I have a beautiful 1923 Model T Ford C Cab Pick Up Truck for sale. This is a rare vehicle and when they can be found they go for $25,000 or more. If you have done any looking for these vehicles you know what I mean. This one is well cared for and the signs are magnetic and easily removable.
Asking Only $14,500
You must see to believe. This is a Beautifully restored 1923 Ford Model T “C” Cab Pickup. Fully restored custom wood work throughout. Shriner emblems are magnetic and easily removed.
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The vehicle is located in Covington, LA.
Model TT History
The Ford Model TT is a truck made by the Ford Motor Company. It was rated at 1 short ton (0.91 t). The rear axle had a worm drive and crown wheel, unlike the Model T’s crown wheel and pinion. The wheelbase was 125 inches (3,200 mm), compared to 100 inches (2,500 mm) for the Model T. It was often equipped with an accessory gearbox, such as the Ruxtell or Jumbo gearboxes, which allowed the truck to have intermediate gears between low and high, useful for hill climbing. It was often sold as a chassis with the buyer supplying the truck body as needed. Mass production with Ford produced bodies ran from 1925 to 1927, but production started with the first chassis being released in 1917. In 1923, it cost $380. In 1925, a hand operated windshield wiper was added.
Ford set new production records for Ford trucks and Ford cars from 1920 to 1923. For 1923, Ford updated the look of the Model T cars and Model TT trucks, and total production of these vehicles topped 1.8 million units for the year.