1914 ford model t brass car

Price: US $9,400.00 Item location: Hazlet, New Jersey, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model T
  • Trim: touring
  • Year: 1914
  • Engine size: gas
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Drive type: 4cyl
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1914 Ford Model T

1914 MODEL T BRASS TOURING CAR this 102 year old car was purchased by my grandfather back in the 90s .It has a complete frame off restoration just prior of his purchase without a hint of rust any where.I inherited this car when my grandfather passed away along with others Since i inherited the Model T, it has been in a climate controlled garage for some years now There is some minor chipping on the bottom of the hood where the latches catch,as well as some minor marks on the running boards and a little touch up mark on one fender.the paint on the car shine and looks very well . it will take minimal work in order to make this antique into a show car.The seats a like brand new very well done,the top was also new with a minor mark on top as it hit into my garage door not a rip like a scuff.The undercarriage of the car is very clean like new.It has many options such as a RUXTELL AXEL($4000option) rocky mountain brakes,kevlar transmission bands,brass hup caps, brass stained glass wing windows. The windshield on the upper glass has a small crack in the corner and also one stained glass section has a crack,In addition it has a large brass clock,,doubled mounted spare tires all tire are new,the car starts nicely with the crank,has a new brass carburator,and new gas tank.It also has a true fire ignition from bittner engineering for easy starting, this does not change original appearance of the car.The the engine and transmission were park of the restoration making the car run and drive the way it should.The RUXTELL AXEL is great for driving slow in parades and for steep hills.you can look at the true fir ignition on true-fire.com website if and questions or videos or more pics contact me at aajeep26@aol.com thanks for looking