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1915 Ford Model T Touring

1915 Ford Model T in Second Hand Wedding, Movie, 2008 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US — Built in: CA — Made for: NZ

1915 Ford Model T Touring

Position 00:14:08 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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rjluna2 US

2008-07-13 02:12

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Does it looks like early model such as 1908/09?

DynaMike NL

2008-07-13 11:21

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No fixation of the Touring-hood to the front, no 'Ford' in centre of the radiator, shape of the front fenders, still no electric light: I'd say this is a 1914 model. But since these cars usually have hd several restaurations it is difficult to be sure...

dsl SX

2017-03-16 21:13

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Different main now. It's supposedly rebuilt during the film, so that it can become the wedding car at the end. Described as a "brass radiator T", which seems correct.
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Plate is SK 719 and filmed in Wellington, so may be known/traceable car??

rjluna2 US

2017-03-16 21:31

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Plate SK719 returns:

carjam wrote Year: 1915
Make: FORD
Model: MODEL T
Colour: Black
Body Style: Convertible
Plate: SK719
Engine No: C184316
Chassis: C184316
Vehicle Type: Passenger Car/Van
Seats: 5
CC rating: 2,200cc
Fuel Type: Petrol
Assembly Type: Unknown
Country of Origin: New Zealand

dsl SX

2017-03-16 22:01

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"MODEL T ASSEMBLY IN NEW ZEALAND: Most of the early Model T Fords came into New Zealand in packing cases from Canada, shipped, one per box. Often the boxes would be delivered from the ship on a dray pulled by horses. To assemble them was quite simple, and often done on the street. Remove the top and sides of the case; jack up the axles, fit the wheels, windscreen, and hood, put in some petrol, crank the car into life, and drive away. The used boxes became a side line industry, many converted to out buildings and some to holiday houses...." - NZ factory assembly started in 1921 - still Canada-supplied - as NZ's first car plant. - Link to "www.allteams.co.nz"

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