Model T Auction in Augusta, MT

Subject: Model T Auction in Augusta

Here is just one last reminder about the auction in Augusta/Gilman, Montana this Saturday, June 11th.  There are some interesting Model T items including 

A 27 Tudor sedan cut down to a pickup - running and driving with a big drum Ruckstell and a Weduno auxiliary transmission. 

A 1916 engine complete and recently running -- in a later chassis

A a very nice project TT truck with an excellent metal express box.  Square cab with very good doors

A big drum Ruckstell complete from U Joint to hub caps.  

The best original 1925 T pickup box I have ever seen -- made into a trailer many years ago, has the correct tailgate and floor slats, wooden floor still in it. 

An excellent set of 21 inch wooden wheels with nearly new tires mounted. 

Several other wheels. 

A new ring and pinion set -- standard gearing. 

2 1927 engines, one has been used as power unit, all complete and would probably run very easily -- turns over; another complete and turns over.  

3 or 4 Warford transmissions including an Aluminum one that looks very nice. 

A few small parts like coils, coil boxes, a radiator, etc.   

Also --- what we believe is a 1916 Dodge touring car project that is pretty complete.  

AND of course, there is the REO!!!  The only known unrestored 1915 REO Cloverleaf roadster in the world.  We have it running and driving with new tires and battery, you could probably drive it home.  10,590 actual miles.  

Here is the link to the web site www.frontrangeauctions.com

Here is the link to the page with most of the Model T photos.  http://frontrangeauctions.com/414_MORE_STUFF.php

Click around the 414 links to check out all the great cars, tractors and other stuff besides the T's.  It is a great auction. 

One last thing to note, I know a lot of you are on your way to Red Lodge to the tour, we will start selling carbs by 11 at the latest, should be around to the T stuff in a couple hours so you can buy what you want, load it up and get going and still make it to Red Lodge.  

Thanks, see you at the auction.  

Stan Howe