About the 1923 Ford Model T
This is an un-restored automobile which is very-nearly completely original.
During the first 30 years of the last century, the Model T was extremely popular with the general public.
At a time when most of America was composed of farmland, the Model T could replace the horse and, as Ford sales reps were quick to point out, it did not have to be fed.
The museum is the third owner of this roadster.
Gift of Ed and Karol Stubbs.