I do have more if need be. The rear quarter panel was made in one piece instead of two separate pieces. From what Kim is describing, without photos, maybe 3,000 or thereabouts. Next, does it start, does it drive, will the engine turn over or is it frozen. So, the engine and firewall seem to indicate various year parts and some home-spun modifications. This is a very good value for the guy that would like a project.
The survival rate is low, and consequently the Sedan is highly sought after. Find Auto Related Collectibles, Automobilia, Advertising, Auto Manuals, Auto Books, Auto Brochures and Vintage Auto Literature For Sale! Or put it on e-bay and let the market determine the value. Best wishes, Keith Gumbinger By on Wednesday, August 12, 2009 - 07:49 pm: Kim, It looks like a pretty complete barn-fresh Model T Touring. Over 1 million 1920 Model T's were produced. But that being said, you will need to provide more information than a model T titled 1921 possibly a touring and it is rusty and needs a lot of work. The followed the 1921 Fords. Imitation leather upholstery was used on open cars and gray cloth with a lined pattern was used on closed cars.
The doors were located midway on the body on either side and opened to a plush interior. If it happens to have overhead valves instead of the stock flathead,you just hit the jackpot. By on Thursday, August 13, 2009 - 03:32 am: that looks to be in very similar condition as mine was. . But,this has been awhile ago.
In addition to the Roadster and sedan shown below The Ford Motor Co. In addition the seats was lower and had higher backs. Each 1920 Ford Model T Center Door Sedan was equipped with a 22. Kim, you need to post some photos too. We have several guys that are asking to buy it and have no idea what it is worth.
The followed the 1920 Fords. But I agree with Alex and Jerry, these values are so out of reality that they should just be ignored unless I'm the one selling. The same efficent four cylinder engines were fitted in the Sedans. When it was bought by General Motors in 1921, many skilled occupations were displaced by machines, conveyors and repetitive, specialised work. Nevertheless the Center Door Sedan an all-season car of style and convenience for social occasions, shopping and general use did not prove as popular as the open models and even in Detroit never represented more than 13 per cent of overall production. Purchased in 1973 for £500 from Ray Morse of Repps, Norfolk, this remarkably-original Model T is one of the rarer versions of the British-built Ford. Give me a couple of days.
Ford had begun manufacture in Britain in October 1911 in a former tramcar factory at Britains first industrial estate, Trafford Park, built on the parkland of the De Trafford family by the Manchester Ship Canal. It would sure be interesting if this was the man and his car! Give the car a good washing, try to get it running a runner brings more money than an unknown and list it with a reserve to find out exactly what it's worth. Find Auto Related Collectibles, Automobilia, Advertising, Auto Manuals, Auto Books, Auto Brochures and Vintage Auto Literature For Sale! Anyhow,this guy,in his early-mid 60s' in the early 1980s' mentioned he had a mostly original T touring at home. It appears to be typical '21 vintage with a newer motor or at least a newer coil box. The Model T Runabout for 1920 continued in the previous style. Now if you could provide some pictures of the exterior, interior, and engine, this would be useful to determine a value. I think that's a very common experience.
The car has both oil and electric sidelights; the headlamps, of course, are electric. It has a highspeed rear end. Vehical is also black in color. By on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 - 08:22 am: yep By on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 - 08:48 am: I would agree that those are very optimistic prices. Thanks By on Monday, July 13, 2009 - 10:46 am: Pictures? These guys are pretty close on the value of your car. The engine serial number is on the side of the block above the water inlet, under the coil box.
Looking for any ideas on what a selling price would be and the model. This example is in original condition, and the interior trim appears to be as fitted at the factory, right down to the roller blind on the rear window. By on Saturday, July 18, 2009 - 02:54 pm: Kim, Interesting pictures--in some ways they bring up more questions than they answer! Surviving sales records show that only 687 of the Model T Fords sold in Britain in 1920 were Sedans, out of total sales of 46,362 units. Hard to find a good restoration project like this. These changes appeared only on the 1920 Model T open cars. By on Friday, July 17, 2009 - 11:17 am: Is it a mini version like what the Shriners might use in parades? By on Wednesday, July 15, 2009 - 09:18 am: I will get some pictures for everyone to view.
By on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 - 10:27 am: Strange numbers indeed. The Touring Car was changed in 1920. Enter your username and password if you have an account. If you would like, we will also send you pictures. Our vehicale has a new converdibal top. Add a Message This is a public posting area.
By on Wednesday, August 12, 2009 - 01:46 pm: I have a 1919 ford model t touring car. By on Friday, July 17, 2009 - 03:48 pm: Here is an engine picture. By on Saturday, July 18, 2009 - 12:33 am: Homespun firewall as well - there was never a wooden firewall for a T without holes for the coilbox connections. Then in late 1920 some minor changes were made to the rear quarter panel. On the other hand, it looks to be fairly complete, and it would be a good candidate for restoration if someone wanted one like it. I know because I enjoy learning and working on Model T's. Can anyone help us with a ball park price or send us to a website that could? Tires and new glass are the obvious expenses, probably followed by lots of suspension and steering work king pins, bushings, shackles, bushings, tie rod bolts, bushings, etc.