Sunday, February 19, 2012

1912 Ford Model-T Speedster

For those first owners who wanted excitement and sporting fun in 1912, a Model T Ford was an easy conversion to a Speedster, much as the case with many cars of the period. Driving a Model T is always an experience, but the added wind-in-the-face Speedster brings more smiles per mile than many faster, but also more complicated classics.

The 1912 Ford Model T Speedster presented here is an older restoration of a great example of a brass Ford speedster. The car runs and drives well and would give many more years of enjoyment and entertainment to its new owner. The car presents itself very well but does have some paint flaws and imperfections as seen in the photos.
The car is equipped with matching E&J Headlights, E&J Cowl Lights and a E&J Taillight. Brass motometer and Brass Hub Caps with complimenting Brass Center Caps. Car was updated with a Starter and Distributor for easy starting. A dropped front axle gives the car a low slung look. This car is titled as a 1912 Ford but has been restored and assembled using later and reproduction Model-T Ford parts.

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