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1922 Ford speedster shown below. This is a rare "armadillo" body boat tail with a rebuilt (about 1000 miles ago) engine and transmission, probably the best speedster I ever owned and have had it the longest (11 years). the body is number 14 of  17 cars produced in the 60's I painted this car and it has 21 coats of lacquer. The restoration can be seen here: http://customfurniture.net/yellow/ other photos are here: http://www.customfurniture.net/index_files/Page406.htm



· Ruckstell two speed differential.

· Model “A” intake manifold.

· Model “A” exhaust manifold.

· Model “A” Zenith carburetor.

· 6 volt Alternator.          

· Modern Texas T distributer with electronic ignition.

· Electric Start.

· New steering shaft.

· Aooga horn.

· Brass bulb horn.

· Brass mirrors.

· Brass horn bracket.

· Brass moto meter and wing.


Powder coated red wheel rims.

· New oak Wheel spokes.

· New chrome hub covers.

· 21 coats of Yellow Lacquer paint.

· 6 coats of black paint on sand blasted frame.

· Freshly re-built long block.

· Stainless steel step plate.

· Electric rear stop light.

 White tires in May 2015

 This car is being offered for $ 24,500.00 USD. to the first person who commits.








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