Ford's revolutionary Model T changed the way Americans lived, worked and traveled. Masterfully efficient, the Ford assembly line made Tin Lizzies affordable to nearly every American and literally put America on wheels. The 1925 Model T Ford Runabout was designed as a personal car for young people or for business usage as it could only hold 2 people. It was good looking small car, dependable, with a low initial cost of $260. Standard equipment included weather-proof side storm curtains, double ventilating windshield, windshield wiper, nickeled headlamp rims, large rear trunk compartment, and four cord tires. If you wanted a starter, demountable rims and balloon tires, it would cost $370.
The 1925 Model T Ford Runabout kit contains 2.25 stainless steel sheets which will allow you to create a highly detailed etched 3D model of this famous car.
The unassembled 1925 Model T Ford Runabout model is packed in an envelope with easy to follow instructions. No glue or solder is needed. Parts can be easily clipped from the 4" square painted stainless steel sheets. Pop out the pieces and connect using tabs and holes. Tweezers (not included) are the recommended tool for bending and twisting the connection tabs. Includes illustrated instructions.
Age Range: 14 years to adult
Assembled Size: 3.07"L x 1.77"W x 1.89"H; 1:43 Scale.