1. 1927 Ford Model T Coupe

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Lot Number
69
From The Jimmie Taylor Collection
1927 Ford Model T Coupe
The Auburn Auction

Offered Without Reserve

CHASSIS NO: 14953244
• Desirable and iconic “Doctor’s Coupe” body style
• Handsome example from the Model T’s final year
• Nicely equipped with period accessories
• Attractively finished and presented throughout

176.7 cid L-head inline four-cylinder, electric starting, 20 HP, two-speed planetary manual transmission, solid front axle and live rear axles with transverse semi-elliptic leaf springs, contracting-band driveshaft brake plus hand-operated, internal-expanding mechanical rear-wheel brakes; wheelbase: 100"


Just three years after the first Ford Motor Company vehicle was introduced, production was reorganized along two different directions. In 1906, Henry introduced the basic low-priced, four-cylinder Model N roadster for $600 and the top-of-the-line, six-cylinder Model K for $2,400. The Model K was an utter disappointment and Ford would not produce another six-cylinder car until 1941. However, the little Model N enjoyed popular acceptance and begat the Model R that debuted in 1907. Also appearing in 1907 was the Model S. These three models, the N, R and S, provided the engineering platform and cash flow that gave rise to the definitive Model T, introduced in October 1908.

Even Henry Ford was somewhat surprised himself by the Model T’s immediate success. Still, he realized that constant improvements, albeit in terms of engineering and not styling, were required to remain competitive. By 1917, nearly all forms of bright ornamentation had disappeared, consistent with wartime austerity and not to reappear until the Model T’s twilight years. Fords were given new bodies in August 1922 and then for the final 1926-1927 production run, the “Improved Fords” heralded updated bodies, limited but effective bright trim and a host of mechanical updates applied to the chassis, brakes, controls, and other detail items.

One of the most attractive and practical Model T body styles was the two-passenger Coupe. While never officially listed by Ford Motor Company as a “Doctor’s Coupe,” the name originated both by custom and the sheer numbers of Coupes that were used by physicians during the 1920s and beyond. Since Ford’s Model T delivered rock-solid reliability and the Coupe was a closed model suitable for all-weather use with a roomy trunk for carrying necessary supplies and equipment in addition to the doctor’s trademark small black case, the Model T Coupe became generally known as a “Doctor’s Coupe.”

Another great offering from The Jimmie Taylor Collection, this very attractive 1927 Ford Model T is a quintessential “Doctor’s Coupe.” Its handsome, close-coupled body is enhanced by bright front and rear “biplane” bumpers, a chromed radiator shell, Boyce Moto-Meter, steel sun visor, wire wheels, and a rear-mounted spare wheel/tire. The Coupe’s snug interior is highly attractive to match the rest of the car, well-trimmed in gray cloth upholstery and panels. A wonderful example of the iconic “Doctor’s Coupe,” this 1927 Ford Model T Coupe handsomely represents the final model year of one of the greatest and most influential automobiles of all time.

1927 Ford Model T Coupe
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