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1909 Touring Model T Ford. Maintenance/restoration of old/vintage vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears/pads could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce. My contact: tatjana.alic@windowslive.com

1909 Touring Model T Ford. Maintenance/restoration of old/vintage vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears/pads could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce. My contact: tatjana.alic@windowslive.com

1924 Model T Ford Doctors Coupé Maintenance/restoration of old/vintage vehicles…

This car is a 1929 Ford model.The car only came in a few colors. For introduced the Model A and it was $495. Not everyone in that time period were able to afford one. They were made in an assembly line.

This car is a 1929 Ford model.The car only came in a few colors. For introduced the Model A and it was $495. Not everyone in that time period were able to afford one. They were made in an assembly line.

1915 Ford Model T Runabout Ford Model T (''Any colour you like ,as long as it's black'')

1915 Ford Model T Runabout Ford Model T (''Any colour you like ,as long as it's black'')

Autos antiquísimos / This year, Ford is celebrating the 150th birthday of founder Henry Ford. Its...

Autos antiquísimos / This year, Ford is celebrating the 150th birthday of founder Henry Ford. Its...

1910 Parry Model 40 Touring Car - The Parry (1910) and New Parry (1911–1912) were built in Indianapolis, Indiana by the Parry Auto Company. David Maclean Parry and his brothers built carriages, but experimented w/ early motorcars. In 1906 David gained control of the Overland Company, but sold it to John North Willy by 1908 due to the Panic of 1907. With the experience he produced his own make of automobile, but soon went into receivership. This car is one of two that exist.

1910 Parry Model 40 Touring Car - The Parry (1910) and New Parry (1911–1912) were built in Indianapolis, Indiana by the Parry Auto Company. David Maclean Parry and his brothers built carriages, but experimented w/ early motorcars. In 1906 David gained control of the Overland Company, but sold it to John North Willy by 1908 due to the Panic of 1907. With the experience he produced his own make of automobile, but soon went into receivership. This car is one of two that exist.

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