1915 Ford Model T Station HackSOLD
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This Model T Station Hack (also called a Depot Hack) is in absolutely superb condition. It was acquired many years ago from Philadelphia by well known car enthusiast and expert Mr. Colin Crabbe who believes he may well have been only its third owner. In the year 2,000 he had it completely restored on a no-expense spared basis as a promotional vehicle for his “Complete Automobilist” business. On his retirement he sold the T to its current owner who recently drove it on the 2006 London to Brighton Commercial Run where it started as Number 1 and was the first to finish. The condition of this vehicle really has to be seen to be appreciated, everything about it indicates the very superior quality of the restoration yet it has retained its correct commercial vehicle finish and is not at all overdone. The engine, which is one of the smoothest I have heard on a car of this age, has recently been professionally fitted with a correct Model T electric start. The Hack is very versatile in that can be used as a light commercial pick-up or it will function perfectly well as family transport as it comes with a (modern) removable rear bench seat. It is very versatile being eligible for both VCC and HCVC events. Its versatility also means that as well as personal transport it will make an excellent promotional vehicle for use at shows, rallies and exhibitions. Furthermore, as well as being easy to drive, there is a really strong back up service with pretty well all parts available for Model Ts

Reference Number 4168

as of 9/25/2006

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Car 1915 Ford Model T Station Hack
Exterior / Interior Color      Dark Green /      Black 
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