- Manufacturer: Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan 1903-present
- Model: T
- Body Style: Tudor Sedan
- Cost New: $495
- Number Produced: 270,331
- Engine: L-head, four-cylinder, cast iron block; displacement: 176.7 cu. in.
- Transmission: Planetary
- Wheelbase: 100 in. O.L.
- Brakes: Contracting band in transmission; hand operated internal expanding in rear wheels; foot brake stops drive-shaft; parking brake on two rear wheels.
All cars came equipped with headlamps, horn, starter, and 21-inch demountable rims. In January 1926 optional 21-inch wire wheels became available.
This car was donated to the Seal Cove Auto Museum by Barbara MacQuinn in honor of her late husband, Ronald P. MacQuinn, who restored it in 1973.