Offered here is a authentic 1922 Model T Fire Truck. This wonderful example was built on a Model T car chassis, (not a Model TT truck chassis), so it can easily be parked in a garage or placed on a trailer. The current owner restores Model T's and states the engine is a 1926 to 1927 T engine. He claims '26 to '27 years were the best engines Ford manufactured of all the Model T motors. This truck runs and performs flawlessly. The engine is matched to a Ruxtell 2-speed rear end which is a very desirable and sought after item. The truck has several bells, horns (Model A & T), a super loud truck blast air horn, sirens, axes, a water hose with roller, a brass fire extinguisher and two bench seat/storage compartments rear for passengers or to store gear. A running board spot light is installed as are several other carriage and cowl-type lights on the windshield frames. All in all this is very cute and drivable vehicle. Always a pleaser at shows cruising down the road with many "thumbs-up" along the way. A perfect vehicle to add to your collection, for touring, car shows, parades or as an advertising icon for a business. There is a youtube video link at the right-top-hand-side of this page. Please click on the arrow in the middle of the photo to hear the owner explain the attributes of the vehicle and see the truck in action. For additional information please phone Dave Henry @ 805 705-4924. _________________________________________________________________________ Spokemotors.com is not a dealer but a marketing and advertising firm. The company specializes in assisting owners of classic cars and trucks, sell their vehicles safely on the Internet. The company physically photographs and videos all vehicles on site. Be it an individual owner's home, a car collection, storage facility or museum. Price: $38,500
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