1923 Ford Model T
Price: $98,500.00 Ad Number: #20710
1923 Ford Model T for Sale 1923 Ford Model T for Sale>
1923 Ford Model T
Price: $98,500.00 Ad Number: #20710
1923 Ford Model T for Sale 1923 Ford Model T for Sale
Listed By: GoodGuysAdsOR
Seller Number: Show Seller Phone (530) 953-9600
Posted: Mar 30
Location: REDDING, CA
Price: $98,500.00
Year: 1923
Make/Model: Ford Model T
Drive Type: -
Mileage: 1,551
Doors: Two Door
Body Type: Roadster
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: -
Engine: 8 Cylinder
Exterior Color: -
This awesome full custom 1923 Ford T-bucket was done by the late Bill Enderson. He was 84 years old when he started. Four years later you see what it looks like now. It started with a 1923 Ford chassis then it went to a 1923 Willys Overland tub to it. Then added 1923 and '25 Ford Cowls on a 1932 Ford Grill. The engine is a 1953 Ford truck Flathead built to 304 ci and connected to a Ford C-4 automatic transmission which has a Polished quick change rear-end. The interior went to a 1922 Studebaker dashboard with a custom leather interior, with a customized fabricated removable top. it has GM disk brakes and lot of Chrome. The paint and the upholstery are the only item that were not done by other.
The This car was invited to the "America's Most Beautiful Roaster" completion in Pomona, CA. This is a shot list of some of the high quality of vehicle parts being used: 1953 Ford 239 ci. Bored and Stroked to 304 ci., Polished Offenhauser aluminum heads and intake manifold. Also are 3 Stromberg 97carbs w/ progressive linkage. There is a Harmon Collins polished Magneto Ignition system. All the leaves springs and hangers and the drop axle the spindles and the Pete and Jake's shocks are all Chrome. The Ford C-4, 3 speed automatic, manual shift, transmissions are all new. There is a longer list of parts and customized items with names like ... LeCarra, Lokar, Miata, Wheel Vintique, Silvertown, Sid Chavers, etc..
Of course the inside and outside of the fantastic areas the paint it PPG BlackBerry Candy, for the Custom Body, Dashboard and Frame Graphics who were done by Tommy Carr from Gold Hill, Oregon.
When the fantastic project completed it was necessary to have a professional auto appraisal. So they hired "Auto Appraisal Network". The appraisal was done in a very through and classy document. There are many photIo's and lots of important written for information were needed to make the final price. In May, 2014, the fair market value price was of $175,000. The car is still in fantastic condition and has been drivin for only 1551 miles. It has been in the owners private garage since was built. Bill Enderson, the owner and builder has passed on three years ago. Mrs. Francis Enderson have finally decided it is time to move the 1923 Ford to new excited owners. She realized that time has passed and so is inflation. The rod is just broken in and 95% of all parts are like new. Fair market value is decisioned by comparing similar cars by years, age, mileages, originality, conversions, and equipment. After all those things completed then it is time to make a price in the market... The price decision is made from Mrs. Enderson and with several friends who are longtime qualitified automotive buyers and sellers. the price is $98,500.
That is $76,500 drop of from the original ($175,000) value new...
If you are interested buying this vehicle and want more of information you may call the appraiser (Bill Cobb) of "Auto Appraisal Network", Southern Oregon Toll Free 888-202-1172.
My name is Glenn Anderson (530-953-9600), I am not a appraiser or car salesman of a car mechanic. I am just a hot rodder and a great friend of helping Bill and Francis Enderson anything they need for a long time. This T-bucket hotrod was his last project.... He has had severable Corvette's. Bill Enderson is well know for another well known hotrods. Before this T-bucket, he re-build a gorgeous red/white 1941 Lincoln/Zephyr 2 door coupe, with the Viper V-10 fantastic motor that was involved the Barret/Jackson Auction in Phoenix, Arizona about 2010. It was on TV with the very verbal active auction back and forth many time and the final price of the buyer was $200,000+. That is the evidence of the quality of Bill's great art vehicles. If you are interested this vehicle and have more questions, please call me. I have lots of information of this car thanks to the appraisers. Thank you for your interest.