Ford 19031931

WANTED: 1903-1970 Ford, any condition, any location. 800-452-9910; [email protected]

MODEL A: 1903 rear entry tonneau; to be offered at RM Auctions' Monterey event, Aug 12-14, 2010; please call for more information. 800-211-4371; or visit: rmauctions.com

WANTED: Model A roadsters, phaetons, A400s, top $ paid! 314-993-7104, MO [email protected]

MODEL N: 1906; to be offered without reserve at RM Auctions' Monterey event, August 12-14, 2010; please call for more information. 800-211-4371; or visit: rmauctions.com

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Ford 1907 Model K touring; to be offered without reserve at RM Auctions' Monterey event, August 12-14, 2010. For more information, please call: 800-211-4371 or visit: www.rmauctions.com
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Ford 1909 Model T aluminum; to be offered without reserve at RM Auctions' Monterey event, August 12-14, 2010. For more information, please call: 800-211-4371 or visit: www.rmauctions.com

MODEL T: 1911 tourabout; to be offered without reserve at RM Auctions' Monterey event, Aug 12-14; please call for more information. 800-211-4371; or visit: rmauctions.com MODEL T: 1911 delivery C cab, fully restored, all new sheetmetal parts, all new brass parts, great car for promotional vehicle, showroom condition, $38,000 Canadian. Bruce, 705-684-8125, ON, Canada.

Ford 1913 Model T touring, midnight blue, red dash, #1 condition, ready for show, $27,500, negotiable. 810-329-6895, MI.

(SOLD) FORD: 1913 Model T roadster, superb condition, National 1st Place winner 1978 Antique Automobile Club of America, $18,500. 914-2608552, NY; [email protected] (SOLD)

(SOLD) FORD: 1913 Model T roadster, superb condition, National 1st Place winner 1978 Antique Automobile Club of America, $18,500. 914-2608552, NY; [email protected] (SOLD)

Antique Collecting

Antique Collecting

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