Centurion: 1914 Ford Model T


Generally we like all those classic cars that, in their stylistic setting, have moved away from the concept of horse-drawn carriage, but here we must make an exception.


The reason is simple: it is absolutely not trivial to find a car, in the particular case a Ford Model T, 104 years old (yes, more than a century ago cars already existed) and parked in a barn since 1933: the second World War, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, the Cuban missile crisis, the oil crisis, the fall of the Berlin Wall, mobile phones, the internet and social media are all things that happened while this car rested deeply in his Montana refuge.


We will not dwell in describing it: the current owner and seller have long described it down to the smallest details so that those interested will find the description intriguing and instructive at the same time, what seems obvious to us anyway is that the place of this car is in a museum, so that it serves to preserve the history of the vehicle that has changed the history of the world. Find it for sale at $24,995 here in Bozeman, MT.


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