Check out this car.
https://www.proxibid.com/aspr/1919-Touring-Edition-Model-T/37690156/LotDetail.as p?lid=37690156&rts=/asp/searchadvanced_i.asp%23searchid%3D0%26type%3Dlot%26searc h%3Dmodel%2Bt%2Bford%26sort%3Drelevance%26view%3Dgallery%26length%3D25%26start%3 D1%26refine%3D#topoflot
Well it aint a '19 that's for sure. And a poor representation of a '15 for that matter.
What's the thingy on the floor?
The serial number is unclear, but it looks like the engine really may be 1919. Parts salad.
If I had the extra parts kicking around I have thought about doing the same thing to my 21 Huckster.
Charles, if you mean the extra lever it's a Ruckstell shifter.
Hello Tim Wrenn: That thing does not look anything like my '19 Touring.
Looks like somebody with a '14 wanted a starter, so they installed a '19 replacement engine? It does have a Ruckstell.
Looks like a 1919 that someone tried to make look like an earlier car by adding a brass radiator, hood, hood former and lights. It could be a good car for someone if the price was right. You could easily sell the early parts and replace them with the correct 1919 radiator, lights, and hood with some $ left over. The brass radiator and 1911-12 headlamps are worth some decent money. And it has a Ruckstell which is always a plus. If you like it, try to buy it. There is a lot of potential here.
It is a Johnny Cash car. Representation of all years.
Thank You Bob.... I was thinking the same thing...LOL
Hi Bill! Yep I bet it doesn't! Just because the engine MAY be a '19 sure's heck doesn't make the CAR one does it! LOL..like Steve J. said.."parts salad". Or a Frankenpartsstein!