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Tampa

Year: 1915
Model: Model T
Submodel: Touring
Color: White
Transmission: 2 Speed Manual
Engine: 177 CID Inline 4 cylinder
The current owner claims that this piece of Ford history was sitting in a garage for about 30 years untouched then was repainted and refreshed to be drivable again. This car has a simply stunning luxury appearance with the white paint, black vinyl top, and brass accessories throughout. Also, the toolbox and spare tire add to the early 1900's appearance. The...

Scottsdale

Year: 1921
Model: T-Bucket
Color: 2 Tone Blue
Transmission: TH 400 3-SPD AUTOMATIC Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8
Living on that fine line between fear and thrill is a great way to get your blood pumping and your soul sound. Roaring down the road in this vehicle will surely get that exhilarating feeling flowing through your body. Thanks to a freshly painted frame, new front disc brake set up, new carpet, new rear tires and a new cooling fan...

Denver

Year: 1922
Model: Model T
Color: Black
Transmission: Manual
Engine: I-4 I4
This 1922 Ford Model T touring car, one of 514,333 similar cars that Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan produced and comes equipped with a 177-cu. in. L-head inline-four backed by a manual transmission. The timeless L-head inline-four in this Model T displaces 176. 7 cubic inches, had a compression ratio of 3. 98:1, and was fed by a single downdraft...

Philadelphia

Year: 1922
Model: T-Bucket
Color: Black
Transmission: Automatic TH350
Engine: 283 HO
Powered by a 283CI HO small block with a Turbo 350 Automatic transmission this ' T ' is a cool little Hot Rod. The exterior is Black, and it rolls on a set of American Racing mag wheels. The interior is Tan and is rolled and pleated. There is a set of Simpson safety belts. This T Bucket is set up...

New Arrival

Year: 1923
Model: T-Bucket
Submodel: Replica Hot Rod
Color: Dark Blue
Transmission: 2 Speed Mover Glide Automatic
Engine: 327 V8
A genuine T-Bucket has the two-seater body of a Model T roadster (with or without the turtle deck or small pickup box), this 'bucket'-shaped body shell giving the cars their name. A Model T-style radiator is usually fitted. This T-Bucket is powered by a high rise manifold 327ci V8 mated to a 2 speed power Glide automatic transmission. Front disc brakes...

Dallas

Year: 1923
Model: T-Bucket
Submodel: 383 Stroker
Color: Red
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 383 CID 2x4BBL V8
Nothing provides more enjoyment than that open air feeling you get from driving this style of automobile. Finished in Bright Red with flames and a black with red piping interior. Powering this car is a four bolt main 350 GM bored and stroked to 383 with Keith Black pistons, total Seal rings, Competition cam, dual Edelbrock polished Carburetors, polished Edelbrock intake...

Las Vegas

Year: 1923
Model: T-Bucket
Color: Matte Black
Transmission: TH350
Engine: 350 Chevy Small Block
This one is custom all the way and makes a lasting impression as it cruises down the asphalt whether its coming or going. From its Matte Black finished bucket to its matching 32' style Grille cutting through the air and topped off with a beer keg fuel tank and staggered pub beer handles this is something special to see and be...

Dallas

Year: 1923
Model: T-Bucket
Color: Silver
Transmission: 2 Speed Powerglide Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8
This vehicle is titled in Texas as a 1994 ASVE Roadster and has a fiberglass body. The current owners obtained the hotrod locally in Texas and have enjoyed it. Walking around this roadster one should notice the gloss silver metallic paint theme that is offset with red pen stripping. Adding to the curb appeal are 14' offset alloy wheels wrapped in...

Denver

Year: 1923
Model: Model T Zipper
Color: Blue
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: V-8 Small Block 350cid
This Blue with Red interior Zipper is a great color combo. This one is using a Ford Small Block for power, connected to a 3 Speed Automatic. These bodies feature all hand laid fiberglass construction. Firewall and floor are integrated into the body and a substantial internal steel structure is bonded to the body to give it tremendous strength. The seats...

Philadelphia

Year: 1925
Model: Model T
Submodel: Doctors Coupe
Color: Black
Transmission: Manual
Engine: I4
This Doctors Coupe is almost 100 years old and is still runs and drives. Powered by a 4 cylinder that is mated to a 2-speed manual transmission it just takes you back to simpler times! Painted in a black paint with the 20's styled black wooden wheels with Classic Grey Cloth Bench seat. The Hand crank is still intact and operational...

Tampa

Year: 1925
Model: Model T
Submodel: Doctors Coupe
Color: Black
Transmission: 2 Speed Manual
Engine: Inline 4 Cylinder
This vehicle is almost 100 years old and is still drivable, truly amazing. Walking around this Model T will set you back to a simpler time through history. Painted in a black paint with 20's styled black wooden and steel wheels, this doctor's coupe has a period correct appearance. The engine is a 4 cylinder that is mated to a 2-speed...

Las Vegas

Year: 1926
Model: Model T
Color: Burgandy
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: V6
A nice clean professionally built Tall T. This car is a blast to drive and it gets a lot of attention on the road and at car shows. The Model T we are highlighting is painted Burgundy and complimented with a grey interior. Powering this Model T is a V6 running through an automatic transmission. The following options are available on...

Orlando

Year: 1926
Model: Model T
Submodel: Fordor Sedan
Color: Black
Transmission: 2 speed manual
Engine: Inline 4
This black tin Lizzie reminds you of why the Model T has been known as the greatest innovation of the century. It is still regarded as the car that brought us a lot of the things our society has today such as suburbs, the assembly line and a standard 40 hour work week. This 1926 Model T Fordor Sedan sits handsomely...

Tampa

Year: 1927
Model: C Cab
Color: Wood/Red
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 428 CID V8
If you appreciate custom Hotrods, wood carving, or even Anheuser Busch, this might grab your attention. Walking around this hotrod '27 one should notice the oversized headlights, chrome suspension pieces, metal frame, chrome ornament, custom radiator cap, chrome wheels wrapped in white letter radial tires, dual fire extinguishers, dual classic lanterns, wooden side steps with aluminum Ford inlays, chrome mirrors, Lantern...

Tampa

Year: 1927
Model: Roadster
Color: Black
Transmission: C4 Automatic
Engine: Ford 59A Flathead V8
This gorgeous hot rod was originally built for the California show car circuit. This was achieved with an order to Shadow Rods with a unique build of their Premium Package, 1927 Model-T hot rods. The body was stretched 4 inches, widened 2 inch and raised 3' overall. A Functioning cowl flap, removable top, and chrome swing-out windshield were added as well....

Fort Lauderdale

Year: 1927
Model: T-Bucket
Submodel: HEMI
Color: Yellow
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic 727
Engine: 331 V8 HEMI
This bad boy is all business, and looks good doing it. The iron Chrysler HEMI is a very durable mill and is complete with a nice polished intake and dual AFB (Edelbrock Performer) setup. Close your eyes and just imagine what that sounds like winding up through the gears! And for extra fun, there are cutouts on the long tub headers,...

Denver

Year: 1928
Model: Roadster Pickup
Color: Grey
Transmission: 3-Speed Manual
Engine: Studebaker I-6
This 'Rat-Rod' is powered by a Studebaker inline 6 cylinder backed by a 3-speed manual transmission. Inside and outside of this amazing build you will find some truly unique touches including a pair of wrenches that hold the carb spring and a vintage doorknob repurposed as the shifter knob among other things. The most unique and innovative feature on this pickup...

Scottsdale

Year: 1928
Model: Model A Roadster
Color: Green
Transmission: 4-Spd Manual
Engine: 324 V8
You're gonna 'rock around the clock' as the proud new owner of this piece of machinery! Grease the hair back, grab a black comb, put your Wayfarers on and your leather jacket, it's time to cruise the strip! This unique build is a no frills, all business type of roadster. Powered by a very unconventional Oldsmobile 324 cubic inch V8 from...

Fort Lauderdale

Year: 1928
Model: T-Bucket
Submodel: Hot Rod
Color: Green
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Engine: Ford Flathead V8
Talk about a blast from the past. It looks like it was plucked right out of an early 60's Annette Funicello movie! It's ready for a beach party with its hot sound, green & gold exterior, and beautifully done pinstriping. The matching vinyl top and bright interior look amazing as well.

The vintage Ford Flathead V8 features really neat Edelbrock heads,...

Louisville

Year: 1928
Model: Model A
Submodel: Pickup
Color: Purple
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 350 CI V8
The Ford Model A was Ford Motor Company's second market success after its predecessor, the Model T. First produced on October 20, 1927, but not introduced until December 2 as a 1928 model, it replaced the venerable Model T, which had been produced for 18 years. The 'A' came in an incredible amount of shapes and sizes of the years with...

Nashville

Year: 1928
Model: Sedan
Color: DARK BLUE
Transmission: 3 SPD AUTOMATIC Automatic
Engine: SMALL BLOCK FORD V8
This little machine was build to be different, with a full transparent roof that allows all of the pretty moonlight to shine all over you. Powering this 1928 Ford Sedan is the ever-ready and dependable Ford build 302CID V8,backing this power plant is a Ford cruise-o-matic transmission. What a great package to have under the hood, all of this power at...

New Arrival Today

Year: 1929
Model: Roadster
Color: Black
Transmission: 5 speed Manual
Engine: 425 CID Nailhead V8
This is a completely built 1929 Ford Roadster showpiece that you might have seen picking up awards at a Good Guys or SEMA show or maybe read about in Motor Trend or Speed Hunters. Performance is what Eddie likes to have in the cars that he builds, but this three-pedal Model A Roadster has a lot of style, too! Up front...

Indianapolis

Year: 1929
Model: Model A
Color: Green
Transmission: Manual
Engine: I4
The current owner has enjoyed this piece of Ford history since 1997 and have made the necessary upgrades to keep it on the road. By February 4, 1929, one million Model As had been sold, and by July 24, two million. Model A production ended in March 1932. Walking around this '29 one should notice the two-toned green body with black...

Orlando

Year: 1929
Model: Model A
Submodel: Phaeton
Color: Green
Transmission: 3 speed Manual
Engine: I4
Ford's Model A was their follow up to the revolutionary Model T. With a more user friendly design the Model A was popular and successful in its own right. This 1929 Phaeton is finished in a handsome shade of Green with a black foldable roof. With it's black fenders, wire wheels and white wall tires this Model A is sharply dressed....

Fort Lauderdale

Year: 1929
Model: Model A Roadster
Color: Orange & Tan
Transmission: 4 speed auto Automatic
Engine: 5.7 Lit LT1 V8
Take a look at this bad boy- clean lines, and well done. Sits great too. It's a big departure from a stock 1929 Ford A, that's for sure- a time when the stock market crashed, and the world as they knew it changed dramatically. We really love the colors and finish on this car, as it gives it a sporty, yet...

Scottsdale

Year: 1929
Model: Model A
Submodel: Tudor
Color: Tan/Black
Transmission: 2-Speed Manual
Engine: 4-cyl OHC
What an amazing piece of automotive history that has blessed us with its presence on the day this came in! This is a 3 owner car with the second owner possessing it for over 30 years! The mileage is claimed to be actual at 60,520 and there is no known knowledge of any extensive body repairs being performed on this car....

Atlanta

Year: 1929
Model: Model A Pick Up
Color: Red
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Engine: 4 Cyl
The Ford Model A needs little in the way of an opening introduction. Ford had enormous shoes to fill when it came time to replace the Model T, and by the end of the T's 18 year run, Ford's dominance was fading. A new car was desperately needed, and while consumers and dealers demanded ever more features, Henry's staunch pragmatism and...

Indianapolis

Year: 1929
Model: Model A
Color: Silver
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: V8
A monstrous build of a Model A with so much time and money that's been put into it, you'd consider it a steal at this price. To think of the amount of work one would put in to get something to look this cool, we couldn't begin to fathom. But we'll take you through a little bit of what brough it...

Dallas

Year: 1929
Model: Model A
Submodel: Coupe
Color: Black
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Engine: 4 Cyl
The Ford Model A was the Ford Motor Company's market success after its predecessor the Model T. First produced on October 20, 1927- but not introduced until December 2, it replaced the venerable Model T, which had been produced for 18 years. By February 4, 1929--Ford had sold 1 million Model A's and by July of 1929, they had sold 2...

Dallas

Year: 1929
Model: Model A
Submodel: Business Coupe
Color: Green
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Engine: 201 CID Inline 4 I4
The current owner obtained this beauty in 2012 out of Arizona and since has accomplished restoring many items. Some of the upgrades or repairs include a motor and transmission removal and rebuild, converted to 12-volt electrical system, alt/pulley, E brake, relay, fuel pump, voltmeter, fuel fittings, recore radiator, speedometer rebuilt with cable, axel shims, hose set, wire set, throw out baring,...

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