1925 Ford Model TT Huckster
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RM Sotheby's - Hershey
9th Oct 2015
1925 Ford Model TT Huckster
20 bhp, 176 cu. in. L-head four-cylinder engine, two-speed planetary transmission with auxiliary three-speed gearbox and two-speed Hall Scott axle, solid front axle and live rear axle with transverse leaf springs, and two-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 124 in. To please customers looking for something more rugged and heavy-duty than their light commercial trucks, Ford offered a larger, one-ton version of the Model T truck. Dubbed the Model TT, it boasted a longer, 124-inch wheelbase and was fitted with a sturdy worm-gear rear axle. Still fitted with the Model T’s reliable, 20-horsepower L-head engine, there were few tasks that the Model TT could not stand up to. Early on in its production, the Model TT was originally sold as a chassis, with the buyer left to supply a body, but in 1924, the truck became available with a factory-produced body. The Model TT remained in production for 10 years, from 1917 to 1927, and proved to be an excellent work companion for many Americans. Before being acquired by the AACA Museum in 2012, this 1925 Ford Model TT Huckster spent some time out of the country before being re-imported and issued its present Pennsylvania state-issued VIN number. At that time, it was acquired by the Genuardi chain of supermarkets, who commissioned Daniel Berry and Sons to restore the vehicle in Genuardi livery so that it could be used for promotional purposes at their stores. Since being acquired by the museum, the vehicle has largely remained on static display and thus may require some degree of re-commissioning before being put into routine service. Like Ford trucks of today, the Model TT proved to be an essential part of many working American’s livelihoods and helped to cement Ford’s already stellar reputation for ruggedness and reliability. At 90 years old, this Model TT would surely attract lots of attention at any local show or cruise night, just as it has in the current custody of the AACA Museum.
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