The engine is the same 4-cylinder 20-horsepower powerplant that was under the hood of every Model T, but with clever gearing, it moves the truck easily, loaded or empty. Speed isn’t the point, reliability is, and this ancient machine will still out-last just about anything made today on the job site. It’s rebuilt and runs great thanks to a few upgrades, including a distributor for the ignition system and all new wiring. The updraft carburetor hangs under the cast iron exhaust manifold and it fires with a familiar sound that forms the background soundtrack for every old movie ever made. The basic chassis is in great shape, and wears bright red paint, a nice contrast to the red bodywork, and while it’s not totally authentic, nobody will argue with how it looks. Restored wire wheels with bright orange paint sport recent 21-inch blackwall tires for a proper look.
Location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Price: Auction <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on November 5, 2016. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.