Classified Ad Number: 40365 on www.AntiqueCar.com
Date of Ad Placement: May 26, 2014

1916 Ford Model T Hose Car

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Description:
1916 Ford Model T Hose Car for sale. Vehicle runs and drives. Motor is in excellent condition, runs smooth without smoke. Features electric starter, foot operated gong mounted under floorboard, Sterling hand crank siren, headlights and tail light work, Red cowl lights flash sequentially. All four tires are excellent, like new condition. Brass Headlights and Radiator with American La France Motometer. Authentic wood fire department extension ladder, axe, wood handled pike pole, like-new round bottomed fire buckets, several coiled sections of fire hose, and a section of coupled suction hose (Not mounted in pictures) is included.

This replica firetruck was professionally constructed by famed Michigan midget race car driver and Indy 500 mechanic, John Tenney of Battle Creek, Michigan. (Google his name). as a parade vehicle. . Hose bed was professionally mated to a Ford Model T coupe body. His metal working craftsmanship shows throughout. Paint is in very good condition and vehicle was always stored inside. Decoration is gold vinyl striping and lettering which can be changed easily with no damage to underlying paint. Clear Michigan Title provided.

This vehicle would make an excellent parade truck or as a display inside a restaurant, ice cream parlor, or other business. Sold as-Is, where is, with no guarantee or warrantee, expressed or implied. Vehicle located in storage in Jackson, Michigan. and is available for inspection,

Asking $9800.00.

Contact Warren Lun
Historic No.4 Fire Station
175 Kendall Street S.
Battle Creek, Michigan 49037
Mobile : (269) 963-3473


Details:
Price: $9,800.00 Make an Offer
Make: Ford
Model: Model T Hose Car
Year: 1916
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Contact Information:
Ad Number: 40365 Seller Username: wetgundog
Location: Battle Creek, Michigan, 49037 - United States US

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