1925 Model T For Sale - SOLD

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1925 Model T For Sale - SOLD

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***SOLD***

Reluctantly selling our Model T. We simply have too many cars here and the wife won't stop bringing them home. Inquire for more details.

Rare, Canadian-made model with 2 doors (Stamped "Made in Canada" on block, head, intake and radiator shell)
1926 steel bed (wood floor). Stock condition, 6-volt electrical system. Upgrades include Anderson timer and Rocky Mountain brakes. Has the factory electric start as well as crank start. The original 1925 Maine license plate is still mounted on the front. 1925 California plates are assigned (one mounted on rear, one off car) and are included only for a California buyer.

The vehicle is a good solid driver in good overall condition with a few paint blemishes. The wood wheels and wood bed floor are all in good condition with some wear on the varnish that can be easily re-coated if desired. The convertible top is in great shape. The tires have plenty of tread but are older so they should be replaced soon. Needs very little work to be perfect. Comes with a custom car cover and some spares.

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Re: 1925 Model T For Sale

Post by VWNate1 »

Wait, you're blaming it on your wife ?!.

I never thought of that .
-Nate
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