1920 Model T pickup


I have had a lot of fun with it over the years and wish to sell it to someone who will enjoy it as much as I have. It starts with a crank, had problems with electric start and everyone enjoyed watching me crank it so that is what I did

Located inSanbornton NH
Earl Leighton
Cell: 603-387-3775



 All new body wood done by Ray Wells.  Body work almost complete. Motor was rebuilt to a short block. Is disassembled.

 Contact: Eric ‘Gator’ Gould

Phone251-765-2677 (AL)

Original 1927 Model T Ford 

$13,500 obo

4dr sedan a veteran of many tours. Engine and transmission professionally rebuilt less than 350 miles ago. Has high compress head, Ruckstell rear axle and Rocky Mountain brakes. Original solid steel body and fenders with no rust. The interior is the 1927 original, but the car comes with a complete new Classtique upholstery kit.


Jim Clausen
Phone: 612-269-4771
Email: Jclausen8@gmail.com



Runs well, rebuilt motor, and coil box. Tires good. Commercial Wood Fired Pizza oven installed on the bed. Retiring from my restaurant and this is an amazing piece of equipment and gets lots of interest! $18,000. Pictures available upon request

Cyril Mayne, 616-485-9734 or Cyrilcatering@gmail.com (MI)

Manifold cooker for car with vaporizer carb

$50.00 US plus shipping

This item is brand new and was specially made for me by Paul Larson for the 1926-1927 Model T with the vaporizor. These cookers were never produced for these carbs
Please contact me with questions, or request for pictures.

Garry Potter
Phone: 705 487-1788

Email: garrypotter@rogers.com

1926 Model ‘T’ with Rare Original Mifflinburg Body Company “Country Suburban Wagon” body!

Asking $30,000
This was the premier wooden body offered in the 1920’s and 30’s. Henry Ford’s 1928 Model A Woody looks like a copy. Original wood and hardware. Front window curtains have Mifflinburg brass ID plates.


E-mail: lbsamartin41@gmail.com

1925 Roadster

$9500.00 obo​

Older restoration, kerosene cowl lights, electric start. I have owned over 40 years.


Conrad Bohmert
Phone: 218-213-1677

Email: Cokabo@gmail.com 

Location: Duluth, Mn



Ready for touring. Recently updated with 1920s-era Ford accessories and a few new safety items: rear brake light, tail light, and reflectors; side view mirror; new top, upholstery, and cover; Rocky Mountain brakes; two-speed auxiliary gearbox; distributor and coil ignition; new wiring with original still in place, as well as original coils with new spark plugs; new carburetor with replaceable filter; two gas line shut offs and new sediment bowl at both ends of fuel line, cleaned fuel tank; new electric fuel pump (no more backing up hills); dipstick under hood oil check; new radiator hoses and clamps; new spare tire cover; auxiliary emergency brake/high gear release lever; new water pump and fan belt; battery isolation switch; new 6V battery and permanent wiring for trickle charger (included); new transmission; Kevlar band linings; new tires and tubes. Some new paint, some original paint; in good condition. More photos on request

Steve Asbury​
Phone: 615-351-0677
Email:  sasbury@cirea.com

Location: Nashville, TN

1914 Model T Runabout


Restored in 2001, runs and drives amazingly. Was restored by a great MTFCI member Marvin Roth. A complete original restoration. It is ready to do some touring. 

Please contact me with questions, or request for pictures.

​Colby Lane
Phone: 970-412-4889

Located in Berthoud, CO

1922 Model T, Drs Coupe

$15,000 OBO

Excellent condition, original parts, runs great

Phone: 815-519-4740
Email: piercejp@hotmail.com

Original 1920 Model T Ford Depot Hack

$11,750 obo​

A veteran of many tours. Engine, transmission and wheels in excellent condition ready for more touring. Has high compress head, Ruckstell rear axle and Rocky Mountain brakes.  Runs and drives great!.


Jim Clausen
Phone: 612-269-4771
Email: Jclausen8@gmail.com

1926 Model T Speedster

Asking $14,500.00
Please see
sell sheet for details about the car. Have many more pictures if needed

 Contact Reuben Kugel


E-mail: speedsterguy61@gmail.com 

1926 Ford T coupe

Asking $7,000

Engine highly modified (not in car and new). Conversion to model A crank. Insert bearings on mains and rods. Full oil pressure and oil filter. Model A exhaust and intake manifolds. Converted to a Delco 12 volt ignition. Water pump. Transmission completely rebuilt. Ruckstell rear end with Buick hydraulic brakes on rear. Transmission setup with master cylinder for rear brakes. Radiator with new brassworks core. Front wheel bearings new. 1927 powder coated wire wheels. The coupe body needs a lot of TLC. Quarter panels and rear wheel wells rusted and will need work. The mechanics were a labor of love by my dad many years ago and I am just not going to get around to finishing it.

Steve Dilley

Phone: (360)259-3543

Email: stevedilley60@gmail.com

Location: Olympia, WA

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1962 Car Trailer with Hand Winch, Ramps, & Title


11-foot carrying capacity and 3,000 gvwr - great for a Model T! -

Pick up only

Located in Littlestown, PA (near Gettysburg)


Cell phone:  (717) 680-1486    



1911 ford touring

$37000  or possible trade for MG-TC

open valve engine with 5 ball carb, side 
curtains, new tires, top. One pc spindles, 6 rivet rear-end,one pc pan conversion with square hole 
transmission cover, working gas lamp system

Location: ​north cincinnati, ohio
Phone: 513-709-8892
Email: stuclipson1@fuse.net

1921 Ford Model T Center Door Sedan


This Model T was always garaged from new and shows no signs of ever having any rust issues, all the wood is original, only having required cleaning and painting, presenting as like new condition


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