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Built at the Piquette Plant in Detroit Michigan on June 26th 1909. She was shipped to New York state where she was owned by 2 owners for nearly 100 years.
We found this truck in Atlanta, Ga. the motor was on bed of truck in pieces with the help of a good friend we got it together and running. Truck is
Well it's not mine but a buddy of mine took this photo somewhere out by Edwards AFB, CA. Would love to hear the stories this old car could tell about
Hello friends, I have had the opportunity to work with Chris, via e-mail, on my restoration project, and let me tell you...he was very helpful whenever
This T was originally bought by my Father's mate for the tyres during the war years, then sold to my Dad for 5 pounds. It was then used as a run about
This 1925 Model T Runabout I owned for about 2 years, It's located in Covington, Washington.
Just a good ol T. Older restoration. Our summer family reunion, go fishin car. We are a FORD Family. One of 7 Model T's. Jerry
Grandpas 1922 Model T. Bought new. Picture taken around 1927. My dad, Wilbert Passehl, born in 1920, is hanging onto the door handle. Dad is 93 today
Gettin stung by a yellow jacket is painful but nothing close to gettin stung by a Ford. The venum has been in my blood stream all these years, and I'm
This a barn find and it's going to stay that way.Anyone can can make a car shiny.