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1922 Model T Ford With Dump Body on 2040-cars

US $3,500.00
Year:1922 Mileage:0
Location:

North Vassalboro, Maine, United States

North Vassalboro, Maine, United States

Up for auction is a barn find 1922(?) Model T Ford. Has a dump body with a lever release.  Worm drive rear end.  Engine turns over freely, although it does not run. May have an additional rear wheels to fit vehicle. (?)  I am not the owner....so please email questions to Rick at hebegebe@fairpoint.net or call 207-923-3341.  Buyer responsible for moving and shipping cost.

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