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1914 Ford Model T Depot Hack

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Item location: Shirley, Arkansas, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model T
  • Type: U/K
  • Trim: Base
  • Year: 1914
  • Mileage: 111,111
  • VIN: 1046293
  • Engine size: 2.9L 2901CC 177Cu. In. l4 GAS L-HEAD Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Drive type: U/K
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Ford Model T 1914 Description

1914 Model T Depot Hack
Up for sale is a 1914 Ford Model T Depot Hack. The car is in really good shape. It runs and drives nice. It is an older restoration that still presents very well. Car is located in Shirley Arkansas. It comes with a clear Florida title.
Over all, in very good shape. Paint does have a few small chips in it and a small spot on both front fenders where the paint is slightly cracked. (See pictures) The wood has all been replaced and is in excellent shape. The material on the roof and the sides is still in new condition with no tears. The windshield is good also, with no chips or cracks.
The tires are in great shape with the exception of the front passenger tire. It does have some cracking and it does slowly leak down over a long period of time. I believe it may just be the valve stem as i do not believe the tube to be bad. I do have a new tire that is with another set as a spare. I might could throw the one new tire in if this car sells. The wheels are in great shape and the spokes are tight.
This is a rust free car that is straight and solid. It's still sporting all of its original brass fixtures including the original radiator and MotoMeter. There are no leaks on the radiator.
The interior is detailed up nicely and still presents as like new. The seats were recovered in black vinyl when restored and are in great shape with no rips or tears.
The car still has its original engine and transmission. The engine cranks up and runs good and the transmission works as it should. This car is hand crank only. The key functions as an on and off switch to switch from battery to magneto and then off.
Buyer is responsible for shipping. I can help with loading the car on transport or trailer. However, I personally do not know enough about driving this car to drive it onto a trailer. I have a couple friends that do though. If they are here to be able and help drive it on the trailer, then we will drive it on the trailer. Otherwise, I will help push it on a trailer. If the buyer picks the car up themselves and wishes to drive it on the trailer, that will be fine also. But we are not responsible for anything that may happen while they drive it on the trailer.
Thanks for looking!!

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