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The owner of this well preserved Ford Model-T mentioned it was made in 1922. It looked to be in very good condition and is still road-worthy. I'm not really a vintage car buff, but this was a real head turner. Especially good to see was the "jump seat" at the back. If anyone can give a more accurate desription of this it will be appreciated.

A note from Wikipedia:
The Model T had a front mounted, 177 |in3 (2.9 L) four-cylinder en bloc motor (that is, all four in one block, as common now, rather than in individual castings, as common then) producing 20.2 hp (15 kW) for a top speed of 40-45 mph (64-72 km/h). The small four cylinder engine was known for its L heads. According to Ford Motor, the Model T had fuel economy on the order of 13 to 21 mpg (5 to 9 kilometres per litre or 11.1 to 18.7 litres per 100 km).The engine was capable of running on gasoline or ethanol, though the decreasing cost of gasoline and the later introduction of Prohibition in the United States made ethanol an impractical fuel.

The very friendly owner is in the WS.

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