1914 Ford Model T Roadster
Origional 1914 Model T Roadster. The engine number indicates that the car was manufactured in October of 1914. That was the last year for carbide headlamps. This was also the last year for square kerosine lamps. This car was found in a barn and was purchased from the 85 year old owner. It was completely restored in 2001. The engine runs great and it starts easily. It has been in many parades and shows. This car can also be used for touring. Extras include a radiator temperature gauge, oil sight gauge, front oiler and kevlar transmission bands. The car has an origional bulb horn as well as a klaxon ooga horn.
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Benz produced the first modern automobile in 1886 and Henry Ford began mass production of the model T in 1914, 12 years after Oldsmobile.
05/30/2013 - BradTurner39
Went on Facebook just now and 2 people just brand new 2013 cars for a graduation present.. I'm prolly gonna get a 1914 ford model T car
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Ford Model T - Factory Tour Piquette Plant: May 25, 2013My wife and I had the chance to tour the original Ford...
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1914 Ford Model T Fire Truck: 1914 FORD MODEL T FIRE TRUCK "Same Day Fire Company" Ideal Parade Car Red Ext...
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1914 Ford Model T at the Owl's Head Transportation Museum
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1914 Ford Model T was a jewel in the sun at Bristol Antique Auto Show writes @jdmullane:
05/04/2013 - MagellanModels - link
Yat Ming 1914 Ford Model T Fire Truck
05/02/2013 - RGS_History
By 1914, the mass production innovations of Henry Ford meant it took only 93 minutes to assemble each Model T.
05/01/2013 - SimsKarr
How long did it take to construct a Model T Ford in 1914? Answer coming up in that many minutes!
04/30/2013 - Big3Muscle
@andrea72292 the 1914 car was a Ford Model T... They didn't make the corvette till the 1950's. traded it for a new C6! raining in
04/29/2013 - Auteur69 - link
This is rather smashing, what what...
04/28/2013 - nugrohokurnian
Bego banget nuker Ford Model T 1914 + 2 classic car lainnya cuma buat 1 Corvette Stingray 2013 :s
04/26/2013 - ClassicAutoIns - link
In 1914, @Ford produced nearly 3 million while only employing 13,000 workers!
04/23/2013 - Universal_Times
1914: Henry Ford plans even blacker version of Model T for Satan worshippers, discontented teenagers
04/19/2013 - FordOwnersClub - link
Check out the 1914 Ford Model T
04/19/2013 - plainfieldused - link
Check out this awesome story about a 100-year-old car being traded in for a 2013 model!
04/19/2013 - AccurateAutoBod - link
In his autobiography, Henry Ford made light of the number of black Model T's between 1914 and 1926, writing that...
04/18/2013 - classiccarschev - link
1914 Ford Model T, 1970 Cadillac Eldorado and 1980 Corvette traded for new ... ~gk
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Woman trades 1914 Model T in for 2013 Corvette: Filed under: Car Buying...
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I posted 13 photos on Facebook in the album "The 1914 Ford Model T"
04/17/2013 - GeneHarveyChevy - link
Woman trades in a 1914 Model T for a brand new |
04/17/2013 - MiketheCarGuy1 - link
Trade-in of the day: Woman trades incredible 1914 Model T for, gasp(!), a 'Vette! @therealautoblog
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ETC: Woman trades 1914 Model T in for 2013 Corvette: Filed under: Car Buying, Classics, Chevrolet, Ford We're ...
04/17/2013 - CarGurus - link
Ford loses another customer to Chevrolet, but this one hangs onto cars a *long* time.
04/08/2013 - PlanoGingerMan
Trivia question: how long did it take to construct a model t-ford in 1914? A: 95 minutes!
03/24/2013 - andiklukawica - link
Rare 1970s Entex 1914 Ford Model T Truck HD Conversional Model Car Kit 8498 NIB
03/21/2013 - ThePublicSquare - link
In 1909 assembling one Ford Model T took 12+ hours; by 1914 it took 1-1/2 @MITPress @UniSouthernDenmark
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Posted: 21 Jul 2005
From WikipediaThe Ford Model T (colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie, T‑Model Ford, or T) is an automobile that was produced by Henry Ford's Ford Motor Company from September 1908 to October 1927. It is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile, the car that opened travel to the common middle-class American; some of this was because of Ford's innovations, including assembly line production instead of individual hand crafting.
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