1914 Ford Model T Speedster

Price: US $2,500.00 Item location: Plympton, Massachusetts, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model T
  • Type: speedster
  • Year: 1914
  • Mileage: 99,999,999
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 176 flathead
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1914 Ford Model T

Speedster was created from factory kit available in magazines in the 50's and finished in 1951. Was made as a fire chiefs car. All Model T running gear. First paint job shows gold leaf around the bucket seats. Second coat is majority of what you see. Much detail in 1/2 round wood work around cowling and other areas of car. Has original "Neverout" side lamps. Headlights are steel with brass ring and tops. Spotlight on top of cowl. Car is themed as a Budweiser car currently with old signs etc. Taillight is a black and brass 14 E&J style. bucket seat flip forward for battery and storage access. Box on back open from top and a small pizza box sized opening at the bottom of the box swings down as well. Lot's of storage for an open car. Car was pristine and still shows the details when first restored in the 50's. Car is weathered and aged, showing the current highly desired patina, classic car folks are seeking. Runs on coils as well as magneto. Has original "B" type acetylene tank with gauge. Potato horn works and is extremely rare. Has electric starter and I believe a 1924 coupe engine. Wheels that are pictured are demountables and do not go with the car, I will put back on the original 30X3 and 30X3.5 natural stained wood fello wheels at time of sale. Pictures of wheels available for serious interest. Sheetmetal work around rear seat below storage box is very intricate factory work. Push type "ahooga" horn. Nothing really underhood for add on's. Cooker fits but not included. Go anywhere crowd pleaser for your collection. You won't find another, shows it's history unlike a perfectly restored "kit" looking car. I won't reveal reserve, please don't ask. Car is in Massachusetts and can be picked or you arrange shipping.