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1926 Ford Model T for sale - Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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FOR SALE: 1926 Ford Model T $20,000 USD
Morgantown, PA

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1926 Ford Model T Tudor Sedan The Model T came in many configurations including a sedan, sportster, four door, pickup truck and whatever else Henry could build upon your request.  The early days of the blue oval were interesting, with Henry holding on tight to the corporate reins and squeezing as much out of that Model T design chassis as he could.  Legend has it that he took his potential executives out for dinner during the interview process.  If you got your food, and you salted it prior to tasting it, you were not to be hired, as it shows you may have a propensity to make decisions without checking all the facts first! For consignment a 1926 Ford Model T Tudor sedan.  This tall brass era chunk of history is configured to take at least 5 passengers comfortably to their destination.  It is in barn find condition, comes in a wonderful shade of dark green and is a piece of automotive history.  While you may have heard that you could have a Model T in any color so long as it was black, nothing could be further from the truth.  Red and gray were used prior to June 1909, green was used from prior to June 1909 through 1910 and blue was used from 1911 until very early 1913.  Starting in 1913 and continuing until 1926 black was the only color option, then come 1926 a whole host of new colors became available.  Talk about history getting muddled throughout the ages... NO TITLE-SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY Exterior As a not often seen Tudor sedan we see a bit of a higher stance.  Also, as was mentioned earlier, a new color palette was available for the 1926  model year, and this car is in green with black fenders and fillers!  A real change from what is normally seen on a Model T, a closed cockpit is seen with a visored and vinyl covered roof, as metal working technology was not able to create such a large piece of flat steel at the time.  This is a 2-door version with clear glass encompassing the cabin to let your passengers breathe in the sights, all the while being sheltered from the weather.  The body is fairly rust free and has a satin finish of patina and age throughout.  Simple black curvy fenders frame wood 30-inch spoked wheels with a natural grain finish.  A few chip offs are noted in the finish along with cracking body work on the lower panels.  The running boards are solid and on the front rusted and tarnished chrome bezels hold the tie-bar equipped head lighting in front of the twin barred bumper and silver radiator corral.  Out back, a single tail light hovers atop the driver\'s rear fender and a spare tire rests just behind the tarnished twin bar rear bumper. Interior A  swing of the door allows us to climb aboard and reveals 2 deeply tufted and padded cloth covered front bucket seats.  These show some wear and moth damage in various locations throughout.  A matching bench stretches across the back of the car, meeting up with the gray/brown broadcloth inner rear panels   The green steel dash in very steampunk styling has oversized round black faced instruments with a tarnished chrome bezel and single knobs and dials as well as the steering wheel which is big and original rising towards the driver.  Wood planks are making up the floor and are somewhat loose.  Caressing the sides of the front buckets are material and color matching door panels with shiny chrome cranks.  These panels have succumbed to heavy moth damage and will need replaced.  The Model T pedal setup is there for you to figure out! Drivetrain Under the hood is a 177ci inline 4-cylinder engine which is unrestored.  A fine covering of surface rust and plenty of patina can be seen throughout the bay.  A 1-barrel carburetor feeds this small mill and on the back is a 2-speed planetary transmission that sends power to the 3.64 geared rear axle. Undercarriage Showing some areas of surface rust, black paint and wood flooring, the undercarriage remains solid and structurally sound.  Road dirt and slight surface rust are noted on the underside


  • Price$20,000 USD
  • Odometer0
  • Body Stylesedan
  • Stock #1061

Price History

Original Price$20,000
Listed Price$20,000

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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