1917 3 door ragtop touring, vintage Model T survivor, I bought the vehicle from a classic car dealer in Michigan last year (this dealer supplied cars for the movie Public Enemy). Vehicle is a recent restoration, some small blemishes. I have showed the vehicle locally last year and placed second in a classic car show.
All is in working condition, it is a non-electric Model T , must be hand cranked to start, but has a battery under the back seat to help with that. The headlights were not correctly wired during the restoration, I have a period correct wiring harness and the correct 1917 light switch for the car. I did not get around to correct this issue, but have all instructions and parts, I did run the lights of the battery once and they work fine. The dealer sent me instructions and parts once I told him about the problem. Since the car has not an electric rear light or brake lights I never drove in the dark.
The car has a clear Texas license, with date of manufacture license plate. I installed the period correct 1917 rear plate, these are hard to find in good condition, I also installed the red 1917 Texas radiator registration badge (this one is a replica, could not find an original in good condition).
The car is licensed to drive on public roads. If I sell the car in Texas I will sell it with the plates, otherwise I would like to keep them.
Please email me with questions or picture requests.SOLD