Model T

Sport Runabout: 1911 Ford Model T

Most people credit Henry Ford with the development of the automotive production line. In fact, this credit goes to Ransom E. Olds, with his curved dash Oldsmobile being the first mass-produced car. Henry Ford took what Olds developed and… more»

Fast Finds

Nostalgia Racer: 1923 Ford Model T Altered

The lives of road cars and race cars can be vastly different. Where a road car can soldier on for decades, a race car will usually only serve as a useful tool until the next “latest-and-greatest” machine takes its… more»

Tin Lizzie: 1924 Ford Model T

One of the most influential automobiles ever made, the Model T enabled affordable motorized transportation to get into the hands of U.S. consumers. And they did it nearly 15 million times between 1908 and 1927. Sometimes referred to as… more»

Older Restoration: 1925 Ford Model T Sedan

Hiding under this cover is a car that has been voted in various polls as the most significant car of the 20th Century. It is a 1925 Ford Model T Sedan, and it is an older restoration that is… more»

Parked in 1965: 1917 Ford Model T

One of the greatest attractions of the “Tin Lizzy” is that it evolved slowly during its 19-year production run. That means that many parts are not just suitable to swap from one year to the next, but from one… more»

Musical Truck! 1926 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup

This 1926 Ford Model T Roadster Pick-up is one of approximately 15 million Model Ts produced between 1908 – 1927. With possible local business provenance, this Model T is available here on craigslist in Denver Colorado for $7,000. Special… more»

Stored for 50 Years: 1924 Ford Model T Roadster

This 1924 Ford Model T Roadster has emerged from a 50-year hibernation in remarkably good order. It is a car that could be driven and enjoyed as it currently stands, although it would take little work to really make… more»

Ready to Restore: 1914 Ford Model T

This 1914 Ford Model T is what I would call a “bitsa” car. Its bits of a 1914 model, along with bits of a 1913, a 1915, and a 1926. The result is still a great little car that… more»

Possible Heirloom: 1923 Ford Model T Roadster

It is a testament to the regard that the motoring public held for Henry Ford’s beloved Model T that while 1923 marked the car’s 16th year in production, it was also the car’s most successful sales year. It was… more»

Mother-In-Law Seat: 1925 Ford Model T Speedster

This 1925 Ford Model T Speedster doesn’t feature its original body, but the body that it does feature is incredibly nice. This is a distinctive car with some very desirable features, and it is ready to be driven and… more»

Boyd Coddington’s 1st Mag Feature: 1915 Ford Model T

The owner of this 1915 Ford Model T claims that it is one of the early cars built by the legendary Boyd Coddington, and has featured in a number of magazine articles during the 1970s. It is now in… more»

Restore Or Drive? 1917 Ford Model T Touring

As a restoration project vehicle, this 1917 Model T touring doesn’t look like it is a bad thing. Of course, it would also be possible to make sure that the vehicle is in sound mechanical condition, and drive it… more»

Prized Possession: 1923 Ford Model T

The history of this 1923 Ford Model T isn’t clear up until 1950, but after that, it’s very clear. In 1950 the car was offered as a prize in a raffle, and the family that won the car have… more»

Aw, Shucks! – Part 2: 1915 Ford Model T Panel Truck

We featured this truck here on Barn Finds in November of 2016. Back then it had a buy-it-now price of $50,000 and was located in Newport News, Virginia. The car is still in Virginia, and according to the current ad,… more»

Machine Gun Equipped: 1921 Ford Model T

Well there’s something you don’t see every day! A Model T in this condition would be a nice little find. Apart from the obvious there is a lot to this classic. You can find it for sale here on… more»

Legend Looking For A Caretaker: 1924 Ford Model T Fordor

As automotive technology continues to amaze us today, we sometimes forget about the cars of yesterday that got us here.  In the early days of motoring, there were dozens of different automobile manufacturers spread across the country.  Each one… more»