1916 Ford Model T Touring Car on 2040-cars
San Anselmo, California, United States
For sale: 1916 Model T Touring Car "Theresa" Originally sold in
Oregon, Theresa is looking for her 4th owner. All original parts and
paint except for seats and top (replaced in the 80's); Rocky Mountain
brakes (installed 1993). Newer tires, tubes and flaps. Brass radiator
(serviced 1999); clear California title. Excellent presentation car.
Lovingly garaged except for parades, weddings, cameo appearances on The
Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, and jaunts around the block to thrill
the neighborhood children. Crank engine S/N 1067347 manufactured Jan.
1916: like many ladies of her age, Theresa may be slow to start but
runs great once she's going. Detailed service records back to 1993
included as well as available manuals. Email seller if you'd like additional pictures or have questions.
See Theresa on youtube:
This vehicle is sold "as is" and without any warranties.
We reserve the right to end this auction at any time.
Paypal deposit of $500 required within 48 hours of eBay purchase; balance due within 7 days of purchase date via certified funds. Shipping at buyer's expense, but seller can assist loading. Car will be release for shipping only after all funds have cleared seller's bank, perhaps 7-10 business days or longer.
Ford Model T for Sale
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