Ford Model T - Great Cars
From the PBS series Great Cars. In the summer of 2003, thousands of people
made a pilgrimage to Dearborn, Michigan to celebrate the 100th birthday of
the Ford Motor Company. It was a remarkable five-day event that
demonstrated the impact this company has had on the world.
The Ford fans had a chance to see the world's largest display of current
and historic cars that made it famous around the world. Cars like Mustangs, Lincolns and Thunderbirds
delighted the attendees but one car stood out above the rest --- The Model
Launched in 1908, she was quite a gal. Her name was "Lizzie" and she helped
unite people from near and far. The "Tin Lizzie," or Model T, made her
family famous-- the Fords. "Lizzie" only went 40 miles per hour. While she
wasn't quick or even very pretty, she was inexpensive.
For the first time, the working-man could afford a car and The Model T put
the world on wheels. It's a remarkable story of luck, pluck and desire.
More at GreatCarsTV.com
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
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
Thanks for looking and enjoy the show - Please leave a comment and
subscribe for more great classic car videos.
Call to take this beauty home!
1915 Ford Model T Speedster after first start up
This is a 1915 Ford Model T Speedster running after starting it up for the
first time. The car has been custom built for a customer and at his request
it has an Electric Starter, Distributor, and 12v Alternator.
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
1920 Ford Model-T Roadster
1920 Ford Model-T Roadster. For more information on this and other vehicles
visit us at www.parknsellcars.com
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".