1926 Mercury Body Ford Model T Speedster
See this rare 1926 Mercury Body Model T sold by Left Coast Classics at
http://www.leftcoastclassics.com/SOLD/1926-modelt-speedster/ Also, join us
at MySpace at http://www.myspace.com/leftcoastclassics
1913 Model T Ford Speedster
In this video we talk to Bernard about his beautiful 1913 Model T Ford.
It's street legal and if you are in southern California keep your eyes
open, you might catch a glimps of this early "Ford Cobra".
Test drive newly restored 1912 EMF semi-racer.
Find out about the Horseless Carriage Club here:
http://www.hcca.org/index.html or here: http://www.hccsc.info
1929 Ford Model A Speedster for Sale
Visit http://www.leftcoastclassics.com/1929-ford-speedster/ to see this
great old 1929 Ford Model A Speedster for sale from Left Coast Classics in
Sonoma California. This stunning old Ford was completed just a year ago and
has less than 500 miles on it. Starts, runs and drives fantastic with
plenty of get-up-and-go! Beautiful Black satin paint with super comfortable
seats. The drivers seat is adjustable for maximum comfort! Loaded with
other great features that make it so easy and so much fun to drive!
Check out the link above for the full description, as well as two detailed
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Model T Speedster Endurance Run 2009
The Santa Clara Valley Model T Ford Club 40th Annual Endurance Run.
The event occurs on the second Sunday in June, starting at Second and Santa
Clara Streets, San Jose, CA promptly at 7:30am.
This car is for sale! "Poor Mans Rajo" engine
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This is a 27 Ford Model T "Fordor". The engine was built by us, Gen III
Antique Auto. The car was cold when I took this video, not warmed up
first. Holding the camera and trying to crank it was a challenge, sorry
for the shakey video! Our website is www.Gen3AntiqueAuto.com. The thing
on the dash that I pushed was the choke lever. This engine uses a 1928
Chevy head, mated to the Ford engine, a new 280 lift cam, a Holley 94 carb,
and an electric fan. If you would like an engine like this one, a stock T
engine, or anything in between, please contact us. We work on Model T's,
Model A's, or any pre-WWII motor.