Steering Wheel—The steering wheel on open and closed cars was recently increased from 16 to 17 inches in diameter. Accessories—Standard equipment on all closed cars include windshield wiper, rear view mirror, windshield visor and dash light. Ford Only Offered Other Paint Colors to Black in the Last Two Years of Production of the Model T This Example Is Painted in the Highly Desirable Highland Green with Black Fenders Beige Cloth Interior White Wall Tires Rare Enclosed and Very Spacious Cabin Beautifully Restored Show-Quality Car Original 4-Cylinder Engine runs beautifully 2-Speed Planetary Transmission Wood Spoke Wheels Rear Roll-Down Privacy Curtains. At times descriptive opinions differ. Light bar with headlights included. To most, it was the end of an era—almost like a death in the family.
Rustproof compartment lid hinges are concealed at the juncture of the rear deck and the body. Running gear was, of course, also black. I will help with loading to the extent to which I can without cost or hardship to me. This item has been described to the best of my abilities. All of these cars offered a three-speed, selective-gear transmission and a starter as standard equipment. If you do no do this, your bid will be canceled, and you will be blocked from my auctions. The differences may have been due to the different paints used.
It was subsequently completely restored by the vendor, with a new interior in period style grey fabric, and repaint in red and black livery. They are narrower, this giving the driver better vision in every direction. At times descriptive opinions differ. Foot room also is increased. During 1926, two new models were shown in the catalogs; the Sports Touring and the Sports Runabout. The beauty of the bodies has been further enhanced by the slightly raised radiator, larger hood, nickeled head lamp rims and in the case of closed cars nickeled radiator shells.
But I think it's because it was built in 1925 and titled in '25 but, tis a 1926 model. On good roads, it could be driven all day on its 3. The top is like new. No attempt was made to disguise the fact that his was just a restyling of the previous Fords. Buyer will be given a Bill of Sale only for this car as Georgia is a non-Title state for cars older than 1985.
Designed by Holley, and used earlier on some 1925 cars, this carburetor system drew fuel past a thin steel plate which was heated by exhaust gasses, giving better vaporization of the poor fuels of the day. . Aside from these modifications, along with new radius and brake rods, the rear axle was the same as the earlier models. This engine pan had been standard equipment since 1924. It runs on the magneto as well as battery.
By Sherm Wetherbee on Thursday, June 25, 2009 - 01:09 pm: Mark, get back to work!!! The newer look was like a shot in the arm but the patient died anyway. An open car is much easier and cheaper. Mine is a Cartouche kit. Now sold with a new MoT and road fund licence the car is reported to be running well. This location greatly aided fuel flow, eliminating the flow problems the T had on steep hills. Chevrolet had risen like the Phoenix from the ashes in the early 1920s to a close second in 1926. Rear seat is 5 inches wider.
I urge you to come see this vehicle in person, if at all possible, prior to bidding. Added, too, were steel brackets which ran from these bolts to the chassis at the rear engine mounting, relieving the strain on the mounting ears which had a tendency to break in the earlier design. Do you need photos of the lifted flap so you can see how the underlying pouch looks? Interestingly, all these pans were made beginning in 1924 with sufficient room for the larger transmission brake drum introduced in the 1926 models, which might suggest that Ford had been planning this change for over a year before it appeared. Dad By on Thursday, June 25, 2009 - 01:55 pm: L O L!!!! Electrical equipment apparently also became standard on all cars, although non-starter open cars could be ordered from the factory. Ford preferred the transmission brake, however, so the new brakes were still operated by the hand lever.
This vehicle has a clean, clear Mississippi title. Competition was snapping at the heels of the company which had dominated the market for so many years. Comes with rear spare tire carrier and spare rim pictured. Recess Shelf—The shelf at the back of seat is 5 inches wider than in the former Coupe and affords more room to accommodate parcels or small luggage. This item has been described to the best of my abilities. Please ask any and all questions prior to bidding.
Even the upstart Chrysler Corporation outsold Ford during some of the Thirties and Forties. Like the bodies, Ford fenders have been completely redesigned to give added beauty to the cars. Jim By on Tuesday, July 07, 2009 - 07:45 am: By on Tuesday, July 07, 2009 - 08:56 am: Thanks Tim. But it was Fords Model T that put the world on wheels. Ebay will take down my listing if I put a youtube link on my listing. The sweep of the body lines from the radiator cap back to the spare tire carrier is startling.