Radiator is an awful 2 row flat tube that doesn't cool. It runs about 3 miles without boiling, so I have a replacement one that's been dipped that I will be installing, or will be at least included with a metal dashboard, new day timer, and some other goodies. Klaxon 8C rebuilt and installed with new horn button. Did I forget to mention that this thing is on the road and all licensed? In NH there is no title required, so I do not have a title, however it's registered here, and have the old bill of sale.There is a simple wood body installed with two new bucket seats. I was planning on building something a little better eventually. Seats do not have any upholstery or anything. The current roller timer at a high speed introduces some skipping, which is why I bought a new day timer which I will be installing soon. Small wheel wobble, which is normal with original wheels at high speeds (40 mph). Smooth ride with the freshly oiled/greased leaf springs. There is some wear in the shackles and such, but nothing major. Passenger king pin has small, small play. I think it has long since died. Bands are original with the T, I have not changed them. Work great so no need just yet. Reverse has some sounds, which from what I understand is somewhat normal? I have pretty much into it what it is listed at.
It is priced what it is priced. Reasonable offers will be considered.
Let me know if you have any questions. May be able to deliver locally, not guaranteed.
The item "1927 Ford Model T" is in sale since Tuesday, August 28, 2018. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Vintage Car & Truck Parts\Other Parts". The seller is "lancaster_typewriter" and is located in Moultonborough, New Hampshire.
This item can be shipped to United States.