1926 Model T Ford.
This is an all-original Two-door hardtop (also known as the Doctor’s Coupe) 1,200 lb's. Built in Canada. It also has the 1926 factory option of a 6v electric starter, and the original wood wheels. This T is equipped with the after-market Mitchel 2 speed deferential.
No power steering, power windows turn signals, or adjustable seats, no radio, no power or ABS brakes, no dome light, no emergency flashers, no backup camera, no backup lights, no performance handling package, no towing package, no sunroof, no tinted glass, no anti-theft system, no power door locks, no keyless entry, no Bluetooth, and no missing parts. This T does have a 1926 form of AC (the cowl vent system and opening windshield) and it has the 1926 form of cruse control (steering column mounted throttle position lever).
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