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1920 Ford model T speedster
  • Vehicle Year:
    1920
    Vehicle Make:
    Other Vehicle
    Vehicle Make (Not Listed):
    Model T
    Vehicle Model:
    Speedster
    my son William is 9 years old. He said he would like to have a model T by the time he is ready to drive. He got a bunch of parts from the T club. He also worked in the garage made some money and bought a few things on the swap meet. He had almost everything now except a body. Until last Christmas, when I got him this home made speedster body. It’s obviously not running yet, but like I said he has a few years left to finish it. He wants to drive it to the driving test....
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  1. trabant601
    Its no Trabbi but certainly something unusual. I would like to see the driving inspector's face when they find out what kind of car the test is to be taken in.