1914 Ford Model T
This cool car has been in the family for some 50 years, The story is my
Grandpa pulled it out of a chicken coop where it sat for some time in the
50's. He went through it and restored it. ( the horn is Not original )
1912 Model T Ford first start
Video showing the first start up of a 1912 T Ford following a complete
mechanical rebuild in August of 2011. The car is now being rebodied and due
for completion by mid 2012.
1915 Ford Model T - The Next Test Run 18 June 2011
1915 Ford Model T owned by Mr Chris Dyer.
The restored butcher's delivery van body has been newly fitted to the
chassis featured in my earlier video of the chassis test run. A test run
down the drive was in order of course, and even the wet winter weather
relented to allow a nice "dry" run :-) .
Next steps will be painting and detailing.
Copyright - A Whiteman
1912 FORD MODEL T - SPORTY LOOK FOR A T
A GREAT EXAMPLE OF A BRASS ERA FORD. BRASS HEADLAMPS, BRASS RADIATOR,
BRASS HORN, ETC. NOTICE THE OVAL WINDSHIELD ONLY FOR THE DRIVER'S USE.
ALL PASSENGERS WILL HAVE BUGS ON THEIR TEETH. WOODEN ARTILLERY WHEELS,
TOOL BOX, ARE A FEW OF THE FEATURES OF THIS MODEL T. THIS IS A GREAT
RESTORATION OF A CAR BUILT THE YEAR THE TITANIC SUNK.
A Dad's A - 1929 Model A
Frank Maniatis so treasured his 1929 Ford Model A Roadster that 75 years
after he bought it, the car still owns a special place in his daughter Tina
Higgins' heart -- and her garage. From cross-country pleasure trips to
lumber hauling, makeshift repairs and patched-up fenders to a full
restoration -- and even a tearful homecoming after it had been stolen --
this family heirloom has just about seen it all. For more visit
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Test driving Model T Ford built in 1911 after installing rebuilt carburetor
1917 Model T driving around in several feet of snow. This Model T has an
accessory Livingood four-wheel-drive attachment, otherwise it is stock. It
is dressed up to look like a WWI vehicle. Jesse Livingood is sometimes
credited with inventing 4WD. His first patent was issued in 1912. He
started selling conversion units in 1914. There is no evidence that the US
government used 4WD T's in WWI, that I can find.
My 1925 Ford Model T - How to Start & How to Drive
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Update 10 Aug 2012:
My Model T has been fully restored, and I've just purchased a pair of
carriage lights which the car was missing. Updated video to come.
"I MADE A MISTAKE!"
55psi only applies to clincher tyres on earlier Model T's. Since mine is a
1925 model and has split rims and balloon tyres, the correct tyre pressure
I imported my 1925 Ford Model T from the USA, not far from Detroit,
Michigan where it was built.
In this video I demonstrate the T's unusual controls and how they all work,
I show you how to start a Model T, and I take you on a short drive at the
The Model T was manufactured between 1908 and 1927, and was know by various
names including Tin Lizzie, Flivver, T‑Model Ford, or just 'T'.
The Model T set 1908 as the historic year that the automobile became
popular. It is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile, the
car that opened travel to the common middle-class American; some of this
was because of Ford's innovations, including assembly line production
instead of individual hand crafting.
On May 26, 1927, Henry Ford watched the 15 millionth Model T Ford roll off
the assembly line at his factory in Highland Park, Michigan.
1912 MODEL T FORD ROADSTER - NOT ALL MODEL T'S WERE BLACK
Check out this ancient and rare Model T Ford Roaster. This T was built the
same year that the Titanic sunk. This brass era Ford is all red,
appropriate for a speedster/roadster. Plenty of brass adorns this super
rare car from the radiator, brass kerosene headlights and running lights,
to the bulbous horn cable, wheel hubs, rear tail lights - there are brass
appointments everywhere. I am always a little concerned about the younger
generations taking an interest in the old car hobby and then I saw the 24
year old young man owning this Model T. I felt very encouraged that a
person that young would be interested in a 100 year old car. AND, he knows
how to operate it! This Roadster was a thrill for me to see it much less
record it. A truly rare piece of automotive history for you to enjoy.
Thanks very much for viewng this 1912 Model T Roadster.