumper inside the car, but other than that its all Chevy.
Had one like it years ago and the wood work replacement was worse than any T I ever owned. No door posts in this one will be fun.
When I first got into classic cars about 9 or 10 years ago, I was watching Barrett-Jackson on TV, and saw a "Chevrolet Model T" cross the block.
I couldn't dig up much information other than this one website.
As far as I can tell, it is a legitimate vehicle. Does anyone know otherwise?
Chevrolet's truck Model was called Model T. Started production in 1918, I believe. That's a cool looking flatbed truck!
That car is not a Chevrolet Model T. It is a series "AA" Chevrolet Capitol four door sedan.
It's exactly like mine, but different.
I remember being at Pate back in the early 90's.
I was in my 20's, fresh out of the military.
I was standing there, looking at a 20's era Chevrolet sedan in "barn fresh" condition when an old-timer walked up, stood next to me and said, "don't buy it son, those damn Chevies are all wood on the inside".
He walked off and a few minutes later another old codger walked up, saw me looking at it and said almost the exact same thing.
Royce, look closely at the picture. I don't think it's a car made into a truck. I'm not an expert but I believe that very possibly is a late teens Cheverlot one ton truck. Willis Jenkins is right, Cheverlot did make a truck call a "T" for ton .
I don't know about the chassis on that Chevrolet truck but, the radiator, hood and cowl are identical to the Chevrolet 490. The 490 was produced through 1922. I don't know the fenders, maybe from a Chevrolet Model FB?