These items were recently placed on e-Bay. Take a look at the bids to see the price other Model T enthusiasts were willing to spend to take the items home.
|This beautiful polished brass radiator for a 1911 and/or 1912 Ford Model T was offered by a seller from Salt Lake City, Utah.||The item attracted a very strong 26 bids and sold for $500.95.|
|A Ford Model T or A ampmeter that was purchased at an estate sale of a gentleman who was a known Model T and A repairman went up for bid. It was said to fit 1926-27 Model Ts and all Model As.||There were 4 bids and the winner got the ampmeter for $14.50.|
|This Ford Model T hinged hood was being sold out of Bakersfield, California. The seller described it as a new and unused item that had no signs of wear. There was no packaging and the seller believed the item to be a factory second that had a few defects.||The starting bid was $49.99 but there were no bids. The hood stays in California.|
|Coming out of New Castle, Indiana, this vintage trumpet type brass horn had rubber ball bellows that were collapsed and cracked all over. The mounting bracket was still on it.||The bidding started at $24.99 but there were no bids. No one wanted the horn with rubber ball bellows that were collapsed and cracked all over.|
|This 1913 - 1916 Ford Model T hub cap made of solid brass was found in a crate at an estate. The seller, from New Hampshire, says it will clean up nicely. It was described as having no dents but a few nicks that should buff out in cleaning. The seller says, "The threads are in great shape - not all boogered up."||There were 4 bids and $5.51 won the hub cap.|
|The seller of this Model T or Model A Wards car fan said the item was not tested and it was "possible that it would need to be restored." I'm guessing that would definitely be the case. The fan was said to be in nice condition with some surface rust "which adds to its age character." The blade turns and there were no dents or dings in the fan. The fan measures about 5 inches in diameter and is about 4.5 inches tall.||There was one bid and the person who bid $9.95 was the winner.|
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