1926 Ford Model T Roadster

1926 Ford Model T Roadster. All major bodywork complete, new 21 inch wood wheels, new tires, and tubes. Many new parts to be installed .The motor was last run 3 years ago. The car needs further restoration. Asking $5000 OBO. Please contact me for details.

Located in Taber, AB.

Contact Ernie Lukacs  at
elukacs@hotmail.com 
403-223-4206  If no answer by phone, please leave a message.

1926 Ford Model T Touring For Sale

Original body, engine and frame numbers match.  Original wheels: solid, refinished and balanced. New "Scat" crankshaft, re-babbitted rod and main bearings. Fully balanced engine and transmission. New CNC transmission drums, Kevlar bands, ball-bearing 4th main. Accessory outside oil line. Needle-bearing triple gears.  Engine built by the experts at Antique Auto Ranch in Spokane WA, builder of championship "Montana 500" cars. AAR also overhauled front and rear axles, with bronze thrust bearing and standard gearing in the rear. New correct wiring throughout, 6-volt system with rebuilt coils and Anderson Timer. New radiator. Z-head aluminum HC head, new touring-grind camshaft. New, correct upholstery. Extra parts included. A great runner, smooth, strong and very reliable. Appraised at $20K, asking $18K. Car located in Edmonton.

Jay Mauer 780-297-1544 (voice & texts) or flyin.mauer@gmail.com

1917 Touring Project

Good Day I have a 1917 touring car in need of major restoration.
I was going to restore it as a light patrol car from the Great War; however the floods of 2013 put a ding in my plans and I had to restore my home instead.
Time has gotten away from me so I will have to find a new home for this old gal. I still has its complete headlights and windscreen frame, and after market coil springs on the suspension.

$1500.00

Cheers Scotty
Cell 403 200 6589

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Reynolds-Alberta Museum

Wanted:  1926 or 1927 Model T

The museum is considering developing a new program on “Learning to Drive a Model T” much like the Gilmore Museum in the US. We are looking for an additional Model T to have as a backup vehicle to our Vintage Vehicle Tour fleet. 

Justin Cuffe, MCH
Curator, Transportation Collections
Reynolds-Alberta Museum
“A Dynamic Exploration of our Mechanical Heritage”
6426 40 Avenue P.O. Box 6360
Wetaskiwin, Alberta T9A 2G1
Ph: (780) 312-2065 Direct: (780) 312-2079 Fax: (780) 361-1239
Personal Email Address     www.ReynoldsAlbertaMuseum.com