1915 Ford Model T Speedster. The engine is a post production
replacement engine and Ford made these replacement engines to before the
start of WWII. The engine # is 15111715 and was manufactured in June of
1928. When the engine was overhauled new rings and valves were installed.
The transmission needed a new set of band linings. The engine and
transmission are in very good condition as I have driven about a couple
hundred miles. The chassis is original. This speedster has an original
ignition switch; steering column, coils and coil box, and original style
wiring harness and spark plug wires. The gas tank, which is the original 9
gallon oval tank, has been moved behind the seat. The floor of the body is
made out of 2"x 10" on the frame rails and ¾" pine tong and groove boards
between. The body is constructed of marine plywood and the cowl is made of
fiberglass. The seat is out of a school bus. I have a windshield that
attaches to the cowl when driving on the public highway. It has a starter,
straight exhaust so she talks a bit, and runs great on the engine's magneto.
The old gal runs great!!
I have owned this car for nearly 10 years and have had a lot of
fun with it. If you have any questions please contact me at my e-mail
address firstname.lastname@example.org and to see more photos go to my web page at
home.earthlink.net/~sbplny . $4,800 or best offer.