Model T Survivor
This appears to be a genuine model T Ford survivour, spotted at a swap meet in Ontario Canada. Still runs and moves under its own power, and it appears to still be on its original wood spoke wheels. The license plates were dated 1955, suggesting that its been some time since it was driven on the road. It truly was an amazing find.
Community Feedback
58chevyguy  - December 13, 2010
How much were they asking for it?
oldtimerider  - November 13, 2010
Since 2008 have found what I thought was a vent on the cowl of the later T models was the gas fill.The ones that don't have this you took the seat top off and filled the tank under you.The A-models 1928-1931 had a gas cap on top the cowl.1932 Ford went to a fuel pump and a rear tank.
fanofrustycars10  - June 19, 2010
I'll buy it, if you sell it for $15.00 (I highly doubt you'll sell it,though)
39coupeman  - June 19, 2009
i would it up and drive through town just the way it is
29truckguy  - March 29, 2009
well Pa,we finally made it......
legratrodder  - February 17, 2009
Getting to the point where very few people know how to drive a model t anymore. They had those cool planetary transmissions and hand throttle. Spark and advance levers also. No front brakes either.
janiooldride  - January 23, 2009
Very nice model, it can be selling?
valensage48  - September 9, 2008
Those old fellas in the ford plants really worked to put those oldies like this one out.
oldtimerider  - August 9, 2008
Looks to be one of the last few years.1927 was last year of T model.Think the last two or three years came with the cowl vent.See the turtle deck as they called the back part.Pickups in Ts look like they just put the pickup box on instead of the turtle deck like this one has.
39coupeman  - June 12, 2008
Cool car, I'd drive that as is!!!!
Please Login to post a review OR create a free membership.
Created: Apr 18, 2008 By: oldride
Tags & Keywords