Lot 958-1921 Ford Model T NO RESERVE


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1921 Ford Model T Touring

VIN# 5094784 (located on left side of engine block-Engine number is VIN number)

Mileage –  unknown- no speedometer or odometer

Engine  – 176.7 cu.in. Flathead 4 cylinder

Transmission – Planetary system 2 speed

Color- Black

Interior – Black

Body: This car has had a very nice restoration at some time in its life. The fenders and body panels are in very good condition.  The paint has some marks but overall is in very good condition. The car’s top and bows are in good condition and the windshield and rear windows are also very good.

The floor boards are in good condition. The dash panel is in nice shape and the ignition switch and a AMP gauge both look great. The seats and side panels have been upholstered in original style in Naugahyde material and are still in excellent condition.

Engine and Running Gear: The engine is not currently in running condition. There are no coolant hoses on it and the head is not tightened down. It is unknown as to why the head was taken loose, we photographed the engine with the head off to see the state of the inside which is clean and it is not seized. There are no visible cracks and the valves and pistons look good. Everything is intact and in place for the transmission and rear end but in unknown condition because the car is not running.

The fuel tank has only very light surface rust inside but should be usable as is. This car has been equipped with an electric starter and it has a rear mounted spare tire. All four tires are 30X3½. The front tires are Firestones. The tread is good and they show well but they are over 7 years old. The rear tires are Fisk Windsor brand and are old and badly cracked.

Overall this is a nice cosmetic example of a model T Touring car.  The car is licensed to a Washington State Horseless Carriage plate (plates are on the front and rear) which will come with the car.