1923 Ford Model T Runabout
In 1923, Ford built over 2 million Model Ts. This single-door runabout was the lowest price version. Selling for $260 new, it had no generator or starter when sold, but was equipped with kerosene side lights.
Paint and exterior
Old restoration (estimated early 1970s) was authenticity completed with correct paint runs and horse hair brush marks in paint, consistent with the crude application of paint employed by Ford on the open cars during the time frame
Upholstery and Interior
Vinyl diamond pleat on back rest, surface stitched pleats on seat cushion.
Original Engine: No
Original engine replaced with 1919 engine