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1911 Ford Model T

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$12,600

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1911 Ford Model T

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1911 Ford Model T

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1911 Ford Model T

Winning Bid: $12,600 (USD) by: Nela

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Chassis/VIN:

625671

Location:

Pompton Lakes, New Jersey

Odometer:

0 (Mi)

Lot Number:

6453709

Engine:

177ci I-4

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

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Winning Bid: $12,600 (USD) by: Nela

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

625671

Location:

Pompton Lakes, New Jersey

Odometer:

0 (Mi)

Lot Number:

6453709

Engine:

177ci I-4

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

Your bid is a contract between you and the listing creator. If you have the highest bid you will enter into a legally binding purchase contract.

Vehicle Story

This 1911 Ford Model T roadster was completely rebuilt and restored in the mid 1980’s, and has spent the past 35 years as a museum piece. In preparation for the sale, the 177ci inline-4 was refreshed to the tune of approximately $2,400 in parts. This roadster is now offered with a clear New Jersey title in the seller's name.

The body is finished in pale yellow with a tan soft top, a scheme predating changes made in 1914. Classic styling is captured in the flat body panels, pentagonal brass radiator, 5-sided hood, brass lantern-style exterior lighting, folding windshield, side view mirrors, rear-mounted fuel tank, and driver-side spare.

Wooden artillery wheels have been replaced with a set of later model steel spoke units and equipped with fresh rubber. Steering and braking are managed manually, and the suspension consists of transversely-mounted leaf springs on each of the solid axles, which were meant to increase suspension travel on dirt roads.

Enclosed under a steel soft top frame is the brown, quilted-leather bench seat, wooden steering wheel, and dash. 

Three foot pedals and a hand brake protrude from the wood floor.

The 177ci inline-4 produced approximately 20 horsepower when new 110 years ago and is now running thanks to a recent refreshment at a cost of $2,400. Shifting is managed by engaging one of three floor pedals (low, reverse, and brake), and the emergency brake lever.

Additional undercarriage photos can be found in the gallery. 

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Comments & Questions

May 04, 2021
08:59 AM

This may be dumb but what's up with the tire color?

May 04, 2021
07:54 AM
Seller

@IamLostRU – I can only say I am totally enthralled. However, with a new acquisition in process and still scrambling to close on a place to store it (and something like this) - I can't easily participate now. If bidding doesn't satisfy - especially since I am NJ too....please advise on relist or options. Thanks..... ...

Feel free to call me. I can store at a nominal fee for a while. (551-206-1282).

May 04, 2021
07:39 AM

I can only say I am totally enthralled. However, with a new acquisition in process and still scrambling to close on a place to store it (and something like this) - I can't easily participate now. If bidding doesn't satisfy - especially since I am NJ too....please advise on relist or options. Thanks.....

May 02, 2021
01:19 PM

I am in New Zealand and am very impressed and interested in your amazing car. Having no experience with importing a vehicle, I would need to work through all that and need to know I have the support and assistance of the seller. If this car does not sell, I would be interested in discussing the possibility of what could be done. I don't want to by-pass any obligations Autohunter may expect but that could be managed as well, I'm sure. A beautiful car, it certainly is. kenbarthow@gmail.com

April 28, 2021
07:26 AM
Bidder

Can you show the vin on the vehicle ?

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