- 149-cid, 15-hp four-cylinder engine
- Two-speed manual transmission
- Has been in storage for the last 40 years
- Sold for $500 originally
- Horseless Carriage Club of America eligible
- Well presented early Ford motorcar
In 1906 Ford offered the Model N for the low price of $500. The car featured an 84 inch wheelbase and was capable of speeds of 45-mph. This reliable car offered at an affordable price was truly an early sign of things to come from Ford Motor Company.
This recently discovered 1906 Ford Model N Runabout is presented in red. The car had been in storage for the last 40 years. This Model N Runabout is powered by a 149-cid, 15-hp four-cylinder engine which is paired to a two-speed manual transmission. The right-hand drive Model N Runabout offers passenger seating for three, with two up front and a mother-in-law seat in the back. The seats are completed in black button-tufted material. The car rides on blackwall tires mounted on red wood spoke wheels. Exterior features include a brass radiator, cowl-mounted carriage lights and headlight surrounds. This unique 1906 Ford Model N Runabout is Horseless Carriage Club of America (HCCA) eligible.