1926 Ford Model T
This specific model of T was referred to as the "Doctor's Coupe", reason for the nickname is because of it's popularity among country doctors back in the day.
Currently sitting in a storage shop in Brandon, MB. Was purchased as a project a few years ago as a project but ended up not getting to it. Reason for selling is need to free up space in shop for other vehicles.
Body of the car is in really great shape. Panels line up well and has no rust or appear to have any body filler. Paint isn't the best but could be made acceptable with a polish and wax. Not a professional paint job on the car. Looks like a DIY paint job done by a previous owner, however all things considered it isn't bad.
Interior is in decent shape. Could use a little TLC but same as paint, all things considered not too bad.
All 4 wheels are the original wood spoke style, tires are in decent shape. Not 100% sure of age but appear to be in usable condition.
Engine is complete and had ran when parked a few years ago. Since being parked nothing has been altered or changed but when trying to start a few months ago couldn't get it to run. Needs to be properly gone through and maintenance performed.
Happy to answer any questions about the Model T, Im sure I am missing some info.