$100 cash and you have to pick it up by the end of the day this Saturday 4/26.
It has a 1926-1927 rear / drive train with a very early pinion bearing housing. It is a 26-27 frame which looks good but is missing the front fender support brackets (the little "ears"). The brackets were not "cut off" and the frame was not harmed. Whoever removed them removed the rivets, so replacement should be easy. The pan is rusted thru and you will likely discard it.
This is a great start for a cheap speedster, or would be great to do the "mock up" of a body on while you restore a chassis.
I'll take it. I will send you a PM to get contact info.
Found out it is too far for me to drive to get it. I am backing out.
As of this morning, it's still for sale.
I guess I should add that my EXACT location is Oconomowoc, WI which is between Madison and Milwaukee on I-94. I am pretty much dead center in the area that the News and Weather folks consider "Southeastern Wisconsin", but I guess some folks figure I meant the absolute most south and eastern most point in Wisconsin (Paul wasn't the only one)...
1+1/2 hours N & W from Chicago, IL
40 minutes E from Madison, WI
30 minutes W from Milwaukee, WI
2 hours S from Green Bay, WI
2+1/2 hours E from Dubuque, IA
4+1/4 hours S & E from St Paul, MN