Ford Model T · The Essential Buyer's Guide — All models 1909 to 1927
by Neil Tuckett and Chris Barker
The Model T Ford is unique. In 1920, more than half the cars in the world were Model Ts, and when production ended in 1927, 15 million had been built. Thousands survive to this day, and there’s a worldwide community of enthusiasts who enjoy the Ford's simple practicality, robustness, and affordability. What’s more, availability parts for cars and trucks is excellent.
This book has been written by two expert enthusiasts with more than 50 years' and tens-of-thousands of miles combined experience of the Model T. It describes all the many variants and changes, and even explains how to drive a Model T – different, but not difficult. It helps you decide exactly what sort of Model T you want, and what to look for when you go to examine one.
More than 70 contemporary and modern photographs accompany and support the text and tables.
The only buyer's guide to the Model T
Covers all Model T cars and trucks, including those built in the USA, Canada, and UK
Answers the questions 'What exactly is it?' and 'What do I want?’
Explores – and often explodes – the myths about the Model T
Photographs of all the types, and details you will need
Provides links and references to the Worldwide Model T community
Explores rumours and myths of the Model T
Illustrates historic and contemporary miniatures
Written by a professional engineer and experienced author
Buch, Softcover, 14 x 19,5 cm, 64 Seiten, 90 farbige Abbildungen, englischer Text