1921 Ford Model TSOLD

Rare Model T Centerdoor saloon in super condition

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I should start be declaring an interest - I like Model T Fords! As the pictures show this particular car is in very very good condition and should do well at shows. It also goes as well as it looks so you can readily think of using it for rallies or even gentle touring holidays. The centerdoor layout was designed to give easy access to the front and rear seats on a two door closed body and it works very well. The body is quite spacious inside and it has lots of large windows so it is very light and airy unlike many early closed cars which can seem a bit dark and gloomy. Mechanically it is very good indeed with everything properly joined together. The powerful engine, transmission and running gear are quiet and smooth in operation and the Rocky Mountain brakes are a big improvement on the standard equipment. It has also been fitted with flashing direction indicators which are very handy in modern traffic. If you haven't driven a Model T before the gearbox controls will seem a little bit different at first but after a short while you will get used to them and you may well end up wondering why all old cars aren't this easy to drive. In any case there is so much low down power that once you are running in top gear you very rarely have to drop down to low speed! This car was recently the property of well known motorist, journalist and American car afficionado Ronald "Steady" Barker and if he liked it then it must be good!

Reference Number 47824

as of 7/26/2009

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Car 1921 Ford Model T
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
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