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1926 Ford Model T Tourer

Lot 94 (Imperial War Museum Duxford, 26th July 2017)

Estimate
£10,000 - £12,000
 

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Lot details
Registration No: SV 7241
Chassis No: 13328317
Mot Expiry: Exempt

- Believed to have been British built, and then shipped to France for its coachwork, the style of which is known as Cammionette Tour

- Equipped with such modern ancillaries as an alternator and distributor

- Offered complete with both a hood and tonneau cover

The world long since ran out of new things to say about the Model T. Launched in the autumn of 1908, it was the car that set both Ford and the world on the move. The statistics are staggering: it was the first to be mass produced and the first to be manufactured in several countries simultaneously. Production ran for 19 years, during which time c.16.5 million examples were built. The chassis of the sale car is believed to have been British built, and then shipped to France for its coachwork, the style of which is known as Cammionette Tour and can be transformed from Tourer to Pick-up. Finished in Maroon over Black with Black upholstery, the T is thought to have been reimported in 2009, comes equipped with such modern ancillaries as an alternator and distributor, and is offered complete with both a hood and tonneau cover. A lot of fun for the money.

 

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