Welcome to the Model T Ford Speedster Gallery. This page is dedicated to the Model T Speedster in all its forms. With the fascination in racing in the early 20th century, many a Model t owner was inspired to build their own Speedster. Whether this can be attributed to the success of Henry Ford with his speed record of 60mph in 1903 or the endurance of the Model T in the cross country race from New York to Seattle in 1909 is anyone's guess. But the Model T was raced by many in varied forms and spawned a range of aftermarket accessories to improve speed such as the Rajo and Frontenac ovehead valve heads, different carburettors and lowered front axles among many. Here are a range of photo's of Speedsters, kindly supplied by Model T enthusiasts from around the world. Click on each image to view a larger version.
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| Assembled from 18-26 parts, Fronty T Head Chicago Aux Transmission, owned by Walt Berdan of Washington USA. || 1923 Speedster fitted with a Frontenac Head and Perex honeycomb radiator, owned by Terry Howarth, Queensland Australia. || 1926 Speedster, owned by Glen Pullin of Victoria, Australia. |
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| Speedster owned by Alan Tobin. || Speedster owned by Alan Tobin. || Assembled from 18-26 parts, Fronty T Head Chicago Aux Transmission, owned by Walt Berdan of Washington USA |
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