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1925 Ford Model TT Project Truck with Ruskstell Axle, Dump Bed and Fuel Tank.

Make: Ford
Model: Model T
SubModel: Model TT
Type: 1 Ton
Year: 1925
Mileage: 100,000
VIN: 12482968
Color: Black
Engine: 4 cylinder
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
Item location: Darlington, Indiana, United States

1925 Ford Model T Additional Info:

This is a Ford Model TT 1 Ton Truck which I believe maybe a 1925 model year per the engine serial number stamped on the side of the block. I am not a Model T expert so not sure. There is no "Title" for this vehicle however I will provide a Bill of Sale. I purchased this truck with the intent to restore but have decided to work on another project. I purchased a large tank which was said to be a fuel tank or a water tank for a Model T. I also purchased a dump bed that turns up and down with a large hand crank wheel. The dump bed was also said to be a for a Model T however I do not know if either the tank or the dump bed were made for the Model TT truck. Either way, I am sure they could both be used on the truck chassis and one would have either a dump bed Model TT or a Fuel/water tanker Model TT truck. The motor is not stuck and the wheels do roll. Only the left front wheel is holding air. The wood spoke wheels look to be in good shape. I This truck has the Ruckstell rear axle with a brass tag mounted on the rear axle back side. The Dump bed is mounted on to an old truck chassis. The hand crank wheel was working however the wheel crank bar broke and will need to be re-welded. The bed did go up and down with the crank on the wheel. I believe that the radiator is the original Ford radiator. I do not have the doors for the cab. The back panel and the fenders are just being held on with bailing wire. I have the dash with original Ford gauge and an original for Key. The box under the dash that hold the 4 wooden (2 wood boxes are missing) spark boxes is there along with the cover lid. The fuel tank is mounted under the seat. In my opinion this would be a very nice, and from what I can see, reasonably complete Model TT to restore or use as an advertisement sign for the front of your business. I reserve the right to remove all 0 zero feedback bidders and those I believe to be scams. This truck was partially disassembled when I got it. I then partially re-assembled it to see what it looked like and what I had. The steering is not hooked up so it will not steer with the steering wheel. I moved by turning the front wheels by hand. I believe that the various steering components are there but not 100% sure. This is not a 100% complete Model TT but most of the main components are there from what I can tell and are in good shape. Thanks for looking. Ask questions and I will do my best to answer all questions.