Read the description. Its like a "tur-duck-en"!
It's got a Model A crankshaft.
But is says it has a model A engine inside a T block. It must be a small a.
Odd. I wonder what he meant to say?
Jerry's right, the car has a "T" block machined so it can run a heftier "A" crank- the seller just had an odd way of saying it!
Probably just selling grandad's old T from the estate and remembering him saying something about there being A parts in there for more power.
Darn, from the description, I was expecting to see a T with either two engines, inline, or two engines angled 60 degrees, side by side.
It is good to be a bit correct!
"The engine is an A series first production Model A engine, the body is from the Model T Ford Piquette Avenue Plant."
But would a Doctor drive this variation of a coupe?
Dang That car is just down the road from me.