1913 FORD MODEL T CUSTOM ROADSTER - 82643 Sold* at Scottsdale 2010 - Lot #1260.4 1913 FORD MODEL T CUSTOM ROADSTER https://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/82643/82643_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #1260.4

1913 FORD MODEL T CUSTOM ROADSTER

Auction Scottsdale 2010
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 1260.4
Year 1913
Make FORD
Model MODEL T
Style CUSTOM ROADSTER
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN A376799
Exterior Color LAVENDER PEARL
Interior Color BEIGE
Cylinders V8
Engine Size 327
Transmission MANUAL
Description

Lot #1260.4 - 1964 AMBR award winner, the famous King T designed and built by Don Tognotti and Gene Winfield represents the 60's like no other roadster. Began in July of '62 and finished in '64, the King T has been restored with exacting standards to the original. The custom tubular frame with independent rear suspension and '51 coil springs for the front have been fully restored to the original over the top chrome presentation. The original engine, fully rebuilt and dynoed, features gleaming metal flake paint. Presented in its prime for the show circuit with Hilborn injectors, the King T is currently fitted with a Carter AFB 500 carburetor. Hydro-matic transmission shifts with linkage run through the spark and advance controls on the steering column. Interior features the period pleated and button tufted design, along with the original chest seen in display materials. Original rims re-created to duplicate the wood spoke look favored by Tognotti. Painted in Wild Pearl Lavender by Gene Winfield in 1963, Gene was asked to re-create the original paint. In 2007, Winfield flew to Seattle and painted and remembered times with the King T. Full photo documentation. The King T is famous for wild styling and over the top chroming. Also sold as a model known as Tognotti's T the Grand Sweepstakes winner at Winter Nationals Auto Fair and the Oakland Roadster Show became famous later as Hot Heaps, the Hot Wheels version of Don Tognotti's dream. Accompanied by original documentation from Gene Winfield's personal collection, MPC model kits, magazines, display material and the 1964 AMBR Trophy rebuilt to a more manageable size.
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