Hard to find a more honest description!!
A lot of potentially useful parts there. Or just have fun driving it
Not many T parts, steering upper column & wheel, maybe the tail lamps. Wheels are 19" A wheels, rear axle is something else with V-8 springs, Front axle appears to be 34 or later V8, everything else is ???
Engine looks British, maybe MGA, but I'm not sure.
Ops it says engine is Volvo.
Someone has gone to a lot of effort, but why would you ? Good buying still at $5 - tail lights look good !
Shortened TT frame?
Whatever it is, I think of all things it would be a great pile of parts to build a cheap-o early-style T-bucket from, just replace the body with maybe a reject cut-off touring and the engine with something more period.
I wonder how long it could have driven on the wheels with how poorly they were supported by the hubs ...
I like it. I know it is far from original, but would be a neat little toy to drive around town in.
Yes, cute toy, this is no more a Model T than a Bliss Surrey is a Curved Dash Oldsmobile--although I know of at least one licensed as such.
Ah, an there's the rub, no paperwork with this car--how do you get it titled? Homemade?? It certainly doesn't have any "safety" features!
On the windshield it was registered and titled in New York State 2003
looking close on the winshield it has NYS tags 6-12-92 so there should be a record on this car NY registration title vin #