Canary Yellow and Oak Wood Exterior 20,278 Miles Inline 6 Cylinder
Engine Manual Transmission RWD The current owner's father did all
of the woodwork and brass himself. This vehicle belonged to a
museum in Arkansas for at lest 15 years before being purchased by
current owner. A variation in design of the Model-T, this car was
intended to transport passengers and their belongings at busy train
stations throughout the nation. Built for function and economy of
operation, it features a 4 cylinder, 20hp engine and a simple
planetary transmission operated by foot pedals. The horn and lights
were powered by a magneto. Wide open, it could reach a top speed of
42mph with 28 miles per gallon gas mileage. Henry Ford developed
the assembly line technique for the construction of the Model-T
chassis. Independent contractors would then build the body. These
efforts to cut the cost of production were so successful that by
1919 sixty percent of all motor vehicles in America and one half of
all cars operating in the world were Model-T Fords. The price of
the Model-T Ford Depot Hack Express in 1917 was $800.
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