KFB's Celebratory 1919 Ford Model T Goes to Logan County for the Tobacco and Heritage Parade - Kentucky Farm Bureau

KFB's Celebratory 1919 Ford Model T Goes to Logan County for the Tobacco and Heritage Parade

 

KFB's celebratory 1919 Ford Model T was part of the Logan County Tobacco and Heritage Parade in Russellville, KY.  An estimated 30,00 people attended the event.

1919 Ford Model T Fun Facts

  • Top speed: 45 mph
  • Cruising speed: 35 mph
  • Fuel economy: 16-22 mpg
  • Lowest selling price: $260 in 1925
  • Engine: 20 horsepower, 4 Cylinders, 177 cu. in.
  • Ignition: Flywheel Magneto, trembler coil for each cylinder
  • Transmission: 2 Speed Planetary, multiple disc clutch
  • Ford produced 15,000,000 Model Ts from 1909 to 1927.
  • All factory models were black until 1926

 

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