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Scratch built Speedster with period speed equipment - Outstanding build quality

Make: Ford
Model: Model T
Type: Speedster
Trim: - Scratch Built Speedster -
Year: 1925
Mileage: 1,455
VIN: 2040
Color: Cream
Engine: 177ci
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Portland, Oregon, United States

1925 Ford Model T - Scratch Built Speedster - Additional Info:

1925 Ford Model T
Scratch built Speedster
Outstanding workmanship
Fully sorted and road proven

Here up for offer is this very well constructed 1925 Ford Model T Speedster. This car was restored with a hand-built body in 1977 and has travelled minimal miles since. Utilizing a stock Model T frame and drivetrain, this car has been converted to 12V, incorporates a Sherman high compression head, Warford auxilliary transmission, and has Rocky Mountain brakes. The car has remained in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition. It carries a clean WA State title and is titled as a 1925 Ford.
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The body was built up from a wooden buck, with fiberglass then hand laid and painted on top. The paint was well applied and still shows very well 40 years later with no stress cracks or spidering.

The fenders and hood are steel.

Very nice fit and finish throughout, a real testament to the skill of the builder.

The hand crank is operable but the car has electric start.

The speedometer gear drive shown in the first photo below may need to be adapted, as the speedo reads high.

Hayes wire wheels are wrapped in 4.5×21″ Riversides tires, all in good shape.
Custom made split-tonneau cover with perfect fit.

Bespoke interior with leather seat, all handmade.

Temp gauge is not operable, but I have taken a infrared reading of the upper radiator hose and it came back at 165.
To the right of the stock pedals is an auxiliary accelerator pedal that the builder installed. The stock throttle lever on the steering wheel still functions, as well as the spark advance.

The car starts on the button and runs strong!

Custom made 4 into 1 header.

Carter downdraft carb with manual choke.

Nice attention to detail throughout the car.

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About Payment:
I will contact the winning bidder via email within 3 hours of auction completion. I would like a $500 deposit via paypal within 24 hours. Balance is due (bank check or bank wire transfer only) within 5 calendar days of auction end. The car will be securely garaged until pickup.

Please read carefully:
This auction process is a legally binding contract into which you enter when you click "confirm" on your bid. Please have finances in order before you decide to bid and please ask all questions before you decide to bid. Basically, please only bid if you are ready to purchase this vehicle. Vehicle is sold as-is with no warranties express or implied. Any disputes regarding the sale of this vehicle shall be resolved through binding arbitration exclusively in Multnomah County, Oregon under applicable state laws. By bidding you agree to these terms.

About me:
Please check my feedback, I take customer satisfaction very seriously and am a licensed, bonded and insured dealer in the State of Oregon. Clean and clear title.

You and/or your representative are welcome and encouraged to inspect the vehicle in person before the close of auction. I can be reached at 503-891-7702 between the hours of 9-5. Previously sold inventory is available to view at www.cascadiaclassic.com

Post Auction details:
The transport cost is the responsibility of the winning bidder, although I'll be happy to help with logistics. I have a wholesale account with a shipping dispatch service and can help you find a reasonable rate.
Overseas bidders may contact any of these international shippers for a quote:
Schumacher cargo
CFR / Rinkens
California Shipping

Thanks for looking! Bob Waldman
Cascadia Classic LLC - DA0639
Portland, Oregon