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The Ford Model T was intended to be a cheap car for the common man. It set the foundation for modern automobiles we enjoy driving today. The Model T changed the way Americans—and the rest of the world—thought about and used automobiles. When the Model T debuted 100 years ago, its impact was immediate. The lightweight and affordable car with a gasoline engine quickly made horse-drawn buggies obsolete.

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1923 Model T, Steel Shock Body Material, Chrome

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Shock Body Material: Steel

Upper Shock Mount: 1/2" Bushed Eyelet

Lower Shock Mount: 1/2" Bushed Eyelet

Extended Length Range: 10.00" to 10.99"

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1923 Model T, Steel Shock Body Material, Painted

Shock Body Material: Steel

Upper Shock Mount: 1/2" Bushed Eyelet

Lower Shock Mount: 1/2" Bushed Eyelet

Extended Length Range: 10.00" to 10.99"

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Material Type: Steel

Overall Width: 20.00"

Overall Height: 24.50"

Depth: 3.50"

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26-27 Model T, 90.00" Overall Length, 49.00" Body Width

Overall Length: 90.00"

Body Width: 49.00"

Body Height: 24.00"

Firewall Width: 29.00"

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1923 Model T, 52.00" Overall Length, 45.00" Body Width

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Overall Length: 52.00"

Body Width: 45.00"

Body Height: 24.00"

Firewall Width: 26.50"

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1923 Model T, 52.00" Overall Length, 45.00" Body Width

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Overall Length: 52.00"

Body Width: 45.00"

Body Height: 24.00"

Firewall Width: 26.50"

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Steel, Natural

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Material Type: Steel

Finish: Natural

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Steel, Natural

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Material Type: Steel

Finish: Natural

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1923 Model T, 22.50" Overall Length, 1.00" Flange Width

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Overall Length: 22.50"

Overall Width: 19.50"

Overall Height: 9.50"

Flange Width: 1.00"

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1923 Model T, 1927 Model T, Fiberglass, 5.000" Depth

Material Type: Fiberglass

Overall Width: 21.000"

Overall Height: 24.000"

Depth: 5.000"

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1923 Model T, 1927 Model T, Stainless Steel, Polished

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Material Type: Stainless Steel

Finish: Polished

Overall Length: 60.00"

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23-25 Model T, 16.75" Overall Length, Fiberglass

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Overall Length: 16.75"

Overall Height: 18.13"

Material Type: Fiberglass

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Steel, Natural

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Material Type: Steel

Finish: Natural

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1923 Model T, Steel, Natural

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Material Type: Steel

Finish: Natural

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1923 Model T, 45.00" Body Width, 24.00" Body Height

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Body Width: 45.00"

Body Height: 24.00"

Firewall Width: 26.50"

Material Type: Fiberglass

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2.00" Overall Diameter, Steel

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Overall Diameter: 2.00"

Material Type: Steel

Assembled: No

Transmission Yoke Included: Yes

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Housing Color: Black

Housing Material: Steel

Bulb Type: 1157

Overall Height: 9.5"

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When the Model T first hit the road, it turned heads with its technological advances, including hand controls that sped up or slowed down the vehicle based on throttle and brake inputs. The easy-to-access storage compartments meant you could easily transport long lengths of lumber for your new workshop, or use wood blocks to make a skateboard for your new trick.

The Model T’s impact was immediate. At the time, vehicles were novelties, and most car buyers wanted a brand-new vehicle made by their hometown mechanic. The Model T was one of the most innovative cars of all time, thanks in part to its control layout. The car was also affordable,  and could be easily modified to speed up or outrun pesky cops.

It was lightweight and affordable with a gasoline engine. It proved to be quickly made obsolete by the Model T. The Model T didn’t have much competition, and its style wasn’t too flashy. It was just a really good car at an affordable price, and it became an immediate success. But the Model T was different. It was not only unique, with its functional control layout and running board, but also cheap and easy to fix, becoming the first vehicle in history that you didn’t need to be a mechanic or an engineer to repair.

In its day, nothing like it had ever been seen. One of the most important cars ever, the Ford Model T was a game-changer that helped shape American history. And it’s still here today. Built on August 12th, 1908, the Ford Model T’s impact was immediate. It won popular appeal by being priced at just $850, and it was lightweight and affordable with a gasoline engine. Then in January of 1927, the Model A debuted and the Model T was left behind.

It was the first car to hit the market with a standardized, affordable chassis that was easy to repair. Along with its open-plan design, it became a worldwide sensation and was the catalyst for our modern age of mobility.

As partners in your passion, we offer a huge catalog of aftermarket Ford Model T parts for repair, rebuild, restoration, resto-mod, high performance, racing, custom, or lifestyle accessories. Since 1952, Speedway Motors has helped auto enthusiasts and racers to build their best cars and live their best moments. Whether your passion is classic style or modified performance, we are on your team to make it happen. What’s more, every part is backed by 3 generations of automotive knowledge to help you build it right the first time. Count on Ford Model T parts for sale from Speedway Motors to deliver on our promise of high quality at an affordable price.