A 1923 Model T Ford convertible skidded off the roadway and flipped over, killing a couple, police said Monday.
Ralph Cramer, 70, and his wife, 59-year-old Lynn, of Mount Joy, died of traumatic injuries in the wreck Sunday night.
Manheim Borough Police Chief Joseph Stauffer said the vehicle had been rebuilt or restored and contained new elements, possibly including a new engine, wheels and upholstery.
"You could tell it was an attempt to make it similar, but it still had unique characteristics," Stauffer said.
He said the Model T had seatbelts, but investigators have not determined whether they were worn. The top was down at the time of the crash.
Stauffer said there is evidence the vehicle started to skid at a slight left turn, then went off the road and hit an embankment near a barn before it went airborne and flipped over.