Ford Model T / A ignition coil

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A Ford Model T ignition coil - how awesome is it that they used a dovetail wooden box to house this bad boy during the last century? Primarily used in a jump spark system, these were used on early Ford cars in the 1910's and 20's. This is the K-W coil I believe, there's a ton of different variations so I can't be sure exactly where it was made (Highland Park or Cleveland, Ohio) and one wooden panel is missing, exposing the condenser (basically a device used to store and/or absorb electrical charges. These were made of sheets of tin foil separated by paraffin-coated paper which was rolled up and jammed into the back of the box- you can see the layers if you look closely). If you had a bit of imagination, this could be turned into something awesome. If you had a Model T, this could be used for it original purpose. The choice is up to you! Measurements - 5"x3"x2" with brass contacts on sides and top, wooden box with magneto (soft iron core with copper wire wrapped around it, used to up voltage and allow a spark to ignite fuel in the cylinder) and condenser (explained above).


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Yes- I can't change the diameters, but I can make a wheel as wide or as narrow as you'd like.

If you'd like multiple wheels for a studio or a group of several individuals, I can usually work out a deal (or at the very least, a cheaper shipping rate). Just send me a message and let me know!

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I don't even wrap gifts I give to my family, so I really doubt you'll want me wrapping that precious gift to Aunt Millie.

Due to the nature of my business, I can not accept returns (unless I've grossly misrepresented something, then we can talk about it). Make sure you READ and UNDERSTAND the descriptions given, as well as closely examine the photos. This should help you decide how much love you should have for the product and yourself for helping support a small business and repurposing something once deemed "junk".

Yes! Just contact me before you purchase and I'll get an exact quote- USPS changes rates often, and I don't want to charge incorrectly.

The simple answer is this- you're going to be happy with any size you purchase. It really depends on what you're aiming to work on, and your height. In my experience, the wider wheels are better for balancing on top of (such as tree pose, mountain pose, or simply hammering out squats), where the 4" wheels are better for rolling out the back, as it fits in between the shoulder blades better. Smaller diameter wheels are better for folks who travel a lot (very portable), or are shorter, where as the larger diameter wheels are great for taller folks, or those who are really flexible. But realistically, any size will work for any person, so go for whatever you feel looks good!

Yes- I can't change the diameters, but I can make a wheel as wide or as narrow as you'd like.

If you'd like multiple wheels for a studio or a group of several individuals, I can usually work out a deal (or at the very least, a cheaper shipping rate). Just send me a message and let me know!

Yes- in the coming weeks we will be giving out codes to a couple of our Instagramers. Stay tuned!

I don't even wrap gifts I give to my family, so I really doubt you'll want me wrapping that precious gift to Aunt Millie.

Due to the nature of my business, I can not accept returns (unless I've grossly misrepresented something, then we can talk about it). Make sure you READ and UNDERSTAND the descriptions given, as well as closely examine the photos. This should help you decide how much love you should have for the product and yourself for helping support a small business and repurposing something once deemed "junk".



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