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  1. My brother and I are now convinced that this is a 1901 Ford, and not the 1902 that I originally posted. After a thorough search online, it appears that there are many replica cars from 1901, but I could not find any other original Fords from 1901, other than some 1901 prototypes that are in museums. Can anyone suggest how I can determine if the car that I have is a genuine Ford, and not a replica? Or if it is a prototype? In an earlier post, I pointed out that the car has a number stamped into the wood, (see photos). Does anyone know what that number is?
  2. Dear Pete: My brother told me that there are no original engine mounts. He forwarded some photos which depict the original holes used to mount the engine. I am attaching those photos. In one of the photos that I previously posted, the number 16927 is carved into the wood. Would you know what that number means? I am attaching another copy of that photo. Thank you very much. With kind regards, Kevan
  3. Dear Lozierman: You have a sharp eye. I asked my brother if the body is made of plywood. He told me that, when he got the car, one piece was missing and he fabricated that out of plywood. With kind regards, Kevan
  4. Dear Pete O: My brother has taken the car apart to start a ground-up restoration, so I am attaching photos of the various pieces of the car. Thank you for your time, consideration, and input. Kevan
  5. It is in storage. I will take a photo the next time I am there, and will then post it here.
  6. Dear Pete: Thank you for your response. I am following-up with: http://earlyfordregistry.com/ I do not know a lot about this old car. I did see on: https://www.thehenryford.org/collections-and-research/digital-collections/artifact/198442 , that there is a 1902 Ford, but it might not have been sold until 1903. I also saw at: https://www.conceptcarz.com/s5250/ford-model-a.aspx.aspx that Ford made Model A cars from 1902 to 1905, before making the Model T and then the more well known Model A. The 1902 to 1905 Model A looks to my untrained eyes to be identical to the Run
  7. I have a 1902 Ford Runabout. The engine is missing. Does anyone know where I can buy a replacement engine?
  8. I have a 1902 Ford Runabout. The Engine is missing. Does anyone know where I can buy a replacement engine?
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