1926 Ford Model T Coupe

 

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This example features Henry Ford steel throughout along with good solid woodwork throughout the flooring. It rides on stock 21-inch steel rimmed wood spoke wheels with old Firestone 4.50-4.75-21 tires all around. The tires are dry cracked but holding air. There is a spare tire mounted in the rear. The interior features a re-upholstered black vinyl seat. The dash features the amp gauge & ignition. There is no odometer or speedometer on this model. The floorboard is covered by a rubber mat. The pedals are in good condition and the foot starter is working.

The hand crank doesn't want to catch on the teeth, but the engine will start and run. Under the hood is the good running 4-cylinder. We at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas decided to recruit the local Model T club to help us get this stored Model T running. Be sure to play the video. An alternator has been installed, otherwise its stock underhood. The flooring and suspension appears to be in good shape throughout. This T has been kept stored out of the weather since its older restoration.

The vinyl top and headliner are in good condition. The old doors are solid. The fuel fill is in the cowl. The gas gauge consists of using a ruler and sticking it down there till its wet. The battery is mounted in the trunk. It will need to be charged up to start and run again. This one will need to be trailer home. Ask us about referring you to a trusted carrier.