1925 Ford Model T, Touring Edition
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Corcoran, California, United States
Features and Specifications
|Drive type:||Original manual|
1925 Ford Model T TouringHave owned this Model T for over 10 years. It was purchased from a ranch in mountainous terrain. It was purpose-built for such terrain with heavy duty components.
Upgraded to 12-volt electrical system. Ignition points, coil, starter and generator upgraded appropriately. All lights work.
The engine was rebuilt and balanced circa 2013 by a local gentleman that professionally restores vintage vehicles. Very little time / mileage on the new drivetrain.
Two-speed Ruckstell gearbox provides high and low ranges. This transmission was freshened up at the same time as the engine, along with a new clutch. It has the optional larger metal wheels for tackling almost any on-road or off-road conditions. Has been stored inside and driven around the block yearly.
The "convertible" top is in good condition as well. The outer cover could stand to be replaced.
Clear title in-hand. Original VIN tag was missing. The confidential VIN was verified as clear, not stolen, and in good standing. After the verification, the California Highway Patrol issued and attached a new VIN tag. It is seldom driven, so the DMV registration status is "non-operational" at this time to suspend fees.
New owner will be responsible for transportation to its new home. If necessary, we can provide contact information for both open and enclosed transport companies we have used in the past.
We can be contacted in the usual manner(s). "Contact seller" is always a great way to get answers to any questions you may have. If buyer wishes to have any modifications or services performed on the car, we can also be contacted through our website diasclassiccars dot com.
Thanks for looking and best of luck in auction endeavors.On Jan-07-18 at 17:43:45 PST, seller added the following information:
The paint shows well. It is definitely seasoned, but still polishes up nicely for events. It comes equipped with the usual chips, scratches, and overall patina collected from decades of use.