1923 MODEL T COUPE FAMILY OWNED 70 YEARS RUNS GREAT RESTORE HOT ROD OR RAT ROD

Price: US $3,550.00 Item location: Chesterfield, Virginia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model T
  • SubModel: Coupe
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Coupe
  • Year: 1923
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: 7240690
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: Flathead 4
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Planetary
  • Drive type: Planetary - 3 speed: two forward one reverse
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1923 Ford Model T Coupe

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***READY TO RESTORE HOT ROD OR RAT ROD --- STORED INSIDE 70 YEARS --- NO RUST***
***NEW WOOD --- CLEAR TITLE --- ELECTRIC START --- RUNS GREAT***

This is a 1923 Ford Model T coupe the owner asked me to list. He inherited the T after his father's death. His father owned the car about 60 years and it was always stored inside. The car has NO RUST. The owner has replaced the wood in the car. Engine runs great. The owner has not tried to drive it but he did jack up the rear, tart the car and the transmission works in low, igh and reverse. The body has some dings in the hood and front fenders. Tires are old and need replacement. It has the original wood wheels which the owner's father sanded, ut on banana oil and shellacked over 40 years ago. The doors do not have glass but the windows behind the doors do have glass that can be pulled up or let down. There is no speedometer/odometer so I listed mileage as zero. This is a nice solid Model T that someone could restore, ot rod, at rod or use for advertising purposes. I have included a lot of photos so you can see exactly what you will get if you are the winning bidder. Email any questions and we can set up at time for you to see the Model T. This car is located in Mechanicsville, A 23116

Wooden spoke wheels are in good shape - they were redone over 40 years ago

The owner's father used some red paint he had to paint under the driver rear fender many years ago

It has a single taillight and an old tire on the spare rack

It's a tall T coupe

Restore or rod or use it as an attention getter for your business

It has a crank and an electric starter

It has a trunk for storage

Interior could use some work

Fat man steering wheel removes easily

Wooden floor

Here are the pedals

Steering wheel

Dash

Old shade for back window

New wood for top - car will need a new top

Passenger door with new wood - both doors will need glass

Driver door with new wood

Engine had not ran in two years but the owner charged up the battery and the engine fired up and runs great

Passenger side of the engine

Engine serial number

Owner had radiator repaired two years ago

Hose was replaced after radiator repair

Firewall

Trunk has new wood

Inside the trunk

Board is used to hold the lid open

Board removed so you can see access to the battery for the electric starter

Under the engine

Under the transmission

Under the body

Rear

Engine serial number is 724069 - built March 1923

VIN on title matches engine serial number

Classic T front end - crank turns engine over

Motometer says Messko Thermometer Made in Germany - it is vintage and not new

Windshield needs to be replaced

Driver front fender

Hood sides have catches on both sides

Hood

Both doors open and close

Front fender goes into running board

Running board with Ford script

Close up of the Ford script

Driver rear fender

Coupe body

Back glass - all glass could be replaced

Trunk lid

Spare and taillight

Passenger side rear fender

Luggage carrier

Body is in very decent shape for being a 1923

Passenger front fender and hood side

Car needs some love but it is very solid and worthy of a restoration

If you are seriously interested in this car my advice is to come and see it. The car is located in just north of Richmond, irginia in Mechanicsville, A 23116 a couple of miles off I-95. Serious bidders can email me any questions or email if you’d like to make an appointment to see this car or if you would like the owner's number to talk to him.

Terms of sale: winning bidder should contact me within 24 hours of the auction’s end. If you cannot pick up the car right away send a 10% deposit within 3 days and make arrangements to pick up the car. We would like the car picked up within 14 days.