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1922 Model T Ford Roadster Pickup on 2040cars

Year:1922 Mileage:99999 Color: Black / Black
Location:

Eagle River, Wisconsin, United States

Eagle River, Wisconsin, United States
Transmission:Planatary with Auxillary Transmission
Body Type:ROADSTER PICKUP
Engine:4 cylinder
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Year: 1922
Interior Color: Black
Make: Ford
Number of Cylinders: 4
Model: Model T
Trim: Roadster Convertible Pickup
Drive Type: Standard
Mileage: 99,999
Warranty: NO WARRANTY--SOLD AS IS
Exterior Color: Black
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

Here is a late 1922 Ford Model T Roadster Converted Pickup Truck.  One of the nicest you will find.

It just had a ground up restoration (3 yr. project).  Two new tires tubes and flaps; kelver band linings; exhaust manifold; flywheel ring gear; gas sediment bowl; starter drive; ignition switch; Anderson timer; wires and plugs; battery; carburetor; seat and back springs; door kick panel set; new top and upholstery and too many more items to mention. This vehicle has a 2 speed universal transmission and the standard high gear and has 3 speeds in reverse. Gear ratio is about the same as a Model A. No 'Chug-Chug' when you put it in high gear. It goes through the gears very smoothly. There is a big difference with the universal transmission, you will think you are driving a Model A. No smoke from engine. Runs great. All original sheet metal.  Paint work is primer; sealer; base coat and clear coat. A few imperfections in paint. A few imperfections in the sheet metal, after all she is 90 years old. No guarantees-sold as is.  Buyer responsible for pick-up arrangements or shipping.

 


On Jul-08-13 at 08:53:09 PDT, seller added the following information:

Pickup box was made from solid red oak and finished with 6 coats of high gloss ultra-violet marine varnish from Holland and hand sanded between each coat.  Bed of box is made from oak plywood.

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