This Ford Model T was built out of assembled parts decades ago before being purchased by the current owner, who then had the vehicle restored. It remains a fine example of a well-maintained older restoration performed by Yankee Engine-uity in Owls Head, Maine. The engine was rebuilt by Spicer’s “T” Works in Brunswick, Maine. The body was carefully built to resemble a 1912 Ford Model T. Used as a regular touring car, this classic early Ford is set to drive, starts and runs well, and, according to the consignor, is in excellent condition. This brass-era vehicle comes with the a mother-in-law seat that was replaced by the beautiful wooden flatbed and can be easily reattached without modification. Sold with recent registration.
*Sale prices are inclusive of the buyers premium